What Is Meant By Doomsday


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Doomsday Book


Doomsday Book

Author: Connie Willis

language: en

Publisher: Allen & Unwin

Release Date: 2005-01-01

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Journeying back in time to the year 1320, twenty-first century Oxford woman Kivrin arrives in the past during the outbreak of a deadly epidemic.

The Doomsday Clock


The Doomsday Clock

Author: Dr. Jimmie L. Chapman

language: en

Publisher: Lulu.com

Release Date: 2015-04-11

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This book is timely, bold and provocative. It is the news the world needs to hear now. Dr. Jimmie Chapman tells it like it is and how it's going to be. He explains the significance of Israel in the fulfillment of Biblical prophecies for the end of the world. He also explains how the current events in the Middle East and Far East fit into Bible prophecies. He explains the antichrist, the Beast and the Mark of the Beast in frightening detail. He explains many Bible prophecies and how they relate to many items of world news we hear and read about each day. This book should shock us into a reality check and cause us to reexamine our thoughts about what is happening in the world right now. If you are interested in what the Bible says about our near future, you really should read this book.

Apocalypse Any Day Now


Apocalypse Any Day Now

Author: Tea Krulos

language: en

Publisher: Chicago Review Press

Release Date: 2019-04-02

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It seems like people are always talking about the end of the world, doesn't it? Y2K, the Mayan Apocalypse, Blood Moon Prophecies, nuclear war, killer robots, you name it. In Apocalypse Any Day Now, journalist Tea Krulos travels the country to try to puzzle out America's obsession with the end of days. Along the way he meets doomsday preppers—people who stockpile supplies and learn survival skills—as well as religious prognosticators and climate scientists. He camps out with the Zombie Squad (who use a zombie apocalypse as a survival metaphor); tours the Survival Condos, a luxurious bunker built in an old Atlas missile silo; and attends Wasteland Weekend, where people party like the world has already ended. Frightening and funny, the ideas Krulos explores range from ridiculously outlandish to alarmingly near and present dangers.