In this refreshingly clear treatment of the pre-millennial position, Mark Hitchcock and Thomas Ice have done the Christian church a great service. They have provided a fair and historical evaluation of this biblical doctrine helping us see clearly its development and significance. In the face of unfounded attacks, these men provide a balanced hermeneutic that honors the integrity of scripture. I was challenged, strengthened, and edified reading this book and, what's more, it kindled a new excitement in the soon return of our great Christ. --Skip Heitzig Senior Pastor Calvary Chapel Albuquerque, NM
The impact of the book The Apocalypse Code has been far-reaching and disturbing to many Bible-believing people who have had a keen interest in Bible prophecy and end-time events. Dr. Mark Hitchcock and Dr. Tomas Ice have rendered a most valuable assistance to those who are looking for an answer to the book's preterist position. The attitude and statements of the book regarding the nation of Israel and its part in God's prophetic plans for the future are indeed disturbing and one wonders whether the author has truly understood the 2,566 references to Israel in the Bible! God has not rejected His people Israel of canceled His everlasting covenant to them! The apostle Paul has made it abundantly clear in the book of Romans that a partial blindness is upon Israel that will one day be removed! May God use this book to open the eyes of God's people to the truths of the Bible, and to expose the fallacies and arguments of The Apocalypse Code! --Dr. David Hocking Radio Bible Teacher Hope For Today Radio Broadcast
This is an excellent point-by-point critique of the fallacious claims in Hank Hanegraaff's preterist interpretations of end times events, revealing its ungrounded and unbiblical conclusions. It exposes his dangerous method of interpretation that, if applied to essential doctrines of the Scripture, it would undermine the historic Christian faith --Norman L. Geisler Co-founder and Dean of Southern Evangelical Seminary
About the Author
Dr. Mark Hitchcock. After serving as an attorney in the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals, Dr. Hitchcock began serving as the senior pastor of Faith Bible Church in Edmond, Oklahoma in 1991. Dr. Hitchcock earned his Master's and Doctorate degree from Dallas Theological Seminary, and has since authored over 15 books on Bible prophecy. He lives with his wife, Cheryl, and their two sons, Justin and Samuel, in Oklahoma. Dr. Thomas Ice. Thomas Ice is executive director of The Pre-Trib Research Center located on the campus of Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA. He also teaches Bible and Theology at the University and Seminary. He is a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary.