The Case for a
First Century End Time
(Formerly: A.D.79, a Prophecy Paradox) a book by Lynn Schuldt
From the back cover:
the end times 2000 years ago?
Learn the facts.
Nearly 2000 years
ago, the first Christians lived in the last days, and
the end was at hand in their immediate future. Jesus
warned them of things to come in their own generation;
and when they saw all those things, they would know
the end was near. The origin of "end of the world"
prophecies was this series of signs meant for those
who lived 2000 years ago. Most theologians claim all
those things have not happened; and therefore, the end
time is expected in our future. Most evangelicals are
waiting for Christ to return a second time.
Ms. Schuldt's carefully documented book
proves that all those things happened, historically,
to those people nearly 2000 years ago in their future
and in their generation. The end time was therefore
future to them, but past for us. Evangelicals ignore
this view because they maintain that no one living
when Jesus described the things to come lived to see
all those things come to pass. However, scriptural and
historical references in this book show the first
Christians did see all those things come to
- How all Bible
prophecy has been fulfilled.
- When the end
- Who the
- What the
- When the kingdom
of God began.
- How the seven
year tribulation theory was created from Bible
Lynn Schuldt is an
author and researcher specializing in Bible prophecy
and history of the Roman Empire. Her persistent
investigations during the ten years of writing Prophecy
Paradox: the Case for a First Century End Time
uncovered abundant evidence for first century
fulfillment of prophecy.
This book is
supported by extant Greek and Roman history in
conjunction with biblical history. Sources include The
Life and Works of Josephus, a history of Rome by
Dio Cassius, the Dead Sea Scrolls and many others.
This book is unique in that the final climax is set in
A.D.79 rather than A.D.70.
The Case for a First Century End Time
By Lynn Schuldt
Edition: Second revised
(Formerly: A.D. 79, a Prophecy Paradox)
$18.95; 338 page trade paperback
Illustrations, maps, charts, Bibliography, Index
chronological table, listing of time statements,
table of Old Testament Prophecies Fulfilled
Published by Son
Christian Dilemma: time statements: Jesus
provided a first century time frame for His second
Visible Second Coming: This list of New
Testament verses shows consistent biblical intent that
first century Christians would live to see both a
literal and visible return of Christ to gather His
Christianity: New evidence is turning up that
Jesus did indeed return for His elect, in power and
glory during the first century. In our attempt to
place the second coming of our Lord in OUR future,
rather than the generation of the Apostles, are we
creatively altering the Bible to suit our own
the historic fulfillment of prophecy: This site
reviews PROPHECY PROPHECY PARADOX: The Case for a
First Century End Time.
Seven Year Tribulation Theory: True or False? A
reevaluation of the Seven Year Tribulation Theory:
Numerous difficulties pose questions to its
Prophecy: Faulty Assumptions Faulty assumptions
distort accurate assessment of Bible prophecy. Have
you made any faulty assumptions? Check out this
Questions for Tough Christians If Jesus preached
He would return a second time in the first century,
perhaps we should consider He was right.
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