Nelson has meticulously researched end time prophesy and makes a compelling case that much of what the Bible has foretold has been unfolding in recent years. The author does a great job of sprinkling humor into a topic that can be dry and sobering. As historical characters interact with our contemporary world, it's pretty amusing. The theme of a court case offers a unique way to examine evidence on the varying positions of end time scholars and when the rapture will occur. Even if you don't agree with the conclusions drawn, readers will have a greater understanding of the topic.
The book has great visual appeal with Scripture passages written on scrolls throughout the book. At the end, the author includes discussion questions, some geographical information, a discussion of current events that line up with end time prophesy, as well as an FAQ section. She also includes extensive endnotes with Scripture references for each chapter in the book.
Nelson offers a refreshing alternative to traditional works on end times. Written in an engaging, easy-to-understand format, readers of all ages will gain a better understanding of end times. This would make an excellent book to read as a family and will hopefully encourage readers to be faithful students of God's Word.
Disclaimer: I received a free copy of End Time Machine for the purpose of review. No other compensation was received.
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