Armageddon For Beginners

Rated 4.86/5 based on 29 reviews
Time Travel, the destruction of America, a coming dictator, and a detailed countdown to the end of the world. It's all here, and more.
Journalist and writer, David Mckay, takes readers on a journey through some of the most startling predictions in the Bible.
This should be required reading for anyone who is interested in finding out where human history is taking us. More
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catandmouse reviewed on on March 11, 2015

The "here is wisdom" chapter was fantastic. I'd always kinda wondered about that "here is the mind with wisdom" verse thinking it was some unsolvable mystery but your explanation makes sense. Thanks for sharing.
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Lucy Brown reviewed on on Aug. 26, 2014

Not just a load of head knowledge in this one. Gets you thinking from the very start and doesn't let up!
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Chris Fell reviewed on on Aug. 3, 2014

Having read Survivors, I have now read this one and it helps explain a lot of the things mentioned in Survivors. The author has made Bible prophecy interesting and easy to understand. Very different to other material out there!
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MaureenBonny reviewed on on May 27, 2014

Five star reading from start to finish!
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BFHardy reviewed on on May 24, 2014

Wow, I read the book the same day (and night!) that someone gave me. Spot on stuff! Keep up the good work!
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el moscar reviewed on on May 12, 2014

Answered a lot of questions I had. Cheers!
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HarmonicTonic reviewed on on May 12, 2014

This is a really good book. If you want to read some stimulating and thought provoking thoughts on Bible prophecy, then look no further.

Warning: If you expect this book to be a science fiction parody, you may be disappointed :)
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GregorianChant reviewed on on May 12, 2014

Clear, concise, compelling reading. Thank you.
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JodiD reviewed on on Jan. 28, 2014

Oh dear. Based on the cover and the blurb, I thought this was a a parody sci-fi. Particularly with a title like Armageddon for Beginners, how could that not be a parody? Took me a few chapters to realize that the author isn't writing a parody. Not to mention there is some terrible formatting and editing. For example, the author writes "The strongest support for this theory comes from the fact that the Latin title for his role as “Vicar of Christ” is one that adds up to 666 according to the formula described on pages 147-148." But the PDF version only has 111 pages. I guess it is referring to the print page count in a different format?
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john chucks VIII reviewed on on Oct. 27, 2013

I've been interested in the Mark of the Beast prophecy for quite some time so I'm usually looking for information about it I found your interpretation to be quite interesting and refreshingly new from many other interpretations I've seen.

I'll take a look at your other work, too.
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