The end of the world


The author studies the end of the world as presented in the Bible where two are mentioned. A first one which is the opposite of the flood since it aims at reforming Pangea and a second one which puts an end to all life on earth.

The study also shows how humanity can have the chance to survive these two catastrophes.

This study concludes the series of 21 evangelical letters.

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The biblical wisdom of God and the very high intelligence of its applicability in human processes make this word of God fertile ground for understanding the things of the world and solid common sense material in knowledge of the things of God.

This is why the word mentions two ends of the world:


1st END OF THE WORLD: The one Jesus talks about in Matthew 28:20 which is linked to the one of the Apostle Peter in 2 Peter 3:5-6, and that I decided to call “the end of the world as we know it” (1st part of the letter).


2nd END OF THE WORLD: The one the Apostle John talks about in Revelation 21:1 which is linked to the one of the Apostle Peter in 2 Peter 3:7→13, and that I will call “the end of planet earth” (2nd part of my letter).

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158 pages



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A propos de l'auteur(e) : Paul Beaudoin

Diplômé en littérature (BACC, MA, cours de doctorat), l’auteur est retraité d’une carrière en enseignement collégial en langue et littérature française, mais il enseigne toujours la Bible depuis plus de trente-quatre ans.
Il a publié deux autres études bibliques aux éditions Sydney Laurent :
12 lettres évangéliques à un ami en 2020,
7 nouvelles lettres évangéliques à un ami en 2021,
Et un recueil de poésie inspiré de thèmes bibliques :
Le Royaume en dedans en 2021.

The author is retired from a career in college teaching French language and literature, but he has been teaching the Bible for over thirty-three years.
He has also written:
“12 evangelical letters to a friend” published in 2020, Sydney Laurent, 202 pages.
“7 new evangelical letters to a friend”, to be published in May 2021.