By Thomas A. Howe,Norman Geisler
In his booklet The Apocalypse Code, Hank Hanegraaff pronounces that his target is to "put hermeneutical instruments into your fingers for you to draw from Scripture what God intends you to appreciate instead of uncritically accepting end-time types that can good be overseas to the text." it'd be super necessary for somebody to equip readers so as to make their manner during the maze of views.
What the Bible particularly Says? is a point-by-point research of the arguments of Hank Hanegraaff pertaining to end-times prophecy. This booklet isn't an attempt to advertise one eschatological viewpoint over one other. quite it truly is an research of Hanegraaff's arguments and claims to be able to detect even if he has succeeded in placing hermeneutical instruments into the palms of his readers, or even if he has easily further his voice and his reviews to the cacophony of claims and counterclaims.
Thomas A. Howe is Professor of Bible and Biblical Languages at Southern Evangelical Seminary in Charlotte, North Carolina, the place he additionally directs the PhD software. He and his spouse, Pat, were married for over thirty years. they've got 3 little ones and 6 grandchildren. Dr. Howe has released quite a few articles and a number of other books, together with Objectivity in Biblical Interpretation and the massive publication of Bible problems (with Norman L. Geisler).
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What the Bible Really Says?: Breaking the Apocalypse Code by Thomas A. Howe,Norman Geisler