The end times have seen a great amount of interest within the last two decades, but there hasn’t been a comprehensive overview of biblical prophecy and eschatology for more than five decades. Mark Hitchcock’s book is that comprehensive resource for the twenty-first century The End will do for eschatology what Randy Alcorn’s Heaven did for people’s understanding of heaven. It will provide a solid biblical foundation for Christians to explore the essential truths around this topic—the end of the world.
Messianic Perspectives brings you down-to-earth Bible teaching from a distinctive first-century Jewish point of view.
About Dr. Gary Hedrick
Dr. Gary Hedrick hosts Messianic Perspectives, a unique Bible teaching ministry of CJF Ministries (cjfm.org). Gary has been president of CJF Ministries (CJFM) in San Antonio, Texas, since August 1988.
Gary is a graduate of Bob Jones University in Greenville, South Carolina (BA in Bible; minor concentrations in speech and Koine Greek) and was awarded an honorary doctor of divinity degree (DD) in May of 2003 from Antioch Baptist Bible College and Seminary in Marietta, Georgia. Gary is a member of the American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR) at Boston University, the Evangelical Theological Society (ETS), and IFCA International. He is currently serving a four-year term as North American Coordinator for the Lausanne Consultation on Jewish Evangelism (LCJE), a worldwide network of ministries specializing in reaching Jewish people with the Good News of Jesus the Messiah.
Gary and Marcia make their home in San Antonio. Their older daughter, Elizabeth, is married to Brian Nowotny and they have three children, Emily, Owen, and Samuel. The Hedricks' son, Michael, is an M.Div. student at Trinity Seminary in Deerfield, IL. Their younger daughter, Sarah, is a graduate of Baylor University and enjoys (among other things) pursuing her hobby of raising and breeding Great Danes. All three of the Hedricks' children are actively involved in the ministry.
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