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Corona Crisis by Mark Hitchcock August 5, 2020

Filed under: Book Reviews — Melissa Finnegan @ 4:43 pm
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In Corona Crisis, professor Mark Hitchcock shares how the current coronavirus outbreak is related to the vivid, end-time biblical prophecies about plagues, pestilences, and pandemics.

Jesus listed “pestilences in various places” as a sign of his coming (Luke 21:11).In the prophecy of the four horsemen of the Apocalypse, the fourth rider kills one-fourth of the earth with pestilence and the “wild beasts of the earth.”Many believe that “wild beasts” refers to plagues that come from animals, as we’ve seen in recent decades with AIDS, SARS, MERS, the bird flu and swine flu, and now COVID-19.

Hitchcock believes the coronavirus is not the fulfillment of these events that will occur during the tribulation period but a foreshadowing of what lies ahead. Corona Crisis puts the current situation in perspective in relation to previous plagues, like the Spanish flu, while giving an overview of the major signs of the end times.

The book also discusses how the rise of globalism contributes to the spread of plagues. In our global environment, events can happen suddenly that send shock waves around the world.

My thoughts:

You never know what you are getting into when a book has the world apocalypse on the front. But this was honestly, a very even keeled and well balanced look at what is going on now and the end times.

The author does a great job of not putting fear in the reader and just presenting facts as he knows them. The Word is heavily relied on and he turned to many other pastors for their perspective too.

If you are looking for a bit more insight into the pandemic we are currently in you might find this an interesting read, I did.

Visit Mark here.

Grab a copy at your local bookstore, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Christianbook.com or your favorite retailer.

A copy of this book was given to me through Netgalley.com. All opinions are my own.

 

 

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