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Ed Hindson (born Edward Hindson on December 21, 1944) is an American Christian evangelist and current host of The King Is Coming, a syndicated television broadcast shown across the United States. Hindson has written more than twenty books that deal with Bible prophecy and the imminent return of Jesus. He is a professor of Old Testament studies and eschatology at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, and a frequent speaker on prophecy.
Hindson graduated from William Tyndale College in Farmington Hills, Michigan. He completed a DPhil at the University of South Africa and also holds a number of degrees such as an MA and ThD from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, ThM from Grace Theological Seminary and D Min from Westminster Theological Seminary.
Dr. Hindson was named Dean of Liberty University's School of Religion on November 20, 2013.http://www.liberty.edu/index.cfm?pid=18495&MID=106932
- Courageous Faith: Life Lessons From Old Testament Heroes. AMG Publishers (2003)
- God Is There in the Tough Times: Turning Your Disappointments into Hope. Harvest House Publishers (2003)
- Conquistando los Problemas Mas Dificiles de la Vida. Spanish House Inc. (2000)
- Earth's Final Hour. Harvest House Publishers (1999)
- Overcoming Life's Toughest Problems. Harvest House Publishers (1999)
- Is the Antichrist Alive and Well?: 10 Keys to His Identity. Harvest House Publishers (1998)
- Approaching Armageddon Harvest House Publishers (1997)
- End Times, the Middle East, and the New World Order. Victor Books (1991)
- The Seduction of Power. Fleming H Revell Company (co-author Ed Dobson) (1988)
- Fundamentalism Today. Sewall Company (co-author Ed Dobson) (1984)
- The Fundamentalist Phenomenon: The Resurgence of Conservative Christianity. Baker Publishing Group (co-authors Ed Dobson and Jerry Falwell) (1981)
"My greatest desire is to lift up Jesus Christ and proclaim His Gospel to the entire world."
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