Reviews/ Comments

I enjoyed the book very much. It gave much more information and depth than I have encountered in other publications. I personally think that this book should be used as a textbook in seminaries to be used as a comparison and contrast of the Christian History and process of how we should live our Christian Life. It is obvious that much research, time and leading of the Holy Spirit went into this thought provoking work. Thank you for your service to the body of Christ. — James C. Hicks- MDiv.


A truly inspired book!  I’m currently re-reading as part of my personal study of Revelations for additional insight and looking forward to complementing it with Jim’s “Revelation Basics: A Chapter-by-Chapter Study Guide”.  I’m very thankful that Jim allowed the Holy Spirit to use him in this endeavor. — Brian W.


I enjoyed the book very much. It is very thought provoking and gives insight to many questions we all have. I enjoyed the ability to look at different times and topics. You are given much more information and depth than I have encountered in other publications. The history and reasoning makes our Christian world more clear. — Mary M.


Before my reading and study of In the End Jesus, I felt overwhelmed to try to understand Revelation and other Biblical prophecy related to the end times on my own. Using this book, I was able to pull from many documented events in history, and the conclusions of many scholars, much of the prophecy of the end times. This experience has greatly increased my understanding and awareness of daily events and the world in which we live.

In the presentation style of the prophecy, there is much symbolism and doesn’t the Bible actually say, “No one may know the day or the hour of the end times” (Mark 13:32, Matthew 24:36). What I didn’t realize is there is a lot about the End Times that we do know, and many scholars agree on much more. While we may not know the exact day or time, after much study, scholars recognize in context much of the expectation and conflict leading up to the End Times.

The author brings together history, fact and research which help us, as lay-persons to better connect the dots on our own. In addition, the book raised my awareness of the events anticipated leading up to and during the end time. While Jesus is in the end, there is much comfort to me in realizing the fulfilled prophecy along the way.

A few of the concepts I learned and questions I was able to answer included:

  • Is there a scholarly guide to help understand all the symbolism in the Bible?
  • What is the history and role of the church including during the middle and dark ages?
  • How has the history of the church been influenced by governments?
  • How have governments and world leaders had influence and benefited from their association to the Christian church?
  • What events in history do scholars consider fulfilled prophecy?
  • What does the Bible say about the influence of evil forces in the world, then and now?
  • How does Christianity compare to other religions (e.g. prophecy, Jewish history foretold, God’s intervention/miracles for His people, fulfilled prophecy, Jesus life on earth, miracles resurrection, ascension, the early church and more.)?
  • What does the Bible have to say specifically about the end times?
  • Why there is an Old and a New Testament and why was Jesus crucified?
  • Is Jesus coming back?

Knowing the type of events and world influence to expect during the end times, maybe frightening, however, it also gives me much peace to be able to anticipate, rather than always being surprised in the aftermath. Truly also knowing that it is, In the End Jesus, can give us much assurance of our final destiny.

If you are curious and would like to know more about these and other topics surrounding the end times and God’s plan for us, I would strongly recommend you read In the End Jesus. — Ed H.


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