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Ernest Reagan Clark II may well be dubbed as the myth buster of biblical prophecies. He pulls no punches in his scathing interpretation of the false teachings of the Bible in his book, For Such a Time as This: Let My People Go, You End-Times Doomsday Sayers! He feels that the world is being misled by the multitudes of false teachings, and the Bible is no exception. Here, the author tackles the serious nonexistent prophecy concerns that are the very foundation of Christianity. As an example, he takes close scrutiny at the prophecy pertaining to the world’s end as a grave misinterpretation, as it refers to the end of the covenant with the Jewish people rather than the end of the world. This book is a journey, an exploration into the major weaknesses in the claims of prophecy-fulfillment that are further perpetuated by charlatans in the pulpit and mass media.
Many among the devout and the religious are likely to find Ernest Reagan Clark II out of line, but in the spirit of free inquiry, his arguments do carry weight. Whether we admit it or not, there are those among us who find the Bible to be a tiresome book, but the sad thing is that bashing it can be equally tiresome. The good thing is, the author carries a flaming sword, and he is not tiresome. Biblical inaccuracy has no place in his rational world, and therefore, he feels that Scripture must be challenged. With so many wealthy religious leaders whose goals are nothing more than theocracy, we need a book like For Such a Time as This to hit them head-on. Because it is never civilized and fashionable to sit on the sidelines and call them bad names. This book is a far more reasonable way to challenge them.