Greg S. Baker was born in 1975 to a Christian couple. Raised in church all his life, he came to accept Jesus as his Saviour and attended Hyles-Anderson College, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in Pastoral Theology. He was the pastor of an independent Baptist church in northern Colorado for 13 years.
His writing passion pervades nearly every aspect of his life. As a child, he was an avid reader and fell in love with words and their ability to stir the imagination and convey ideas. While in high school, he attempted and completed his first novel only to see it rejected. Despite this setback, he turned his writing skills towards more productive means. It became a tool by which he conveyed his passion for his God and Saviour to the world around him. As a pastor, he used his love for writing to bring to others his nearly twenty years of experience in the ministry, counseling marriages, and healing relationships.
He now resides in Arizona and is continuing his writing ministry alongside his church ministries. He is married to the love of his life, Liberty, and has four incredible boys who alternately remind him of the excitement of youth and the inevitability of the passage of time. He loves playing sports and chess and tinkering around with computers.
He has turned his writing talents into a full-time ministry in the hope that he can honor Jesus Christ far beyond his earthly life. “Life is relationships,” he once explained. “It’s not your things, your possessions, or your money that make life valuable and important. It is your relationships. It is why I do what I do.”
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The Great Tribulation And The Day of the Lord: Reconciling the Premillennial Approach to Revelation
By Greg Baker
Published: January 3, 2014.
There are so many different approaches to the book of Revelation, and even within similar camps, there are disagreements over certain Scriptures. This book attempts to reconcile the Premillennial approach to Revelation by redefining certain terms biblically that have long been traditionally defined incorrectly. These wrong definitions are the main cause of most of the conflict.
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