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In view of the highly volatile discussions leading up to and in this New Year of 2009, in the year of our Lord, the “end times” of this world, especially the highly promoted week-long series this week on the History Channel about the Apocalypse with interviews and scenario speculations by the TV channel and some popular pre-tribulation dispensational Christian book authors, some perspective regarding this subject is in order. Therefore we bring you the president of American Vision (Atlanta, GA) Gary DeMar’s essay: “Is it Time for Doomsday or for Building a City on a Hill?” This organization supports and endorses the viewpoints of Mr. DeMar fully and suggests readers and TV viewers take his analysis to heart. Nordskog Publishing also recommends three books on this subject for further study by all those interested in the Book of Revelation and the end times prophetic Biblical revelation from our Lord. - the Publisher
Gary Demar

Is it Time for Doomsday
or for Building a City on a Hill?

by Gary DeMar

“Apocalyptic thinking is in the air,” so said University of Connecticut psychologist Kenneth Ring in 1990. But long before 1990 speculation about the apocalypse was common, but it wasn’t until 1970 that the topic entered best-seller status and became part of everyday conversation. The 1967 Arab-Israeli Six-Day War focused attention on the Middle East as an apocalyptic hot spot, and prophecy writers began to take advantage of the emerging crisis as sales of prophetic books skyrocketed. “The single best-selling nonfiction book of the 1970s was not The Joy of Sex or even The Joy of Cooking; it was Hal Lindsey’s The Late Great Planet Earth.”2 It was declared by the New York Times to be the “no. 1 non-fiction bestseller of the decade.”3 Estimates put sales at more than 15 million copies before the close of the decade. Since then, it has sold more than 28 million copies worldwide and remains in print today as evidence of Bible prophecy’s staying power even in light of its shop-worn predictions.4 “As Lindsey says himself, ‘The future is big business.’”5

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A Whole New World: The Gospel According to RevelationA Whole New World
The Gospel According to Revelation
by Greg Uttinger
If you want to read about end-time catastrophes, this booklet will disappoint you. But if you would like to know more about the glorious Gospel of Jesus Christ and the riches of our inheritance in Him, read on. You may be pleasantly surprised. (This book is published: by Nordskog Publishing. Our most popular “primer” on the End Times!)
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Special Discount Price $7.50

Last Days Madness: Obsession of the Modern ChurchLast Days Madness: Obsession of the Modern Church
By Gary DeMar
The end is here...again. At every calendar milestone, self-proclaimed modern-day "prophets" arise to stir up a furor rivaled only by the impending apocalypse they predict. This doom-and-gloom prognostication is not only spread by a few fanatics, but millions of Christians, including some of the most recognized names in mainstream Christianity who are caught up in the latest "last days" frenzy.

List Price; $20.00
Special Discount Price $15.00

Building Godly NationsBuilding Godly Nations
Lessons from the Bible and America’s Christian History
by Stephen K. McDowell
This book examines the mandate for building Godly nations, lessons from America’s Christian history, and how to apply Biblical principles to governing the nations. Chapters include: Fulfilling the Cultural Mandate; Separation of Church and State; The Role of Women in History; The Changing Nature of Law in America; The Bible, Slavery, and America’s Founders; Biblical Principles of Business; Education and the Kingdom of God.

List Price; $16.00
Special Discount Price $12.00

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