Pastor Hindson of Ed Hindson Ministries is known for his academic excellence and for being a practical teacher.
His compassion, warm personality and passion for God come through in every message.
He also has a unique and profound ability to take complicated issues and make them seem simple.
Born December 21, 1944 is an American Christian evangelist and current host of The King Is Coming, a syndicated television broadcast shown across the United States.
Ed Hindson has written more than twenty books that deal with Bible prophecy and the imminent return of Jesus. He is a professor of Old Testament studies and Eschatology at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia.
Hindson graduated from William Tyndale College in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
He completed a D. Phil. at the University of South Africa, which is accredited but only to first professional degree level and also holds a number of degrees from institutions such as: M.A. and Th. D. from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Th. M. from Grace Theological Seminary and D. Min. from Westminster Theological Seminary.
Ed Hindson Ministries hosts The King Is Coming on TBN.
Books by Ed Hindson include:
Courageous Faith: Life Lessons From Old Testament Heroes (2003)
God Is There in the Tough Times: Turning Your Disappointments into Hope (2003)
Conquistando los Problemas Mas Dificiles de la Vida (2000)
Earth's Final Hour (1999)
Overcoming Life's Toughest Problems (1999)
Is the Antichrist Alive and Well?: 10 Keys to His Identity (1998)
End Times, the Middle East, and the New World Order (1991)
The Seduction of Power (co-author Ed Dobson) (1988)
Fundamentalism Today (co-author Ed Dobson) (1984)
The Fundamentalist Phenomenon: The Resurgence of Conservative Christianity (co-authors Ed Dobson and Jerry Falwell) (1981)
Dr. Ed Hindson and his wife, Donna, are natives of Detroit, Michigan. They have been married for 36 years and have three children, Linda, Christy and Jon, and four grandchildren.
The Popular Encyclopedia of Bible Prophecy is a Must Have. With Over 150 Topics from the World's Foremost Prophecy Experts.
More than one–fourth of the Bible was prophetic in nature at the time it was written. And Christ’s second coming is mentioned more than 300 times in Scripture. Clearly, God wants us to understand the last days — and what better way to do so than with this trustworthy and easy–to–use encyclopedic guide to Bible prophecy, which provides... a comprehensive overview of prophecy–related terms. Helpful illustrations that provide graphic pictures and timetables of the end times. Informative surveys of all the major prophetic viewpoints. Concise explanations that answer tough questions about Bible prophecy.
No library is complete without this popular–style resource with over 400 pages filled with thousands of facts about Christ’s return and the end times.
This project has brought together dozens of experts, including highly recognizable names such as Al Mohler, David Noebel, Gary Habermas and Dillon Burroughs, to focus on apologetics as well as topics that either rely on or can inform good apologetics. Over 150 signed entries are presented for both budding apologetics and well-versed veterans to easily access, most with multiple reference sources for deeper study.
Early church fathers, cults, heresies and philosophical ideas are given space to breathe alongside worldview, postmodernism, atheism and theories of truth. Extensive articles covering apologetics methods, Christ, the Bible, and God make this a thorough, comprehensive tome.
The book of Revelation is one of the most fascinating book ever written. It claims to be a vision of the end of the world. The reader is swept up into another time and another place as the panorama of the future unfolds before us. This final book of the biblical record is the capstone of divine revelation. In it, God reveals the great end-times drama that leads to Armageddon and beyond. Everyone is curious about the future.
There is something in human nature that wants to know what is going to happen next. God speaks to that need in our lives by revealing the future before it happens. That process is called a prophecy of future events. In this commentary, the goal is to help simplify the message of the Revelation so the reader can easily understand it.
Edward Hindson surveys the general content of this great book of prophecy with a view to keeping the big picture in mind, rather than being lost in all the details. This coupled with a series of study questions at the end of each chapter is designed to enable the reader to study the details of the Revelation on their own or in a group setting.
Faith is the key that unlocks the power of God in our lives. It enables us to live by His promises and experience His blessings in our personal lives. In Courageous Faith, Ed Hindson challenges us to live beyond the normal limits of life and experience the unlimited power of God on a regular basis.
Based on the lives of the Hebrew heroes of the Old Testament, this exciting book challenges us to overcome our obstacles, conquer our fears, realize our goals, and start over when we fail. It provides words of hope and help for life's greatest challenges. Dr. Hindson has a gift of communication that makes the Bible come alive before our eyes. Relive the greatest moments of faith and triumph in the lives of the men of God who dared to believe His promises in their lives.
Apologetics is a multi-faceted gem. Some facets are more polished than others, some seem clearer than others, but all make up the precious stone that helps us make sense of the faith. Here are presented many of the elements involved in the defense of the faith, which the apostle Peter encourages to develop ("...be ready always to give an answer to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you with meekness and fear...").
The Gospel of Matthew is all about the Kingthe King of the Jews, the King who came to die to save His subjects, the King who is coming again to establish His millennial kingdom, the King of Kings. That King is Jesus Christ. Matthew focuses on both the first and second comings of Christ, with the assurance that in both cases, indeed the King is coming! Hinson and Borland focus on Matthew, the tax collector turned disciple, as he writes to Jewish believers and unbelievers alike, taking into account the character and nature of the ministry of John the Baptist as the last of the prophets.
Edward Hindson is Professor of Religion, Dean of the Institute of Biblical Studies, and Assistant to the Chancellor at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. He has authored several books and also has served as co-editor of the Knowing Jesus Study Bible, associate editor of the Tim LaHaye Prophecy Study Bible, contributor to The Complete Bible Commentary, and as one of the translators for the New King James Version. Dr. Hindson is a member of the executive committee of the 'Pre-Trib Research Center' and has served as a guest lecturer at both Harvard and Oxford Universities.
James Borland is professor of Biblical Studies at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia and serves on the executive committee of the Evangelical Theological Society, of which he is a past president. He is the author of Christ in the Old Testament and Introduction to the New Testament. With more than thirty years of teaching experience, Dr. Borland specializes in biblical theology and New Testament studies.
Series Editor: Mal Couch is founder and former president of Tyndale Theological Seminary and Biblical Institute in Fort Worth, Texas. He served as a pastor for twenty years, and taught Theology and the Biblical Languages for fourteen years at Philadelphia College of the Bible, Moody Bible Institute, and Dallas Theological Seminary. His other publications include A Bible Handbook to Revelation, and Dictionary of Premillennial Theology. He is president of Scofield Ministries in Clifton, TX.
Thorough, balanced, and accessible---you'll reach for these just-right-sized commentaries every day! Covering the Old and New Testaments, they feature expanded study notes from the award-winning Zondervan KJV Study Bible; conservative scholarship from various denominations; new material by top evangelical scholars; penetrating verse-by-verse exposition; and more. No knowledge of Greek or Hebrew required! 2096 pages total, two hardcovers.
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