Islam Is Key To Unlocking The Secrets Of Ancient End Time Prophecies
Since the beginning of modern history, experts have been trying to predict when the end of the world will come. They have made terms such as the anti-Christ, the 666 Mark of the Beast, End Times, and Rapture common in society, but they may have overlooked the most important ancient prophecy that ties Islam, today`s current events, and the world`s response to the exact timing of the end times.
In his shocking and revealing book, Islam in the End Times, Islamic relations expert and scholar Ellis Skolfield unlocks the key to understanding all the end time prophecies and Islam`s role in bringing them about. Ellis expertly maps ancient prophecies with current events to demonstrate that the current Islamic aggression against the world in general and Israel specifically relates to the exact year of the beginning of the end.
Skolfield reveals the most shocking prophecy of all as the key to understanding all other end time prophesies that have been handed down since the ancient days "that there is a mathematical number that provides the exact year of what is called the "Abomination of Desolation"-- a cataclysmic event in the timeline of human history. In Islam in the End Times, Skolfield statistically documents where the world is in relationship to the end times, and what Islam`s role is now and in the future. Skolfield uses mathematics and ancient prophecies to demonstrate how Islam is involved in the prophecy called the "Abomination of Desolation," which is the desecration of the holy temple of God and is the key to unlocking end time prophecies.
"It`s been hiding in plain sight, but not until now could we understand the prophecy to know what the Abomination of Desolation was," says Skolfield. "THIS is not an anti-Christian, anti-Moslem, anti-Jew or anti-anyone book and it`s not about what you or I may want to believe. It`s about what we can now prove from ancient prophecy."
About the Author
Ellis H. Skolfield is a conservative author and Bible teacher who received his theological training at Columbia Bible College, Columbia, South Carolina in the early 50s. He has written five books on Bible Prophecy.