MILWAUKEE (PRWEB) April 25, 2012
There are many who question the existence of God, but in The Revelation and the History of Christendom, author Victor McGowan relays how the proof of God’s existence is shown in
the last book of the Bible – Revelation. Through historical data, he provides evidence of how the prophecies from Revelation have been fulfilled during the last 1,900 years of Christian History.
McGowan searched history and gained insight from other authors in order to understand the meaning of Revelation. In this incisive, thought-provoking book, he examines the following symbols:
a.) the messages of the seven churches;
b.) the scroll with the seven seals;
c.) the seventh seal of the seven trumpets; and
d.) the seventh trumpet of the seven vials.
The Revelation of the History of Christendom matches the sequential order of great events affecting Christianity with the sequential order of prophecy. This explanation of Revelation challenges the skeptical mind with the historic events anticipated by the metaphors and symbols of the prophecy. Finally, Mcgowan has come up with a clear, logical alignment of historical and revelatory spheres to give sanity back to the chaos of rumors and fears surrounding the book of Revelations. Readers (even the hardcore skeptics) need only to connect both to God’s omniscience and Mcgowan’s scholarship to realize the reality of God’s prophecy.
This book will be featured at the 2012 Michigan Reading Association Book Exhibit in Grand Rapids, Mich. on March 9-11, 2012 and at the 2012 Pennsylvania School Library Association Book Exhibit in Hershey, Pa. on April 12-14, 2012.
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About the Author
Victor Mcgowan was an atheist until age thirty-seven, when he accepted the advice of a friend to seek God. He has earned two university degrees and currently lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
The Revelation And The History of Christendom * by Victor Mcgowan
Prophecy Fulfilled to the End of Our Time
Publication Date: May 25, 2011
eBook; $9.99; 978-1-4628-6205-4
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