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Tribulation Force

Author: Tim LaHaye
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
ISBN: 9781414341217
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When the Antichrist takes over the world, Rayford, Buck, Bruce, and Chloe form the Tribulation Force to try and stop the war, famine, plagues, and disasters that are killing millions of people.

Tribulation Force

Author: Tim F. LaHaye
Publisher: Tyndale House Pub
ISBN: 9781414334912
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Four Christians left behind after The Rapture join forces to create the Tribulation Force, fighting the enemies of God left on Earth after three-quarters of the world's population has perished amid disease and natural disaster.

Tribulation Force

Author: Brian Augustyn
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780842357593
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Created by a leader in the graphic novel market, this new format for Christian product continues the "Left Behind" adventures with "Tribulation Force."

Tribulation Force

Author: Tim F. LaHaye
Publisher: Tyndale House Pub
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Four Christians left behind after The Rapture join forces to create the Tribulation Force, fighting the enemies of God left on Earth after three-quarters of the world's population has perished amid disease and natural disaster.

Tribulation Force The Continuing Drama Of Those Left Behind

Author: Tim & Jenkins LaHaye (Jerry B.)
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780842329217
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Rayford Steele, Buck Williams, Bruce Barnes & Chloe Steele band together to form the tribulation force. Their task is clear and their goal is nothing less than to stand and fight the enemies of God.

Devoted Frauen In Der Evangelikalen Popul Rkultur Der Usa

Author: Monika Sauter
Publisher: transcript Verlag
ISBN: 3839438942
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Die US-amerikanische evangelikale Populärkultur der Gegenwart macht Mädchen und Frauen vielfach verlockende Konsum- und Identitätsangebote. Am Beispiel von Keuschheitskultur, christlicher chick und sistah lit, Ratgebern für »gottgefällige« Selbstoptimierung und Aufrufen zum politischen Aktivismus zeigt Monika Sauter: Am Schnittpunkt von Religion, Konsum und Kapitalismus, hegemonialer Familienideologie, konservativer Politik und zivilreligiösem Patriotismus erweisen sich die Affektökonomien der Konstruktionen von Weiblichkeit als kulturell sehr wirkmächtig.

Will Catholics Be Left Behind

Author: Carl Olson
Publisher: Ignatius Press
ISBN: 1681496305
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This powerful and timely book, written by a former Fundamentalist, is a thorough critique of the popular Fundamentalist notion of the “Rapture”—the belief that Christians will be removed from earth prior to a time of Tribulation and the Second Coming. It examines the theological, historical, and Biblical basis for “premillennial dispensationalism”, the belief system based around the Rapture, and popularized in the best-selling Left Behind books and taught by “Bible prophecy” writers Tim LaHaye, Hal Lindsey, Jack Van Impe, and many others. Written for both the lay person and the serious student, this book combines an engaging, popular approach with detailed footnotes and exhaustive research. Beginning with the big picture, it focuses first on key concepts such as eschatology, the Parousia, and the relationship between the Kingdom and the Church. It then examines the Book of Revelation, providing insights into the nature and purpose of that difficult, final book of the Bible. Another chapter looks at the concept of the “millennium” and how it has been understood by various Christians over the centuries. Olson then shows how Left Behind creator LaHaye’s many works on “Bible prophecy” are filled with attacks on Catholicism, and often rely on sensationalism, shaky scholarship, and subjective interpretations of Scripture Olson, a former dispensationalist who now edits Envoy magazine, also presents a history of apocalyptic belief and theology, beginning with the Early Church Fathers and including the Montanists, St. Augustine, Joachim of Fiore, the Protestant Reformers, and the American Puritans. He shows how John Nelson Darby, an ex-Anglican priest, developed the premillennial dispensationalist system, which hinges on the Rapture, in the 1830s and how Darby relied upon faulty assumptions about Jesus Christ, the Church, and the Bible. The second part of the book, “A Catholic Critique of Dispensationalism,” focuses on three important topics: the relationship between Israel, the Church, and the Kingdom; the interpretation of Scripture; and the nature of the Rapture event. Filled with a wealth of information drawn from both Protestant and Catholic sources, this section provides a complete rebuttal to the premillennial dispensationalist system and the “left behind” theology. The book concludes with a reflection on the Catholic understanding of the end times, salvation history, and the final judgement. Glossaries of key persons and terms are also included. A strong, but fair, critique of a dangerous and popular belief, Will Catholics Be “Left Behind”? provides Catholics and Protestants, lay people and clergy, and students and scholars with important answers and information about the roots and meaning of the “Rapture”.

Babylon Under Western Eyes

Author: Andrew Scheil
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 1442637331
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Babylon under Western Eyes examines the mythic legacy of ancient Babylon, the Near Eastern city which has served western culture as a metaphor for power, luxury, and exotic magnificence for more than two thousand years. Sifting through the many references to Babylon in biblical, classical, medieval, and modern texts, Andrew Scheil uses Babylon's remarkable literary ubiquity as the foundation for a thorough analysis of the dynamics of adaptation and allusion in western literature. Touching on everything from Old English poetry to the contemporary apocalyptic fiction of the "Left Behind" series, Scheil outlines how medieval Christian society and its cultural successors have adopted Babylon as a political metaphor, a degenerate archetype, and a place associated with the sublime. Combining remarkable erudition with a clear and accessible style, Babylon under Western Eyes is the first comprehensive examination of Babylon's significance within the pantheon of western literature and a testimonial to the continuing influence of biblical, classical, and medieval paradigms in modern culture.