BIEDERWOLF'S CLASSIC THE SECOND COMING BIBLE
NOW REPUBLISHED BY SARKETT & ASSOCIATES, INC.
A 728-page compendium, it contains every verse in the Bible on the return of Jesus Christ, plus commentary by the author. Best described by its subtitle: The complete text of every scripture passage concerned with the second coming of Christ plus commentary on each verse.
A pastor, evangelist, and college president, William Biederwolf wrote in his introduction: “The author confesses to a ministry of twenty years without a single reference to the coming of the Lord.” He set about to become knowledgeable about this essential prophecy, and more than made amends with this text, saying “it has been at times difficult and laborious, but it has proven so richly remunerative that he has been already more than repaid.”
We trust the modern reader will be too.
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Background on William E. Biederwolf
of German parentage,
Young William had a distinctly spiritual side, as well. He aspired to become a Christian. Wikipedia tells the story this way: “Early in life he vowed to become a Christian. However, it did not happen until he was twenty years of age. By then he was teaching for a living. A Sunday school class began praying for him and each of the kids wrote him a letter, urging him to come out on the side of Christ. One boy even hooked up his mule team and drove over to invite Edward to church and offer him a ride. Edward went, and made the decision to use his life for Jesus.”
He next served in the Spanish-American war as a chaplain. The thoughtful young man’s very first book was the history of his regiment.
From 1900 on, he devoted his energies to evangelism. Competitive there just as on the gridiron, he imagined himself as directly pitted against Satan for the souls of the unconverted, and gave everything he had to prevail.
While a pastor, he wrote The Second
Coming Bible, originally published in 1924, then reprinted again in 1972 by
Biederwolf eventually became president of
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