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Roadmap to the End of Days: Demystifying Biblical Eschatology To Explain The Past, The Secret To The Apocalypse And The End Of The World (Inspired Studies) Paperback – February 6, 2017
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As an introduction, Friedmann begins by defining specific terms, then contrasting and comparing events and setting a foundation for the in-depth study of the end of days and what it means. Friedmann offers his readers an opportunity to investigate and follow the patterns that have preceded throughout time and line them up with the patterns evidenced and proven through science. He states that certain actions will take place. He also states that some events are based on our personal interactions. He points to inevitabilities though the pathway to these inevitabilities are not without human interaction, while remaining true to certain inevitabilities occurring with or without human intervention.
The material in this book was easy to follow and the transitions were smooth and appropriate. I did not note any grammatical errors. The book was extremely well thought out and the critical analysis draws the reader to pursue further study. I like the fact that Friedmann added a chapter as a disclaimer. I believe it was necessary less some try to make a doctrine of the information presented. I believe Friedmann’s intention is to have readers draw their own conclusions. Preparation that was given to this material is evident.
Although the book is theoretical, I believe the information follows biblical principles and can be followed historically. The tables included in this book provide a clear picture of times and seasons and present support and guidance in following the material. These tables can be used as standalones as well and can be used as instructional tools. I appreciate this snapshot view of biblical history and the effort given to pulling this information together in this format.
I enjoyed this book. I give this book 5 out of 5 stars. I feel that Friedmann executed the material well. I believe Friedmann has a good grasp of the subject material. I believe that Friedmann’s information is compelling and thought-provoking. The intent of the book is to cause readers to look with an open mind at the sequence of events and see the similarities in what we face now and how the future possibilities can be viewed. I encourage everyone to add this book to their personal library for reference, and in particular, anyone interested in history and science could benefit greatly from the material written.
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It's extremely thought-provoking. Some of the claims will be hard to swallow for those who do not already buy into Jewish mysticism.
As a Christian reader, I found it an enriching read. Often Christians are literate in the Bible we have, which includes the Torah, but we are ignorant of the interpretations found in Jewish extra-Biblical writings (which are voluminous). Friedmann incorporates insights from these and in fact leans heavily on them for his interpretations.
Besides enriching, I found it a bit disorienting. Christians are used to reading the entire Bible - including the Torah - from a perspective that it is all leading up to Christ. Friedmann gives a sweeping overview of God's big plan for the universe, but leaves Christ completely out of it. It's like watching someone put together one of those 3-D wooden puzzles without including the middle piece around which the whole thing is built.
There are some helpful charts which summarize the book's view of the different epochs of history. I read the book on a Kindle, which I don't recommend. The charts do not translate well to a Kindle. There are also many endnotes and a good bibliography, which again are hard to navigate if you are using a Kindle. If you really want to chew up and digest this book, I recommend you buy a hard copy. I will be worth it.