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“… a prophecy book you can’t find anywhere. Biblical
prophecy is viewed from a unique perspective
that will captivate and enlighten you.”

J.R. Church
Prophecy in the News

“Jim Simmons has issued a vital warning
to prepare for the soon coming of Christ. While differences
exist among interpreters on some matters discussed, the material
he presents on current global political and economic trends and treaties and rising religious apostasy underscore the urgency of his message
that we may be the last generation.”
J. Randall Price, Ph.D.
President, World of the Bible Ministries, Inc.
Even born-again Christians and biblical scholars have difficulty reconciling biblical and end-time prophecy with science. This is especially true in light of the deceptions of the New Age Movement, which has mobilized people farther from the God of our forefathers and closer to the god of this world. Many scientists also believe our world is rapidly approaching an end time. The depiction of the Doomsday Clock on the front cover with midnight as “doomsday,” or the destruction of our world, represents the consensus of the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists.
Such is the message of The Last Generation. It is an accessible, straightforward, well-documented overview of how contemporary worldviews and current and historical events have unfolded, consistent with biblical prophecy, logically revealing how and why we are in our last days. While faith is not a prerequisite for being captivated by Simmons’ research and presentation, it will certainly be the result—whether it is in the form of discovery, restoration, or redemption.


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