Two thousand years ago, the Greek philosopher Heraclitus said that “history is a child building a sand castle by the sea.” Most people today agree. The story of man, they say, is little more than an endless cycle of birth and death, building and destroying, evolution and revolution. No clear beginning, no present purpose, no clear end.
That approach to history raises one age-old question: What about God? Does the apparent absence of God from everyday affairs prove there is no Creator, no divine Guide for living, and no ultimate Judge of evil?
In Where in the World Is History Headed?, John MacArthur addresses the skeptic’s questions about the existence of God by examining the Bible’s own discourse on human history, the patience of God, the certainty of His return, and the reality of final judgment.