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New Handbook to Biblical Chronology Released
EnerPower Press (an imprint of Energion Publications) announces the on-time June 1, 2009 release of a new handbook for Bible students, The Messiah and His Coming Kingdom: A Biblical Roadmap by Robert A. Makar.
By: EnerPower Press
The Messiah and His Kingdom to Come is a graphic illustration of Biblical chronology, genealogy and history from Genesis to Revelation, the beginning to the end of time. Author Robert Makar has spent years studying the details of Biblical events and how they relate one to another.
Unlike many other works that have been written on Biblical chronology Mr. Makar was not just interested in settling the details. His was not just a journey of research and learning, but also of spiritual enlightenment. He believes that these events point to the true Messiah and to the salvation he offers.
Thus this Biblical road map not only provides help in answering your questions about when certain kings reigned; it is also a road map to Jesus, the anointed one, the Messiah. The events described, cataloged, and put in order are not merely points of data on a chart of history; they are signposts on the road to Jesus himself.
In reading The Messiah and His Kingdom to Come you will not only learn more about the Bible and how one event relates to another, but you will be inspired by the divine plan of salvation, and by the spiritual possibilities that open up as one diligently studies.
This book is 178 pages, 8 ½ x 11 inches (color), 8 ¼ x 11 inches (black and white), perfect bound. It contains nine pages of chronological charts and 18 pages of illustrative maps, an extensive topical index and a scripture index. The foreword was written by Rev. Riley Richardson, author of Disciples: Jesus With Us (ISBN: 1-893729-49-
Come, follow Robert Makar on a journey of faith and growth.
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