The 256-page paperback is an investigation of what is to come, which guides the reader through 12 understandable, in-depth chapters. Hoyt examines the vocabulary of eschatologists along with the various stages of the human post-life experience.
Further, readers discover more about Christ’s second coming (and how that affects the church and the Antichrist), the resurrections, divine judgment and some observations on the eternal state.
The author delves into the controversy of the end times, dealing primarily with premillennial, pretribulation eschatology, yet giving consideration to conflicting viewpoints. It is a well-documented and understandable guide to the end times and is used extensively as a text in Bible colleges, Bible institutes, and seminaries.
Hoyt, who died in 2000, was one of biblical prophecy’s most ardent proponents and served as President Emeritus of Grace College and Theological Seminary in Winona Lake, Indiana. He taught Christian Theology at the seminary and wrote numerous books and articles.
The End Times retails for $12.99, and may be obtained online at www.bmhbooks.com