It's the End of the World as We Know It
- Publisher Fletcher looks at how relevant and true Bible prophecy is, thereby removing the disconnect between it and the everyday lives of people living in American popular culture.
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About "It's the End of the World as We Know It"
Jim Fletcher admits to fascination when it comes to what people think about the end of the world. Will it come in a cataclysm? In an inferno? Will it come at all? Is Al Gore right, will we melt like slumbering snowmen? Or are we truly running to a place of bliss? Is there a hell? Is God real? Does He look like Charlton Heston? ^ The realm of Bible prophecy fascinates millions of people, yet today there is a disconnect between true Bible prophecy and the everyday lives of people living in the real world. Jim Fletcher fills that void with a look at just how relevant (and true) Bible prophecy really is. Writing in a style that brings to mind authors such as Donald Miller and Rob Bell, Fletcher walks readers through the opinions of people from the famous to the obscure and then takes them back to what the Bible says to show us that there really is nothing to fear.
Fletcher looks at how relevant and true Bible prophecy is, thereby removing the disconnect between it and the everyday lives of people living in American popular culture.
Meet the Author
Jim Fletcher has a BA in Journalism from College of the Ozarks, and spent six years as a small-town newspaper editor. From 1993 to 2007, he served as senior editor for New Leaf Publishing Group. He is also a member of the executive committee of the National Christian Leadership Conference for Israel (NCLCI). He and his wife, Dianna, live with their four children in the Ozark Mountains of northwest Arkansas.