Richard Denis was born in the early 1950s and grew up in a suburb of Cleveland. He came from a family of five children and learned to endure the struggles of family life. Those lessons in life gave him inspiration to seek a higher standard in the world. He attended college where he received his Bachelor of Science degree; afterwards, he went to graduate school where he earned his Master of Science degree.
He is a devoted husband and father who raised two daughters. He has been actively involved in the community and his church. He has always been a God-fearing man who lives a Christian lifestyle and follows the Golden Rule. He has found it fulfilling to help people of need and has worked with disabled children, given time to elderly people at nursing homes, offered support and volunteer time at local soup kitchens, and rendered his talents at Habitat for Humanity.
The Bible has plenty to say about end times. But until now, there has been no other book that—in straightforward prose that’s easy to understand —gathers ten scriptural prophecies, lays out a chronological checklist, and offers a guideline for sorting it all out. In What in the World Is Going On? Dr. David Jeremiah answers the hard questions, including these: "How is prophecy playing out in modern Europe?" "Why does Israel matter?" "How are oil reserves and Islamic terrorism related?" "Does the United States play a role in prophecy?" "How should we live in the end times?"
Events unfolding in today’s world are certainly unsettling, but they need not be confusing or frightening. Now you can know the meaning behind what you see in the daily news—and understand what in the world is going on!
“A clear, compelling primer on God’s heart for Israel and the dramatic Bible prophecies that will unfold in these last days. What I loved most is that David Jeremiah unashamedly examines and explains the biggest global trends of our day through the Third Lens of Scripture. And his description of Jesus’ unconditional love and compassion for Jews and Muslims is alone worth the read!”
—Joel C. Rosenberg, New York Times best-selling author, The Last Jihad and Epicenter: Why the Current Rumblings in the Middle East Will Change Your World