Louisville, KY (PRWEB) August 21, 2013
In “The Second Coming of Jesus - Think Again: A Call to Biblical Theology” (published by Trafford Publishing), William H. Hogue’s new book, readers are introduced to a unique interpretation of the story of the Second Coming of Jesus.
“The Second Coming of Jesus - Think Again” suggests that the Second Coming of Jesus happened in 72 A.D. According to Hogue, this means that Jesus is not coming again to rapture the church, as many people believe. He cites passages from the Bible to support his thesis, focusing on Daniel’s prophecies and supplying three witnesses of the second coming.
An excerpt from “The Second Coming of Jesus - Think Again”:
“Consider that, during Christ’s generation, God determined to save only 144,000 people to receive eternal life and inherit the kingdom. Consider also that those 144,000 were Israelites only. These things being true, upon what kind of logic should today’s churches be teaching that the Great Commission is still in effect these nearly two thousand years later? Are we to believe that it takes God and His church two thousand or more years of dedicated, Holy-Spirit-led and -empowered evangelism to round up a mere 144,000 elect saints?!?”
Hogue believes readers will find hope, justice, love and salvation in “The Second Coming of Jesus - Think Again.” “If all men understood the Bible and God’s loving message to them, it would not be long before the devil would have to go and hide from them, and human beings would become much more friendly, loving, kind, learned and helpful to one another,” he says.
About the Author
William H. Hogue has been an avid student of the Bible since 13. He holds a bachelor’s degree in English and humanities and a master’s degree in teaching. Hogue and his wife, four children and eight grandchildren live in and around Louisville, Ky.
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