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Flashpoint – Thomas Sharp, Noah Hutchings, Jim Fletcher, Terry James, Jan Markell, John Morris, etc.

by G. Thomas Sharp
SKU: S1160

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Contributing Authors: Dr. G. Thomas Sharp, General Editor. Contributors: Todd Strandberg, David Hitt, Dr. Haskell Rycroft, Jeff Patty, Terry James, Jan Markell, Dr. Jeffery Seif, Jim Fletcher, Noah Hutchings, Dr. John Morris.

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Flashpoint

Contributing Authors: Dr. G. Thomas Sharp, General Editor. Contributors: Todd Strandberg, David Hitt, Dr. Haskell Rycroft, Jeff Patty, Terry James, Jan Markell, Dr. Jeffery Seif, Jim Fletcher, Noah Hutchings, Dr. John Morris.

This first-of-its-kind collection of what may seem to be disjointed essays, will bring the reader to a Biblical understanding that God had a plan from before time, and He has pro- vided His blueprint for us in His Word. As with any good story, if one does not get the beginning right, and understand the origins of the protagonist and antagonist, they will most likely get lost somewhere in the story. By the end of the book, they will be totally disoriented and disappointed. And thus, it is with the reality of our lives: there is a direct connection between the beginning of space, mass, and time, and the ending of the same.

Even people who disagree about worldview acknowledge that something is amiss in our world today. A convergence of circumstances is seemingly hurtling us toward civilization’s conclusion. Among the riveting topics our Flashpoint lineup of experts reveal are:

  • What role does the paranormal play in our culture?
  • What is the Emerging community emerging into?
  • How should we respond to the existence of Israel?
  • When will time cease to exist?
  • Is evolution a reasonable explanation for the existence of all things?
  • Is Bible prophecy a legitimate reality?
  • Could an ancient calendar predict the end of the world?
Paperback
241 pages