Hal Lindsey

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Hal Lindsey (b. 1930 Houston, Texas) started his career as a tugboat captain. He then became an evangelical and a best-selling author. His first book The Late Great Planet Earth (1970), according to the New York Times, was "the number one best-selling book of the 1970's."[1]

He is famed and sought-after for his Chritian scripture-based prophecy. In his 1983 book The Rapture he recounts that in 1956 during a period of religious doubt he participated in a meeting with Jack Blackwell, then a young minster, who discussed biblical prophecy. He soon became convinced that current events are governed by the will of God in ways that interlock with biblical scriptue. [2]

Books about

  • Hal Lindsey and Biblical Prophecy, Cornelis Vanderwaal (C van der Waal) [1919-1980], Paideia Press, 1978, ISBN 0888150180, 139 pages (Book is favorable towards Lindsey's Christian Evangelism, unfavorable towards his dispensationalism)


  1. quote taken from Twentieth-Century Shapers of American Popular Religion, Charles H. Lippy (Ed.), Greenwood Press, 1989, ISBN 0-313-25356-0, pp.247-255
  2. Twentieth-Century Shapers of American Popular Religion, Charles H. Lippy (Ed.), Greenwood Press, 1989, ISBN 0-313-25356-0, pp.247-255
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