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Last Days Madness: Obsession of the Modern Church Paperback – September, 1999
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About the Author
Gary DeMar grew up in the suburbs of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He is a graduate of Western Michigan University (1973) and earned his M.Div. at Reformed Theological Seminary in 1979. He has lived in the Atlanta area since 1979 with his wife Carol. They have two grown sons. Gary and Carol are members of Midway Presbyterian Church (PCA).
A prolific writer, Gary has authored over twenty books covering a full range of topics: The three-volume God and Government series (1982-86), Ruler of the Nations (1987, 2002), The Reduction of Christianity (1988), Surviving College Successfully (1988), Something Greater Is Here (1988), Youve Heard It Said (1991), Americas Christian History: The Untold Story (1993), War of the Worldviews (1994), Last Days Madness (4th ed., 1999), Is Jesus Coming Soon? (1999), Thinking Straight in a Crooked World (2001), End Times Fiction: A Biblical Consideration of the Left Behind Theology (2001), The Changing Face of Islam in History and Prophecy (2002), and Americas Heritage (2002). He is also the general editor and co-author of A New World in View (1996) and Reformation to Colonization (1997), the first two volumes in the To Pledge Allegiance history textbook series.
Gary has been interviewed by Time magazine, CNN, MSNBC, FOX, the BBC, and Sean Hannity. He has done numerous radio and television interviews, including the "Bible Answer Man," hosted by Hank Hanegraaff. Newspaper interviews with Gary have also appeared in the Washington Times, Toledo (Ohio) Blade, the Sacramento Bee, the Atlanta Journal/Constitution, and the Chicago Tribune.
American Vision also publishes The Biblical Worldview, a monthly magazine edited by Gary.
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preterism. That is why Gary DeMar mentions Before Jerusalem Fell, Gentry 's book because the pre A.D. 70 evidence is very strong! Happy reading everyone!
First, I mention that there is one flaw with the book, and that is that after having so well proven what the scripture says about Christ's coming in judgement, DeMar still thinks that the Second Coming is a yet separate and future coming of Christ. Yet his book is one of the best in proving that all the "coming" prophecies are fulfilled and that the coming in judgement is the same as the Second Coming. DeMar fails to realize that he proved full preterism in his book.
That being said, the issue at stake concerning preterism vs. futurism is the very integrity of God and His Word. DeMar thoroughly puts his readers before the bar to confess that either yes, the Bible is fully inerrant and therefore Christ has come in 70 AD just as the prophecies clearly stated; or no, the Bible is not fully inerrant and therefore it, and God, cannot be trusted completely; Jesus and the apostles, though led by the Spirit, were wrong. A non-preterist must ultimately believe that Jesus, the Spirit, the apostles, and the Bible is wrong in order to continue in a non-preterist position.
To be a futurist, one must remove the integrity and trustworthiness of God and His Spirit, Jesus, the apostles, and the Word itself from his/her hermeneutical approach. This is a book that I believe is so important in facing ourselves honestly concerning our view of God and His Word, that I give this book to people if they are interested.
No person who claims not to be afraid of having to change their mind about certain issues should be afraid of reading this book. If you are a premillennialist, amillennialist, or dispensationalist, you must get past this book, with its solid and consistent biblical proof, in order to continue believing the myths of the "left behind" theology.