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Z: The Final Generation: Biblical Prophecy Reveals the Date of Christ’s Return by Arnold V Page offers a fresh and well-researched interpretation of the Second Coming of Christ while making powerful biblical allusions to the date of the coming. The author draws parallels between the apocalyptic message, especially from the last book of the Bible, and contemporary history, illustrating with unusual clarity that this generation Z — people born between 1995 and 2015, these young people facing a future that is perhaps more uncertain than it has been for at least a century — will grow up to witness the most important moment in history.
In this masterpiece, the author offers compelling evidence that the world may be coming to an end and readers will be surprised at how the author weaves history into the arguments, featuring controversial information like Saint Malachy’s prophecy of the popes in AD 1140. From assessing the world population crisis, to examining environmental ruin, to loss of sustainable habitat, to dwindling natural resources and the financial crisis, the author underlines the symptoms of a decaying planet and society and links them to prophecies of the end times.
With a solid background in philosophy and theology, there were moments I felt like denying the facts in this book, but reason told me it was futile trying to refute a reality that stared me in the face. Arnold V Page writes from inside knowledge and leaves the reader in no doubt that he knows what he is talking about. The message of this book is accompanied by great illustrations and statistics that allow readers a clear understanding of what it is all about. While this could sound like doomsday for most readers, the author offers a message of hope to humanity, arguing that the ultimate coming of Jesus in glory will be the final defeat of life over death. Z: The Final Generation will make readers question their faith and embrace the excitement of an encounter with Jesus. It’s a gift of faith, one that should be read and passed on.