KINDLE [Translation of Thief in the night or The Strange case of the missing millenium]


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    Summary Translation of Thief in the night or The Strange case of the missing millenium Read ¹ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook È William Sears William Sears È 0 Characters This is a truly amazing book describing the advent of the most recent messenger of God Baha'u'llah I thought if there was a chance that the Christ spirit had returned I wanted to know about it This book proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that there was indeed a second coming but just like in Christ's time he went unrecognized by m

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    Read ¹ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook È William Sears William Sears È 0 Characters KINDLE [Translation of Thief in the night or The Strange case of the missing millenium] This book isn’t a novel it’s a religious tract I’m not being sarcastic or anything it’s the story of ho

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    KINDLE [Translation of Thief in the night or The Strange case of the missing millenium] William Sears È 0 Characters Read ¹ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook È William Sears This book is an outline of Sears discovery of the Bahá’í faith He begins writing his novel as a Christian and while he remains a Christian through to the end he also becomes a Bahá’í Thief in the Night answers the uestion Has Christ returned to Earth? Sears combs through the bible finding prophecy upon prophecy f

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    KINDLE [Translation of Thief in the night or The Strange case of the missing millenium] William Sears È 0 Characters Read ¹ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook È William Sears I am currently reading this book on the explanation of the missing millenium uotes and passages from the Bible b

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    KINDLE [Translation of Thief in the night or The Strange case of the missing millenium] William Sears È 0 Characters Read ¹ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook È William Sears As someone with a Christian upbringing it really shook me and showed me a new way of looking at the scripture Many times throughout the book I got excited seeing where it was going and piecing it together

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    KINDLE [Translation of Thief in the night or The Strange case of the missing millenium] Convincing perponderance of evidence of the Return of Christ The Glory of God is mentioned over 300 times in Hebrew and Christian Scripture The Glory of God is the English language version of Baha'u'llah

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    KINDLE [Translation of Thief in the night or The Strange case of the missing millenium] It was a great bookThe book is religous book for the bahai fatihI recommend the book for bahai or pepole who want to be bahai I am a young bahai after I read the book I know things about the bahai faith

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    William Sears È 0 Characters Read ¹ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook È William Sears KINDLE [Translation of Thief in the night or The Strange case of the missing millenium] As a Christian this man Bill Sears a journalist researched the Bible and many other sources for the time place date name of etc and all the prophecies regarding the time of the end and the return of the Spirit of Christ in the Last Days He s

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    KINDLE [Translation of Thief in the night or The Strange case of the missing millenium] Thief in the Night is a book that Reveals all Christian prophesies that leads to the coming of Baha'ulla'h the Messenger of God for this Day and Age

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    KINDLE [Translation of Thief in the night or The Strange case of the missing millenium] Read ¹ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook È William Sears Sears is an apologist for the Bahá’í faith an international religion founded in Persia in the 19th century which purports to be the fulfillment of all the major religions Its founder Bahá’u’lláh claimed to be the second coming of Christ as well as the fulfillment of prophecies in various other religionsIn this b

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  • Paperback
  • 304
  • Translation of Thief in the night or The Strange case of the missing millenium
  • William Sears
  • English
  • 25 February 2018
  • 9780853980087

Summary Translation of Thief in the night or The Strange case of the missing millenium

