We see that evidence is accumulating that the current, global civilization we enjoy is rapidly moving toward a crisis of expensive resources, water security and potential military conflict centered in the Middle East.
MELBOURNE, Australia (PRWEB) October 23, 2015
For centuries, people have predicted the “end times.” But is it time to really consider the implications of these crises for our civilization?
Ian Foley’s new book, The Time is Near: Volume 1, focuses on the end-time picture communicated through the book of Daniel and the words of Jesus. Foley also examines on the idea that the decline and collapse of civilization reflects the historic pattern in the rise and fall of four great ancient empires.
Like an unfolding detective story, Foley says God’s drama is revealed piece by piece in the book of Daniel, so that we gradually come to see the full picture and the solution to the mystery when we reach the final chapter.
Foley’s research reveals why there is so much confusion and inaccuracy with our end-time theologies and suggests a new revelation that is clearer and less ambiguous. Combined with the research Foley has done for a second volume of “The Time is Near,” the integration of the books of Daniel and Revelation become a single, unambiguous message.
“We see that evidence is accumulating that the current, global civilization we enjoy is rapidly moving toward a crisis of expensive resources, water security and potential military conflict centered in the Middle East,” Foley said. “The Bible suggests that God anticipated the situation we see today as an inevitable outcome of our selfishness and greed.”
The Time is Near
By: Ian Foley, PhD
Available at Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.
About the author
Ian Foley is the senior pastor of Hope Christian Church, Melbourne, a multi-site church of several hundred people belonging to Hope International Ministries. He holds a PhD in physics from Melbourne University and has had mostly an academic career.
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