Bible Prophecy Made Easy
by Mark Water
Paperback: 64 pages
Date Published: 1998
Point: Prophecy plays an important role in the Scriptures and deserves to be studied and understood.
Path: The author overviews key passages, presuppositions, errors, and interpretations of prophetic material in the Scriptures.
Agreement: This short work is a helpful compilation for the beginner. Throughout most of the book the author conceals his own hermeneutical grid, and presents possible options. The short overviews of the OT prophets are also helpful.
Disagreement: The author endorses a combination of a historic and symbolic views in regards to the book of Revelation. I am not sure how this preference coincides with his next statement: “Many prophecies in the Bible have two points of reference. They refer to their own day and they point forward to a future fulfillment.
Personal App: God knows what He is doing.
Stars: 3.5 out of 5
It would be worth another read and I would recommend it.