OK, I'll admit it. A Case for Amillennialism has sold far more copies than I ever dared hope that it would. But my second book, Man of Sin, hasn't sold nearly as many copies. I thought a book on the Antichrist, written from the perspective of Reformed amillennialism, would sell quite well, and fill a big hole in available eschatological resources.
While I am thankful for every copy sold, I thought I ought to gin things up a bit, you know, try and sell more books. So, I thought about repackaging Man of Sin as my spiritual autobiography. Hence the "auto-biographical" cover art (above). But who cares about my struggle with sin (besides my wife and my dog)?
Then it hit me. If dispensationalists can continually repackage their old books in light of current events (such as John Walvoord's thrice repackaged Armageddon, Oil, and the Middle East Crisis), why can't I do the same, especially with an election coming.
So, with a little help from my friends @ Noise Collusion, here's what I came up with. Who says Reformed amillennarians can't relate their eschatology to current events? What do you think?