This is one of the best book reviews of my novel series Chronicles of the Apocalypse.
The reason is because the reviewer, Jerry Bower, is both responsibly knowledgeable on the material AND read all the books.
PLEASE note, that the podcast link at the bottom of the page is even better than the review and one of the BEST interviews on the series ever. We talk about the historical event of the fall of Jerusalem in AD 70, Josephus, the origin of the book of Revelation, 666, various interpretations of the end times and how they fail, false prophets of today, but also the supernatural dimension of the unseen realm as described by scholar Michael S. Heiser. I explain how I incorporate Heiser’s divine council and Watcher paradigm and how it fits into Revelation in the first century.
(And don’t forget to click the link at the bottom of the review to listen to the podcast)
If you want to go straight to the podcast online to listen, click here.
4 comments on “The Last Days of God’s Temple, AD 70: Great review of Chronicles of the Apocalypse. Even better podcast interview.”
There’s a movement that’s trying to rebuild the temple in Jerusalem. Some Christians support it because they believe a third temple is necessary for the Second Coming to occur. What do you think?
This is what I believe:
I think Hank Hangegraff has also done a novel series on Revelation from a partial preterist view -the Last Disciple series. Not sure if you have heard of it? Still I prefer your take on Revelation.
Yeah. I have not read his series.