[Readers might enjoy my essay, “How to Calculate When Jesus will come – without even being a prophet!” In it I deal with people who keep making false predictions.]
If I didn’t know better, I would have guessed the announced Bible, below, was a hoax. It is not.
The demonstrably false prophet John Hagee is not only making truckloads of money through his “non-fiction” books on prophecy…
…he also publishes his very own Bible with Thomas Nelson. Somehow I missed this, but it’s been around for a few years. This is the 2015 edition, due out this month. He is probably going to be updating some of his predictions that have failed over the past few years.
Jack Van Impe has his own prophecy Bible too.
Better to buy a Bible Bible for a few dollars, or read it online gratis, instead of an expensive Bible, filtered through the personal impressions of some teacher or another.
You are better than this, Thomas Nelson.
PS – an old friend just told me this isn’t the first “boutique study Bible”, that the Duck Dynasty also has their very own! Double shame.
And no, I don’t go along with the argument, “But if [this edition] gets just one person to read the Bible, then it’s justified!”
PS – no disrespect toward the Bible intended – but a friend suggested the following. At least I wouldn’t have to keep asking, “Are you kidding me?!” after every comment.