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Tribulation Force

Author : Tim LaHaye
Publisher : Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
Page : 468 pages
File Size : 47,49 MB
Release : 1996
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 9780842329217

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Sequel to Left behind.

Tribulation Force

Author : Tim LaHaye
Publisher : Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
Page : 480 pages
File Size : 36,38 MB
Release : 2011-03-16
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 1414341210

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Rayford Steele and Cameron “Buck” Williams find themselves pressed into service for the man they believe could be the Antichrist. Nicolae Carpathia takes over the United Nations, signs a peace treaty with Israel, and begins to lure the nations of earth together to form one global village. As believers band together following the Rapture, their peaceful world is destroyed again when global war erupts. A repackage of the New York Times best-selling second book in the Left Behind series.

Tribulation Force

Author : Tim Lahaye
Publisher : Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
Page : 487 pages
File Size : 10,69 MB
Release : 2011
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 1414334915

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Four Christians left behind after The Rapture join forces to create the Tribulation Force, fighting the enemies of God left on Earth after three-quarters of the world's population has perished amid disease and natural disaster.

Tribulation Force

Author : Tim LaHaye
Publisher :
Page : 594 pages
File Size : 13,46 MB
Release : 1996
Category : Illinois
ISBN : 9780739408148

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Tribulation Force

Author : Tim F. LaHaye
Publisher :
Page : pages
File Size : 22,37 MB
Release :
Category : Antichrist
ISBN : 9780842357593

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Tribulation Force

Author : Tim LaHaye
Publisher :
Page : 52 pages
File Size : 19,94 MB
Release : 2002
Category : Comics & Graphic Novels
ISBN : 9780842357630

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Set against the backdrop of the Rapture, in which Jesus has returned as promised to gather his followers, the characters in "Tribulation Force" must confront life without their loved ones, struggle with evil, and embrace God's truth for themselves.

Tribulation Force

Author : Brian Augustyn
Publisher :
Page : pages
File Size : 42,12 MB
Release : 2002
Category : Comic books, strips, etc
ISBN :

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Plotting Apocalypse

Author : Jennie Chapman
Publisher : Univ. Press of Mississippi
Page : 263 pages
File Size : 20,69 MB
Release : 2013-09-13
Category : Literary Criticism
ISBN : 1617039039

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It is the not-too-distant future, and the rapture has occurred. Every born-again Christian on the planet has, without prior warning, been snatched from the earth to meet Christ in the heavens, while all those without the requisite faith have been left behind to suffer the wrath of the Antichrist as the earth enters into its final days. This is the premise that animates the enormously popular cultural phenomenon that is the Left Behind series of prophecy novels, co-written by Tim LaHaye and Jerry Jenkins and published between 1995 and 2007. But these books are more than fiction: it is the sincere belief of many evangelicals that these events actually will occur--soon. Plotting Apocalypse delves into the world of rapture, prophecy, and tribulation in order to account for the extraordinary cultural salience of these books and the impact of the world they project. Through penetrating readings of the novels, Chapman shows how the series offers a new model of evangelical agency for its readership. The novels teach that although believers are incapable of changing the course of a future that has been preordained by God, they can become empowered by learning to read the prophetic books of the Bible--and the signs of the times--correctly. Reading and interpretation become key indices of agency in the world that Left Behind limns. Plotting Apocalypse reveals the significant cultural work that Left Behind performs in developing a counter-narrative to the passivity and fatalism that can characterize evangelical prophecy belief. Chapman's arguments may bear profound implications for the future of American evangelicalism and its interactions with culture, society, and politics.

Writing the Rapture

Author : Crawford Gribben
Publisher : Oxford University Press
Page : 272 pages
File Size : 50,22 MB
Release : 2009-02-02
Category : Religion
ISBN : 9780199716838

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For the past twenty years, evangelical prophecy novels have been a powerful presence on American bestseller lists. Emerging from a growing conservative culture industry, the genre dramatizes events that many believers expect to occur at the end of the age - the rapture of the saved, the rise of the Antichrist, and the fearful tribulation faced by those who are "left behind." Seeking the forces that drove the unexpected success of the Left Behind novels, Crawford Gribben traces the gradual development of the prophecy fiction genre from its eclectic roots among early twentieth-century fundamentalists. The first rapture novels came onto the scene at the high water mark of Protestant America. From there, the genre would both witness the defeat of conservative Protestantism and participate in its eventual reconstruction and return, providing for the renaissance of the evangelical imagination that would culminate in the Left Behind novels. Yet, as Gribben shows, the rapture genre, while vividly expressing some prototypically American themes, also serves to greatly complicate the idea of American modernity-assaulting some of its most cherished tenets. Gribben concludes with a look at "post-Left Behind" rapture fiction, noting some works that were written specifically to counter the claims of the best-selling series. Along the way, he gives attention not just to literary fictions, but to rapture films and apocalyptic themes in Christian music. Writing the Rapture is an indispensable guide to this flourishing yet little understood body of literature.

Critical Digital Studies

Author : Arthur Kroker
Publisher : University of Toronto Press
Page : 624 pages
File Size : 11,94 MB
Release : 2013-12-11
Category : Social Science
ISBN : 1442666714

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Since its initial publication, Critical Digital Studies has proven an indispensable guide to understanding digitally mediated culture. Bringing together the leading scholars in this growing field, internationally renowned scholars Arthur and Marilouise Kroker present an innovative and interdisciplinary survey of the relationship between humanity and technology. The reader offers a study of our digital future, a means of understanding the world with new analytic tools and means of communication that are defining the twenty-first century. The second edition includes new essays on the impact of social networking technologies and new media. A new section – “New Digital Media” – presents important, new articles on topics including hacktivism in the age of digital power and the relationship between gaming and capitalism. The extraordinary range and depth of the first edition has been maintained in this new edition. Critical Digital Studies will continue to provide the leading edge to readers wanting to understand the complex intersection of digital culture and human knowledge.