SUMMARY: Many people are eager to embrace Nostradamus and the Mayans while dismissing the Holy Bible’s prophecies. Yet the Bible (in Revelation chapter 4) promises: “Come up here, and I will show you what must take place after this.”
The BookViral Review: Genre – Bible Prophecies
Biblical interpretations in the main fall into four major categories. The literal, moral, allegorical, and anagogical with many proving complex and challenging reads. But whilst some authors seem bent on scaring their readers others want to inform and it certainly wouldn’t be disingenuous to say that Liang’s Christ’s Return and Today’s Global Geopolitical Bombshells favours the latter category.
Bringing a lifetime’s worth of personnal insights together and extensive biblical references it demands reflection yet it isn’t a taxing read as he presents a broadly accessible perspective. He doesn’t ask us to agree with his analysis and conclusions, his aim is to educate and provide robust terms of reference with which to make an informed decision and he certainly achieves this. Taking us from the origins of biblical prophecies to key events which have irrevocably changed the geopolitical landscape. From the 1948 Arab – Israeli war to the election of Donald Trump and the impact of Brexit, in his own words he ‘deliberately attempted to write this book in a secular spirit, but he does not think that his readers can fail to see on every page a higher immanence.”
What is undeniable is that there are numerous Biblical prophecies, some fulfilled, others arguably unfulfilled and what Liang has done is to provide robust points of reference from which we can draw our own conclusions.
No one knows for sure what the next decade, century, or even millennium will bring but Liang gives us a tremendously thought-provoking read which should engender broad interest. It is recommended without reservation.