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Profits from new book "Miracles, Signs, Symbols and Judgment God's Plan for the End Times" to aid church, Haitian orphanage.
RICHMOND, Va. (PRWEB) March 16, 2013
Christian and author David Brown fears the world is becoming Bible illiterate. Now, he is releasing a commentary on the book of Revelation to assist others in their understanding.
“The lack of adequate understanding of scripture is magnified when one speaks of end times prophecy and the book of Revelation,” said Brown. “It is my belief that this lack of scriptural understanding makes up the root of many of our societal problems today.”
Through his experience of more than 30 years of ministering as an ordained elder and teaching the Bible at an adult level for more than 40 years, Brown has studied theology at the college level, though most of his knowledge has come from decades of personal study and reflection on God’s scripture. His new book, Miracles, Signs, Symbols and Judgment God's Plan for the End Times, answers more than 600 questions many have about the book of Revelation.
“It is my desire to lift the veil on this beautiful document of special revelation provided to John,” said Brown.
Brown is donating all profits from Miracles, Signs, Symbols and Judgment God's Plan for the End Times to two worthy charities: House of Hope, a Haitian orphanage, and a local church where he has ministered for the past 20 years.
Miracles, Signs, Symbols and Judgment God's Plan for the End Times
By David Brown
Available in paperback, hardcover and e-book.
About the author
David Brown studied mathematics and business at Richard Bland College and Virginia Commonwealth University. His religious education came from Kentucky Christian College and Liberty University in Virginia. He has been to Haiti more than 25 times and was a past board member of Haiti Outreach Ministries, where he oversaw the construction of schools, church buildings and healthcare facilities in the Port Au Prince, Haiti area.
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