About the Book
Where are we now in the stream of time concerning end-time events? What nations, religions, and individuals are slowly but surely fulfilling the final events of the great controversy between God and Satan?
With meticulous attention to detail and based on his extensive research of ancient and modern-day religions and secular history, the author has created a compelling and convincing narrative as to why we are now in an imminent crisis at the world's end!
Painting an epic panorama that carries readers through centuries of history and Bible prophecies, the author makes some startling predictions based on the word of God. The book unveils the mystery riddle of Revelation chapter 17 and calculates the number of the beast (666) to reveal the identity of the man of sin and son of perdition.
The Bible tells us that we are to “calculate the number of the beast, for it is the number of a man, and his number is 666” (Rev. 13:18). This calculation requires a spirit of wisdom, understanding from the Lord, a knowledge of ancient and modern history, and a precise mathematical calculation. The author's research and conclusions are supported by in-depth explanations and confirmed by authoritative internet sources.
The symbolism in the books of Daniel and Revelation is compared to the literal roles of the United States, apostate Protestantism, Islam, and the Roman Catholic Church is explained with an unveiling of the papacy and popes as the beast (666) in fulfillment of the end-time events we have entered.
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About the Author
Author Mark LaRose lives in Idaho and is a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. He graduated from Loma Linda University with a bachelor's degree in accounting and management and holds an MBA with an emphasis in health care.
He is a student of Bible prophecy as well as current events. He is committed to sharing the everlasting gospel of the three angel's messages through Bible studies and online ministry. He is passionate about urgently proclaiming the need to prepare for Christ's imminent return.
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Posted by ALR on 16th Sep 2020
TEACH Services received the following review:
"Seventh-day Adventists historically have been enamored with prophecy and last-day events. At World's End by Mark LaRose deals primarily with an interpretation of mystery riddle of Revelation 17. Among Adventist scholars there are at least seven (7) different interpretations of the mystery riddle. Mark's explanation, for the first time, employs the rules of interpretation for the prophetic beasts of Daniel 7 and 8 to arrive at, what I believe to be, the only valid interpretation riddle. In view of the fact that we seem to be living, in the year 2020, at the beginning of the Little Time of Trouble, this is a must-read for all SDAs anticipating the imminent return of our Savior, Jesus Christ."
~ John Peters, Retired Pastor, Pennsylvania Conference of Seventh-day Adventists
Posted by ALR on 16th Sep 2020
TEACH Services reveived the following review:
"The alternative interpretation of the “riddle” of Revelation 17 is worthy of note. Mark’s book deals with every factor that points to the conclusions regarding this interesting prophetic utterance. I believe every student of prophecy should read and consider this book. It not only deals with the riddle, but some unique ways of interpreting the numbers of Revelation. There are also linguistic connections with Revelation 13 and even Thessalonians. One of the most interesting aspects of this book is that it “sets the table” of events that must happen to reveal its veracity. It leads us to our current day, in which, we must look within and ask: “Are we ready for what is coming?” The precision of the prophecy is that if it does not happen in a very certain way, then the prophecy fails. That being said, Mark’s book presents the best interpretation I have ever seen regarding this curious “riddle.” I whole-heartedly endorse this book!"
~ Elder Dick E. Hanson, Retired Minister, Oregon Conference of SDA