As the millennium draws near, only a handful of books on Bible prophecy will approach the clarity and scope of this one. Three Worlds in Conflict satisfies the growing curiosity of both Christians and non-Christians about God's vision for the future by simply yet fully explaining the facts and philosophy of scriptural prophecy. Unlike many titles, this book presents the whole range of Bible prophecy in chronological form, not just bits and pieces. And the style is contemporary and approachable, unfolding the whys, whats, and whens of God's plan for His world with more twists and turns than a bestselling novel.
About the Author
Stanley A. Ellison served most of his years as a devoted student of Scripture. He attended Moody Bible Institute and Westmont College and received an M.Div. and Th.M. from Western Seminary and a Th.D. from Dallas Theological Seminary. His ministry included church planting, pastoring, and teaching at Western Seminary as professor of biblical literature and chairman of the division of biblical studies. He was also a conference speaker.