The Last Disciple

The Last Disciple

Book - 2004
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What if the Antichrist has already been revealed? The first book in a gripping new series by best-selling authors Sigmund Brouwer and Hank Hanegraaff explores the lives of Christians who struggle to survive and spread the Gospel during the climactic turbulence of "the last days." With the enemy seeking to decipher the code of John's letter, Revelation, and destroy the church, believers must cling to the hope Revelation provides as they face the greatest of all persecutions. A spellbinding story of faith and fulfillment of prophecy. Discover the "code" of Revelation as you begin to see it through the eyes of the persecuted believers to whom it was written.
Publisher: Wheaton, Ill. : Tyndale House, 2004.
ISBN: 9780842384377
Characteristics: p. ; cm.
Subjects: Bible. Revelation XIII -- History of Biblical events -- Fiction.
Church history -- Primitive and early church, ca. 30-600 -- Fiction.
End of the world -- Fiction.
Rome -- History -- Nero, 54-68 -- Fiction.
Religious fiction.
Additional Contributors: Brouwer, Sigmund 1959-


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This book is an interesting take on the book of Revelation. I think it's fun and done pretty well. Sometimes the story gets slow, and it definitely ends with another book needing to follow, but it very interesting. Based I think on actual history, this story starts 10 months into the tribulation and goes from there. Nero is Emperor and is a menace and in real life I believe this is true. This book follows the belief that the prophecy of the revelation has actually already happened. I liked it enough. I am interested in reading the next book, I think that is a plus.


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