Agents of the Apocalypse

Author: Dr. David Jeremiah
Published By: Tyndale House Publishers
Date Published: October 7th 2014 (first published January 1st 2014)
Genre: Christian Non-fiction, Prophecy
Pages: 283
Recommended Age: Adult
Read and Reviewed By: Me
Rating: A/5

I have this book in my personal collection

In Agents of the Apocalypse, Dr. David Jeremiah breaks down the book of Revelation speaking about the 144,000 that are sealed by God; the two witnesses; the dragon; the beasts from the sea and from the earth; and the coming Judgment of God.

My Thoughts:
I truly enjoyed this book.  Dr. Jeremiah broke down chapters of Revelation into something that could be understood by everyone. Each chapter of this book was structured into a Fiction/Non-Fiction set-up. He first tells a fictionalized story from a section of Revelation so readers can picture what Revelation is trying to tell us about the coming days; the stories bring Revelation alive for the reader. Then there is a section after the story titled "scripture behind the story" to explain where the fictionalized story is drawn from. No one knows exactly how the last days and the Great Tribulation period will play out or who the anti-Christ will be, but the fictionalized stories help dumb-down the book of Revelation for people to understand the book of Revelation.

Agents of the Apocalypse is a good book to help you understand the book of Revelation. I recommend it to everyone, even non-believers so they can understand what believers believe about the Rapture, the Tribulation period, and our Lord Jesus' second coming.

Language: None
Adult Content: speaks heavily on the Great Tribulation period to come.
Violence: None


No comments:

Post a Comment