The Great Pyramid: Prophecy in Stone

The Scriptures say that God established wonders in the land of Egypt. When was the Great Pyramid built? Who was the builder? Why was it built? These are questions that continue to be debated by archaeologists, astronomers, other scientists, and historians.

The noted historian Josephus wrote that the Great Pyramid was built by the descendants of Seth, before the flood, to record the knowledge of the heavens.

As brought out by the author, there is evidence that the Great Pyramid also incorporates a prophetic timetable for coming events, including the coming Tribulation and the return of Jesus Christ.

With words and pictures, Noah Hutchings take the reader on an exciting tour of the Great Pyramid of Cheops, and many other wonders, including the Sphinx, Memphis, Sakkara, Luxor, and Karnak.

Author Bio:
Noah Hutchings was born December 11, 1922 in Southeast Oklahoma near Hugo. His father lost the farm during the 1929-30 market collapse, and Noah lived with his grandmother who drew a Civil War pension. In 1938-39, he worked for the Franklin D. Roosevelt NRA farm program. Noah also served in WWII which included three years in the South Pacific theatre as a radar operator for a 16-gun, 90 mm Antiaircraft Bn the first half and director of field artillery for the First Cavalry Armored Division the second half.

After WWII, Noah went back to school and graduated with a degree in business law, management, and accounting from Hills University. He went to work as an accountant for Southwest Radio Church Ministries in April, 1951, and after the death of the founder, Dr. E.F. Webber in 1959, he became more involved in direct ministry. He has written more than 100 books, including his latest, “40 Irrefutable Signs of the Last Generation”. He has participated in or produced more than 20,000 radio programs and many additional TV programs. He has been personally involved in dozens of missions to Russia, China, Mongolia, Central America, and other countries. He has also led Bible tours to many foreign countries, including 53 just to Israel. At 88, he continues to work six days a week with teaching at church on Sunday. He has three daughters, Cathy, Cheryl, and Carol, and lives with his wife Kim in Oklahoma City.