Showing posts with label Books. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Books. Show all posts

Monday, April 10, 2017

Fire from the Skies, Fire from the Heavens

Fire from the Skies, Fire from the Heavens

by Helen Tzima Otto PhD

This study establishes that the prophecies referred to in the Roman Catholic prophetic literature as the Warning, the Miracle, and the Chastisement constitute most important events of the End Times, and prophetic references to them in fact have begun with the New Testament and the Book of Revelation. The relenant passages are analyzed in detail to provide all necessary links and prove the utmost importance and imminence of these events. Concerning the Warning and the geophysical disturbances around that time, the Synoptic Gospels provide the first glimpses on the earthquakes and innundations that will be, in the very words of the Lord, "as in the times of Noah". The book dedicates an entire chapter to a Scandinavian seer, Anton Johanson, who provided us in the beginning of the 20th century with a detailed description of all of the physical dimensions of the cometary impact experiences. His vision details the various types of catastrophies associated with the mechanics of the electromagnetic pull and what parts of the globe will be influenced in what particular way.

Saturday, April 8, 2017

Books from Verenikia Press

For those interested in Catholic prophecy, check out the series of books by Dr. Helen Tzima Otto.

Her biography is located here at the site of her publishing company Verenikia Press.

According to the site, the Verenikia Press is a small publisher serving the End Times Christendom, as a whole. Our studies provide, besides a thorough politico-economic analysis of the trends in the world today in anticipation of the much prophesied WWIII, also translation, detailed analysis and interpretation of Eschatological prophecies on all major issues of our times, from a great variety of sources, beginning with the Christian Bible and the Sibylline Oracles all the way to the present.  Our books follow a rigorous multi-disciplinary approach to research and analysis and present the final findings with Denominational impartiality.

Their complete book list is available here.

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Prophecy for Today

Another terrific book on Catholic Prophecy. Along with Yves Dupont's "Catholic Prophecy", this is one that I've found myself referring back to on many occasions.

Monday, March 15, 2010

Catholic Prophecy

In my opinion this is probably the best of prophecy that I've read.

It covers the Great Catholic Monarch, the Holy Pope, and the period before Antichrist, with excellent, excellent commentaries by Yves Dupont. It's amazing that so many prophecies from various countries and different centuries all speak about the same time and the same historical characters. It also shows the coalescing of Saints' prophecies on our times and our immediate future.

Thursday, January 28, 2010

Medjugorje from a Protestant perspective

On October 27, 1985, in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, newspaper publisher and columnist, Wayne Weible, first learned of the phenomenon occurring in the little town with the unpronounceable name. Sensing that there might be material for his column, he decided to pursue the story. Already he had a tie-in in mind that would be perfect for the season: "As we prepare to celebrate the miracle of christmas, a modern-day miracle may be taking place in an obscure village in Yugoslavia . ". The following evening, reviewing a videotape documentary of the events at Medjugorje, he realized that there was far more to it than one column. As it turned out, there were eight, and as requests poured in for reprints, to cut down on copying and postage costs he reproduced them in tabloid form. Wayne Weible wrote "Medjugorje the Message" as the first book about Medjugorje from a Protestant perspective. It may be the most penetrating from any perspective.

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

A good pre-marriage books for couples

Christopher West's book "Good News About Sex and Marriage: Answers to Your Honest Questions About Catholic Teaching" was another "must read" among my Catholic Young Adult group. It asks questions that couples might be embarrassed to ask themselves and gives answers that are comprehensive, straight to the point, theologically sound, and pastorally sensitive. It's a great teaching resource for couples about the beauty of the sexual dimension of their relationship.

Saturday, January 23, 2010

Pope John Paul II views of the Theology of the Body

Back when I was involved in my local Catholic church group about ten years ago this was one of the more popular books among our members who were study group about the Theology of the Body. A group leader recommended that we read "Love and Responsibility" by Pope John Paul II. The book is fascinating in that we can see the beginnings of his theology being developed. People often look at the Catholic church as being "against sex" and saying that Catholics think sex is dirty, etc. Obviously, this could not be farther from the truth, but John Paul shows us how God's plan for our salvation is tied into God's plan for our human relationships.

Saint Faustina's Diary

The "Diary of Saint Maria Faustina Kowalska: Divine Mercy in My Soul by Saint Faustina" is the bestselling book that birthed the Divine Mercy movement, one of the fastest growing movements in world today. This amazing narrative will stir your heart and soul while it chronicles the experience of a simple Polish nun.   This book isn't one where you just sit down and read from front to back. It's one that should be read in segments with time to think about what you just read. The way this book is written is not a narrative (even though it could be read this way), but rather a series of entries into her diary.

Friday, January 22, 2010

NAB Catholic Serendipity Bible by Lyman Coleman

The NAB Catholic Serendipity Bible by Lyman Coleman is likely the best Catholic bible that I've owned and I've given out as gifts to friends. It includes 200 general group studies and 60 course plans that address the needs of ten different groups of men, women, singles, youth, recovery, and more. In our church group we used for our bible studies and it was spawned some excellent conversations. The Bible's questions and suggested readings cover topics including discipleship, to intimacy, to employment, to growing older, to abuse, grief, and loss.

Thursday, January 21, 2010

A Concise History of the Catholic Church by Thomas Bokenkotter

Thomas Bokenkotter's "A Concise History of the Catholic Church" is excellent book which summarizes the Catholic Church from its early foundations to the present day. I used this book in one of my undergraduate courses on Theology and it provided a detailed history of the Church from its early foundations through to Vatican II.

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Prophecy For Today by Edward Connor

Edward Connor's "Prophecy for Today" is another terrific book. Along with Yves Dupont's "Catholic Prophecy", this is another that provides a Catholic perspective. I'd recommend this book for any Catholic who is interesting is learning a different view of what will be happening in the coming years according to Catholic prophecy.