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Faber author exposes misleading practices of false prophets


newspaperUtilizing only the Scriptures as proof, author Jim Bushong’s “The End” reveals the hoax of a pre-tribulation rapture and prevents the acceptance of an antichrist of millions of Christians by prayer.

Discover why one-third of the church will lose their place in heaven after following the Antichrist by accepting the Mark of the Beast. The assurance of a Pre-Tribulation Rapture Theory has filled the pulpits of America by modern day prophets. But a line-by-line review of the book of Revelation of Jesus exposes the false message accepted by millions of Believers today.

Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.

Even as a serious student of the Bible, Bushong was like so many others that read God’s Word with a collection of preconceived notions assimilated over the years from the pulpit, religious books, and even the media. Unconsciously, of course, his assumptions about the meaning of Scriptural passages dictated how he “learned” God’s message.

An unexpected turn of events changed Jim’s life inexorably when he was diagnosed with Stage IV prostate cancer in January 2002. Given a prognosis of weeks to months because of the aggressive nature of his disease, he was prepared to go home to live out eternity with his Savior. He spent every possible moment in the Word or in prayer.

Today, Bushong spends his time cautioning fellow believers of impending tragedy because of the message of false prophets.



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