Great Summary – Unproven Premise
The Man of Lawlessness is a good summary of the Pre-Tribulationist eschatology viewpoint. Mr. Reagan has always been a no-nonsense literalist whose teachings are some of the best on Bible prophecy. I don’t agree with him on every issue but I share his expectation for the soon return of Jesus.
I do believe Mr. Reagan’s eschatological premise is weak in one important area. A seven year (tribulation) is mentioned 20 times in this book, but not once in the entire Bible. The concept is woven into almost every aspect of his interpretation of the Man of Lawlessness. In Part I of the book, he defines the “tribulation” as being seven years based upon his understanding of Daniel 9 and Rev. 11 & 13. His interpretation of Daniel 9, in turn, is based upon an unproven assumption regarding Ezra & Nehemiah and their contemporaneous relationship with Artaxerxes Longimanus. It’s time to deal with the best kept secret of Old Testament chronology.
Hopefully, Mr. Reagan in some of his future writings will give the subject the attention it deserves.
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Author: David Reagan
Book Title: The Man of Lawlessness: The Antichrist in the Tribulation
Author Website: Lamb and Lion
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Book Reviewed by: William Struse