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Endgame by Chad McCoy


Endgame by Chad McCoy

Exploding onto the eschatalogical scene with a deafening roar, Endgame shatters the status quo with respect to endtime Bible prophecy, detonating centuries' worth of assumption and subjective fact. By providing the Bible space to interpret itself, the key which unlocks the mysteries of Revelation is revealed to have been within the possession of mankind all along, hidden for millennia in plain sight. Although Man has long preferred to lean upon his own understanding, the logic of mortals is not equal to the task of assembling the pieces of a Divinely-constructed image, a fact which accounts for the numerous conflicting views and failed predictions of establishment experts. The true account has been set down in God's own hand, scattered throughout His Word which the prophets were inspired to utter, and which holy men of old were moved to record. Includes a bonus Tribulation Survival Guide

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Publication date

5th March 2005


Chad McCoy

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475 pages


Biblical studies & exegesis



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