The End Times
Herman A. Hoyt
The author delves into the controversies of the end times, dealing primarily with premillennial, pretribulation eschatology, while giving consideration to conflicting viewpoints. It is a well-documented and understandable guide to the end times and is used extensively as a text in Bible colleges, Bible institutes, and seminaries.
Herman A. Hoyt (1909-2000) was one of the founding professors at Grace Theological Seminary in 1937. In 1962, he became president of Grace College and Seminary, a position he held until his retirement in 1976. His area of specialty was New Testament and Greek, but over the years he taught Hebrew, Old Testament, theology, and homiletics. A prolific writer, his work included major expositions of the books of Romans, Hebrews, and Revelation, along with Brethren ordinances and beliefs and eschatology.