Revelation: an Apocalyptic Primer

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Christian Doctrine. Christian Life. Way more violent and follows the evil character more. In other words less Boulder and more Vegas in a 'Stand' sense. This is a story of a new Ice Age. It features a climatologists as the main character. He's a book smart sort and gets help from another scientist who specialises in Arctic Peoples and customs.

The story is told from the climatologist's perspective but it's the Arctic expert who steals the show.

It's very similar to the movie "The Day After Tomorrow". It has the same basic setting the same basic plot. It also features climate experts. The ending however is quite different. Well worth the time you'll spend reading it. This book is one of the bleakest most bleak? It's offered as the journal of boy who is seven years and seven days old as the book starts. He gets right into the meat of the story as well. The whole family is under the stairs with their dog a wolfhound my personal favorite dog breed because the bombs have fallen.

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Over the course of the story there are more bomb detonations which Niall describes as 'shakes'. Little by little his situation worsens. They deal with hunger them and the dog , cabin fever from being sequestered in the closet under the stairs for weeks on end, and roaming scavengers looking for food. The ending stayed with me a very long time. If you haven't read it yet find it and do so. I don't know what caused the end in this book.

I do know however that it centers on a very special type of ranch. In this brave new world they have thought of some pretty interesting plans to outwit hunger. And also forged some new and interesting social classes. Cannibal Cowboys? Gives a whole new meaning to cattle drive and rodeo. It'll take a strong stomach to make it through this one.

Also a sequel that picks up the action right where this book ends and ties up all the loose ends. I'd have not even found this one of not for my mother-in-law.


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She's a teacher too. Or was before she retired. Anyhow one day she told me about this book she used to use when she taught an archeology unit. The point of the specific lesson was how sometimes professional archaeologists have to take a guess about the purpose and function of some of the things they find. How sometimes they can be wrong. Perhaps mostly wrong and never even knowing.

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The deal with Motel of the Mysteries is that it's in the future. The world as we know it now ended because it got buried in its own trash. A future archaeologist stumbles upon a vast complex that has been untouched since the time of the great cataclysm. The descriptions of the items paired with the uses of them is pretty fantastic. The 'Altar of Worship' to me anyhow is the best one. But trust me they are all really great in their own right. This is the story of Miranda.

She's an ordinary high school girl. Like many girls she keeps a journal.

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This book reads as her journal. All is great with her world until an asteroid is predicted to hit the moon. She is not worried about it though. In fact she is, at first, irritated by it. Her teachers use the looming disaster as an excuse to pile on the homework with not one, not two, but three essays about the moon. May 18th The moon is hit.

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Miranda and her family are outside reveling in the street in a party-like atmosphere. All is fun and games. The asteroid hits the moon so hard that its orbit moves much closer to the Earth. When the partiers notice this panic sets in. Now we all know the moon's gravity is what causes tides. So the first sign that all is not right is when coastal areas get flooded.

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After the flooding there are massive storms and earthquakes. Just when you think they can finally settle in for simple survival, volcanoes begin erupting bringing on an ice age. I think this book is best described as being a zombie novel. In a move that is reminiscent of 'Night of the Comet' and also 'Maximum Overdrive' the earth is bathed in strange space radiation. The effect is that everyone who's dead gets up. Like all living dead they hate the living and immediately turn and kill. Due to the space radiation the skin of the newly dead sluffs off and the skeleton rises.

Philip Gordon Ziegler. N2 - This clear and comprehensive introduction to apocalyptic theology demonstrates the significance of apocalyptic readings of the New Testament for systematic theology and highlights the ethical implications of the apocalyptic turn in biblical and theological studies. Written by a leading theologian and proponent of apocalyptic theology, this primer explores the impact of important recent Pauline scholarship on contemporary theology and argues for a renewed understanding of key Christian doctrines, including sin, grace, revelation, redemption, and the Christian life.

AB - This clear and comprehensive introduction to apocalyptic theology demonstrates the significance of apocalyptic readings of the New Testament for systematic theology and highlights the ethical implications of the apocalyptic turn in biblical and theological studies.

Abstract This clear and comprehensive introduction to apocalyptic theology demonstrates the significance of apocalyptic readings of the New Testament for systematic theology and highlights the ethical implications of the apocalyptic turn in biblical and theological studies.