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The End of Money: Bible Prophecy and the Coming Economic Collapse

Religion


by
Mark Hitchcock

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 224 pages

File size: 1.3 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Are we headed toward a global economic collapse? Financial markets are violently unstable worldwide, and the key benchmarks of financial health are rapidly getting worse.

Christians know the Bible predicts a coming day when one person will take control of the entire global economy. But how will that happen? We may now have the answers. In fact, the biblical and technological evidence tells us that a cashless society and one-world economy are not only possible, but inevitable. 

Bestselling author Mark Hitchcock skillfully brings together current research and Bible prophecy to address these important questions:

An eye-opening survey of the ways that future events can impact our lives even today.

Are we headed toward a global economic collapse? Financial markets are violently unstable worldwide, and the key benchmarks of financial health are rapidly getting worse.

Christians know the Bible predicts a coming day when one person will take control of the entire global economy. But how will that happen? We may now have the answers. In fact, the biblical and technological evidence tells us that a cashless society and one-world economy are not only possible, but… (more)

Are we headed toward a global economic collapse? Financial markets are violently unstable worldwide, and the key benchmarks of financial health are rapidly getting worse.

Christians know the Bible predicts a coming day when one person will take control of the entire global economy. But how will that happen? We may now have the answers. In fact, the biblical and technological evidence tells us that a cashless society and one-world economy are not only possible, but inevitable. 

Bestselling author Mark Hitchcock skillfully brings together current research and Bible prophecy to address these important questions:

An eye-opening survey of the ways that future events can impact our lives even today.

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