This book on the end times is sure to intrigue all. Just read what Kelly’s endorsers had to say about his book and purchase your copy!

“Entire forests have been cut down to provide paper for books on the end times, especially since the publication of The Late Great Planet Earth, by Hal Lindsey in the 1970s. Very few of them have combined piercing biblical exegesis with a broad understanding of the cultural and political situation in the world as a whole. In The Sixth Seal, Cliff Kelly provides a brilliant biblical understanding of the entire basis of the concept of ‘end times, ‘ as well as of the political and cultural challenges facing the body of Christ and the entire human race all over the world. No matter what kind of Millennialist you are, Kelly’s book makes more sense of the Scriptures and current global actuality than anything you are likely to read in the near future.” – Dr. David Aikman, author and journalist

“Cliff Kelly’s Sixth Seal is the easiest to understand and most plausible explanation of Biblical eschatology that I have ever read or heard. Those who are just beginning to study this most difficult finale of Scripture will appreciate a clear foundation with which to compare other interpretations. And those who are familiar with eschatology should find plenty to consider. Cliff’s vivid writing style, references and quotes from extensive reading supplement this fascinating subject. Perhaps God made such a terrifying series of events intriguing so that we would study it, and be more prepared for what God warns us is going to happen.” – Dr. Pamela Jason, professor of political science
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“By far the best book on the subject!”

Five Star Review on Amazon By Hunter

Dr. Kelly’s The Sixth Seal is by far the best book on the subject. I was lucky enough to read it before its publication, and it was one of those books that you can’t put down unless you’ve read it all.

The thing that distinguishes The Sixth Seal is its simple, yet beautiful, language that makes such a very complex theological topic fairly accessible. Almost every statement is backed up by several references in addition to the author’s amazing insight.

Though the book mainly targets Christian readers, even the most irreligious will find it a good read.

Finally, the writing style of Dr. Kelly will never disappoint the reader, as it is passionate, compelling, and extremely appealing.

I am giving it a 5-star rating only because I can’t give it a 6-star one.

About the Author

Dr. Cliff Kelly has served as Professor of Communication at several leading universities, both Christian and secular. His tenure as teacher and scholar includes a brief time as Vice President of Strategic Initiatives for the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews. Dr. Kelly also served as Senior Editor and Analyst for The Truth Project, Focus on the Family’s Christian Worldview Outreach program. Formerly the founding Director of Academics for Focus on the Family Institute, Cliff has also served on the faculty of Regent University, where he was founding Director of the Public Affairs Journalism graduate program; University of the Pacific; The Cleveland State University; and Liberty University. He received his bachelors and master’s degrees from California State University at Long Beach, and his doctorate degree in communication theory and research from Bowling Green State University. He has lectured, written and published most recently in the areas of political eschatology, communication theory, education, business communication, public policy, public affairs journalism, political communication, intercultural and nonverbal communication, comparative worldview studies, organizational communication, conflict resolution, and interpersonal and small group behavior. Dr. Kelly has been married to his wife, Suzette, since 1981, and they have two grown children, Christina and Christopher, both honors graduates of University of Colorado, Denver, and Sarah Lawrence College, respectively. Their household is filled with furry critters of various breeds, sizes and shapes, including Scout the Wonder Dog on the back cover. The Kellys attend New Life Church in Colorado Springs, pastored by Brady Boyd.

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