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Mysteries of the Apocalypse (2006)

For thousands of years the world has watched for indications that pieces of the prophetic puzzle are falling into place. Since the ascension of Christ man has looked for signs of His return... See full summary »

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Singing / Church Member (as Chloe Gunther Chung)
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Eyewitness News Anchor #1
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News Anchor
Terri M. Truitt ...
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Seth Buchwald ...
False Jesus
Paige Cooper ...
News Anchor
Dale Evans ...
News Anchor
Susan Foley ...
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Garrett Masuda ...
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Disciple
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For thousands of years the world has watched for indications that pieces of the prophetic puzzle are falling into place. Since the ascension of Christ man has looked for signs of His return which mark the beginning of the end and that the Apocalyptic timeline is closing in. Wars, famines, persecutions grow rampant while false leaders push society closer to world-wide calamity. Is there a worse fate to come or are the end times here? Join us on this chilling expedition as theologians, scholars and military experts unlock this timeless enigma revealing the mysteries of the apocalypse! Written by Anonymous

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14 March 2006 (USA)  »

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19 December 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was intrigued by the great research and follow through of the production team. This must have been such an undertaking and I applaud the effort. I too rented the PPV version and was glued to the screen.

We are in a troubled time, but a little perspective is important. I learned a lot. I do believe that it is a controversial subject and so it should be scrutinized, but this piece did not take a side or decide on an outcome. In that view I see that the audience has the opportunity to rightly decide whether or not they believe the piece. I think that was the goal of the production. To make us think a little. I have seen numerous pieces that dealt with this subject matter and I did enjoy this. It was constructed in a way that made it easy to follow and that was appealing to me to watch it to the end. I'm sure there will numerous titles of this nature as it is a subject that is in constant interest to the public on all levels.


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