Taking on the mainstream view is important in order to help readers understand that the tribulation and the end of the age are near and relevant to everyone.
Bradenton, FL (PRWEB) October 07, 2013
Paul Kalbach silences the debate surrounding the Bible’s portrayal of the rapture in his new book, “The Sign of the End of the Age: What Jesus Taught About the Future in Matthew 24.”
In the book, Kalbach outlines end of age prophecy given in the Olivet Discourse in Matthew 24. Instead of focusing topically on the rapture and other events, Kalbach analyzes the chapter line-by-line, allowing readers to develop their views as the book progresses.
“A systematic look at every word in the discourse is the only way to truly comprehend what the Bible says,” Kalbach said.
Kalbach supplements his analysis of the discourse with etymological research on the Greek meaning of translated words as well as biblical research on the context. The end result is a book that supports the pre-wrath view of the rapture, while disproving the popular pre-tribulation perspective.
“My goal is that readers understand just what the Lord was teaching on the end times,” Kalbach said. “Taking on the mainstream view is important in order to help readers understand that the tribulation and the end of the age are near and relevant to everyone.”
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“The Sign of the End of the Age: What Jesus Taught About the Future in Matthew 24”
By Paul Kalbach
Available in softcover, hardcover, eBook
About the author
Paul Kalbach earned a degree in mathematics from Michigan State and has worked in the computer technology industry his entire career. He is currently vice president for business development and co-founder of AvantLink.com, a major affiliate network company in Park City, Utah. He and his wife, Sharon, live in Bradenton, Florida.