From the Author
The purpose of this writing is to provide a unique study of economy, government, and religion in the last days. The theological perspective presented in each of the chapters is premillennial and pretribulational. It is the conviction of each of the authors that premillennialism and pretribulationism best explain God’s prophetic decrees from eternity past to eternity future. In recent times, much positive and negative writing has been published regarding Bible prophecy. One should not ignore the study or be ignorant concerning the subject of Bible prophecy. The issues in Bible prophecy are important because it is an aspect of the whole counsel of God’s Word. Furthermore, knowledge of coming events provides hope and perspective for the future. Bible prophecy can be both dramatic and sobering as the Christian realizes the urgency to prioritize responsibilities to live a diligent life, in peace, spotless and blameless in Christ. The authors pray this book will help the reader understand the Scriptures better and, as a result, will grow in godliness, wisdom, and love for the Lord Jesus Christ and the written Word of God.
About the Author
Ron J. Bigalke Jr. (B.S., Moody Bible Institute, M.Apol., Columbia Evangelical Seminary; M.A., Ph.D., Tyndale Theological Seminary) is an author, lecturer, former pastor, and founder/director of Eternal Ministries. Dr. Bigalke has also served as an extension studies adjunct instructor for Moody Bible Institute, and is Tyndale Theological Seminary liaison in Florida. He is a member of The Conference on Faith and History, Conservative Theological Society, Evangelical Philosophical Society, and Pre-Trib Research Center.