Biblical Eschatology

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A study of the End Times and the Exclusiveness of Israel

In order to find out what the truth really is, we have to look at the original languages in which the Bible was written and then translated.

For example, the Old Testament was written in Hebrew and Aramaic, then translated into Greek.The New Testament was written in Hebrew and Greek.

Both Testaments were put together and translated into Latin, then German, and finally into English, from which the entire world received their own translation of the Bible.

So, what was the original meaning of the words used in the original languages, i.e. the etymology of the words. Once that is determined, then we can go onto the next phase and discuss types in the Bible.

From there, what is the Law of First Mention? How should Bible prophecy be Interpreted? Who are the keys to Bible prophecy? Where are we in the Bible prophecy timeline?

During these discussions, we will find out who Yahweh chose of all the families of the earth to make His own.

The churches teach universalism. The question then becomes, Who was Yahweh’s Law given to? What are the Laws of Yahweh? And then the even bigger question becomes, Who was Yahshuah sent to?

All of these questions and more will be answered as you read this book…

LEARN MORE: Biblical Eschatology | Dr. Justin G. Prock

BOOK REVIEWS

“In this scholarly approach, the author has mined not only scripture but also historical sources and literal language translations. He asserts that Christians should not be content to accept a distorted version of biblical truth (referred to as “Babylonian”) and instead offers further, deeper exploration for discovery. This current work comprises over a thousand pages of explication and corroboration for his dynamic religious understanding, including biblical quotations and the works of many other writers from the earliest days of Christianity to the present era, relying very often on the precise meaning of certain words in their original languages. Prock’s exhaustive research has led him to a body of beliefs that readers may wish to ponder.”

“In my decade and a half of teaching Bible and Theology, I have had many exceptional students that have graduated and gone on to further excel in their knowledge of the Bible. One such student is Justin Prock. He is particularly equipped in his understanding of prophecy, which is definitely one of his passions. He has authored a number of well-written books in this area, this book being another such book. His emphasis on the Biblical position of the nation of Israel is refreshing in a time when so many are promoting the troubling teachings of Replacement Theology.”

Dr. David A. Keeny

Dean of Seminary, Louisiana Baptist University

Barbara Bamberger Scott Says:

“We hear much about the Gospel of universal salvation, but this is not what JESUS taught.”


A close, thorough examination of the “end times” as described in the Holy Bible presents evidence that many, if not most Christians, are unaware of. Primary among these is the identification of the entity known as Israel. Contrary to conventional teaching, Prock states, Israel is the only group to whom God promised salvation. But that is not the state of Israel as recognized today. Israel was established through the seed of Abraham and includes the tribes of persons who have wandered the earth and propagated widely since Abraham’s time. Parsing hundreds of Bible verses, the author discovered that God loved Israel and hated or spurned others. Therefore, exploring the components of Israel as understood in language and context brought Prock to the conclusion, among other significant theses, that the often-accepted vision of Jesus as a universal savior in apocalyptic times to come cannot be supported by thoughtful Christians.

Prock is a highly qualified university instructor whose classes cover Bible prophecy, history, and political science. He states he left the Episcopal Church of his upbringing because of his differing beliefs. In this scholarly approach, the author has mined not only scripture but also historical sources and literal language translations. He asserts that

Christians should not be content to accept a distorted version of biblical truth (referred to as “Babylonian”) and instead offers further, deeper exploration for discovery. This current work comprises over a thousand pages of explication and corroboration for his dynamic religious understanding, including biblical quotations and the works of many other writers from the earliest days of Christianity to the present era, relying very often on the precise meaning of certain words in their original languages. Prock’s exhaustive research has led him to a body of beliefs that readers may wish to ponder.

Justin continually searches scriptures for the truth.  He is not afraid to explore difficult subjects and as such, he often challenges me with novel theories.  While many of these theories challenge traditional thoughts, they are thought provoking and well researched.  He is frequently ostracized and friendships terminated because of them but I have found that we may sometimes disagree but never at the risk of our friendship.  He has never waivered on the path to heaven or the need to reach the lost with the gospel of Christ – and that is the most important thing!    

David Hamblin,

Biblical Prophecy author