By Richard G. Kyle
In Apocalyptic Fever, Richard Kyle makes an attempt to reply to this query, exhibiting how dispensational premillennialism has been the driver at the back of doomsday rules. but whereas a number of chapters are dedicated to this subject, this publication covers even more. It surveys end-time perspectives in smooth the US from a variety of perspectives—dispensationalism, Catholicism, technology, fringe religions, the occult, fiction, the 12 months 2000, Islam, politics, the Mayan calendar, and more.
“We are indebted to Kyle for his extraordinary survey of the top occasions. those strategies have built over many centuries, yet they've got stumbled on fertile soil in our personal land. Kyle bargains with an astonishingly wide variety of rules with insightful and huge wisdom of the old, non secular, and modern contexts. this can be by means of a ways the simplest advisor to the attention-grabbing and complicated global of the top occasions. those that desire to comprehend our nation’s psyche will locate Apocalyptic Fever a must-read book.”
—Robert G. Clouse, Senior learn student in Liberal Arts, Indiana kingdom college
“Apocalyptic enthusiasm not often gets calm and considerate attention. Kyle is a such a lot welcome exception. His publication is cautious, nuanced, insightful, and charitable towards an issue that's often handled as wonderful, unimaginable, mad, or lethal yes. Apocalyptic Fever takes the temperature of a major sickness and offers simply the suitable calming prescription for bringing the fever lower than control.”
—Mark Noll, Professor of background, collage of Notre Dame
“Apocalyptic Fever is a type of must-read books. Kyle, a veteran observer of radical evangelical and conservative faith in the USA, addresses the wide range of end-time preachers, writers, and events within the modern global . . . Such an explanatory paintings is sorely wanted in an age the place polemical treatises richly abound.”
—Richard V. Pierard, Professor Emeritus of heritage, Indiana country collage
Richard G. Kyle is a Professor of heritage and faith at Tabor university in Hillsboro, Kansas. He has authored 9 prior books and 90 articles.
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