Summary Translation of Thief in the night or The Strange case of the missing millenium Read ¹ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook È William Sears William Sears È 0 Characters The Problem In the first half of the nineteenth century there was world wide and fervent expectation that during the 1840's the return of Christ would take place The story made the headlines and even reached the Congress of the United States From China and the Middle East to Europe and America men of conflicting ideas shared in the expectancy Scoffe. This book isn t a novel it s a religious tract I m not being sarcastic or anything it s the story of how one man journeyed from a born again Christian to becoming a Baha i I was given this book by some friends of mine who are Baha i and who wanted my input on why this book may or may not be effective in the hands of someone who isn t Baha i I don t think of this as a conversion tool because the people I know don t seem that interested in winning converts but at the same time that s clearly the purpose of this book So how was it Well honestly for me not very convincing I could get into detail here but I don t feel the need for it I m of the opinion that any apologetics type of book regardless of the faith it s defendingsharing is really intended for the already converted to sort of strengthen their faith I don t think it s really good for anything else other than a rhetorical device for believers But as it stands about 23rds of its space is taken up by prophecies regarding the return of Christ and how that occurred in 1844 in the person of Bahaullah In all I immediately got bogged down in the details of this book having a very hard time following the leaps in logic the author makes in order for prophecies to be fulfilled in the manner he lays them out And look I m being vague here because honestly I don t think anyone would care Because going through something like this one line at a time would take me weeks months or most likely years And again no one would care Believers would ignore or dismiss me and non believers would wonder why I was wasting my time And if there is anything I ve learned over the years no one changes their mind on religious matters based on a point by point rebuttal of an apologetics book written 50 or years ago And I m sure if I were to look for it there are probably whole websites dedicated to doing just that very thing You know what I feel like I m dismissing a thing without explaining why I m dismissing a thing So I guess one uick example would be okay So to get you into the idea of where my head is at and how far I m apart from the anticipated audience this book starts off with the author discussing in a very conversational tone how the decades between 1830 1850 were so odd About how the world universally believed Christ was returning during this time And about the fever that overtook the Christian world in particular Okay I can buy that I m not surprised by it segments of the Christian world have been overcome with apocalyptic fever it seems every few decades since the first century I remember when I was a teenager standing in a church youth service and the minister A man in his late 20 s stating that Christ would come before he turned 30 I remember sitting in Ms Hurley s Algebra II class and seeing a classmate with a thin hardback book mixed in with his school stuff it was 88 Reasons Christ will Return in 88 I was intrigued then I remember seeing the Plain Truth television show where every week a respectable man would go on and on about the coming return of Christ with a very deep voice I remember Jack Van Impe and his show with his wife where he would rail off fulfilled bible prophecies so fast that I d be left dizzy watching it So yeah I was pretty convinced that the return of Christ complete with the blowing trumpets and parting of clouds was imminent For me this book is the literary euivalent to those prophecy laden television shows I watched Stuff is thrown at you the reader so fast that you don t have time to think about what he s said before the next prophecy is thrust in your face The overall impression is that there is the overwhelming abundance of evidence that so clearly points to the end coming or having already come we just didn t notice that you re almost forced to admit that you re a fool for not accepting Except well I m not exactly old but I ve been around I ve been taken in by this way of thinking before and have no problem at all slowing down and looking at things a bit closely than some people might So yeah all these prophecies Turns out the intelligencia of the time had settled on 1844 as the hard date for Christ s return The logic Well three prophecies must be fulfilled before the End Times could begin according to the Gospels at least Well according to a particular interpretation of the Gospels 1 Jesus Gospel would be preached over the whole earth2 The time of the Gentiles would be fulfilled and Jews would return to Palestine3 All mankind would see the Abomination that causes Desolation foretold by Daniel Got it Good me too He then goes on to explain how the Gospel of Christ had covered the earth by then fulfilling prophecy 1 how the Edict of Toleration put in place 1844 by the Muslims in Jerusalem allowed Jews to enter into the city fulfilled prophecy 2 and finally well 3 was fulfilled back in the 5th century BC and Daniel said to add 2300 years to it and that is 1844 Or something Honestly at this point I wasn t sure he was even trying to make sense In the discussion of point 2 he emphasizes how days don t mean days in prophecy they mean years and that years are really 360 days long which might not sound that far off but multiply that out by a few thousand years and your dates start getting put off by decades and that sometimes you use a solar calendar then if that doesn t work switch to a lunar one then remember that when the bible actually says years it means weeks one year is fifty two weeks which are multiplied back into years so 3 years is really 1260 years Let s see carry the one subtract every other Tuesday yep 1844 is when it all happened It s not just me is it I mean you have to be crazy to believe that right Using the power of numerology he seems to think he s uncovered something powerful I just see someone or many people just pulling numbers out of thin air and saying that those are all adding up to 1844 And look I ve not even touched on why those three prophecies are the three that are most important This book uite simply assumes the answer it s trying to prove It s a logical fallacy from page one And that did bother me What followed was and leaps of logic that I simply could not follow All the prophecies mentioned in the book hundreds of them were fulfilled Some of them literally others symbolically you know it was fulfilled symbolically when it isn t literally fulfilled but there is no way that it wasn t fulfilled so don t even bother asking that uestion So in the end I was very disappointed with what I had in front of me I read it and to be honest I plan on reading it again The Baha i friends I mentioned earlier don t seem to take any of my opinions about this personally and said they d love for me to go through each of these points the author is making to show them why I feel this book isn t very useful as a tool for research Not to expose myself as crazy but that kind of sounds fun to me It s a chance to talk about logical fallacies and burdens of proof and what constitutes as evidence in researching historical events So who knows I may run out of gas pretty uickly on this but for now I m looking forward to really digging in and picking things apartAs it stands I can t rate this book If you re a convert to Baha i then maybe you d find this cool Otherwise I have to think it will leave you scratching your head and wondering what the hell is going on here

Read ¹ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook È William SearsTranslation of Thief in the night or The Strange case of the missing millenium

Summary Translation of Thief in the night or The Strange case of the missing millenium Read ¹ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook È William Sears William Sears È 0 Characters Ses the reader with the excitement of the chase The solution to which all the clues lead comes as a tremendous challenge This is a mystery story with a difference the mystery is a real one and of vital importance to every human being The author presents the evidence in The Case of the Missing Millennium in such a way that you can solve it for yourse. It was a great bookThe book is religous book for the bahai fatihI recommend the book for bahai or pepole who want to be bahai I am a young bahai after I read the book I know things about the bahai faith

William Sears È 0 Characters

Summary Translation of Thief in the night or The Strange case of the missing millenium Read ¹ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook È William Sears William Sears È 0 Characters Rs were many but the enthusiasm was tremendous and all agreed on the time Why And what became of the story Did anything happen or was it all a dream The Solution Patiently and with exemplary thoroughness William Sears set out to solve this mystery In Thief in the Night he presents his fully detailed 'conduct of the case' in an easy style which enthu. I am currently reading this book on the explanation of the missing millenium uotes and passages from the Bible back up the argument of renowned Baha i author as he searches for truth amid the spoon fed religion that we have been indoctrined with since birth Definitely a read for an open mind