This book is arranged into three parable episodes, and each parable episode has a central theme that is expressed fully in the title chosen. All three parable episodes are prophetic parable nonfiction, a new classification that infuses prophetic, ontological, and philosophical elements to produce parables of a singular inspirational nature leading to absolute truth and knowledge of the future of mankind. The title chosen for "Parable Episode I" is: "The Millennium Raptures." It is designed to discuss the Rapture and the events leading up to the Rapture from the eyes of a few individuals. Multiple raptures are revealed in this parable episode. God only knows the exact time for this event, and everyone should prepare for whatever day it could be. Whether the rapture occurs during the next fifty years or not, it will happen early in this new millennium. The title chosen for "Parable Episode II" is "The Millennium Tribulation." This episode is another prophetic parable nonfiction that is designed to illustrate the conditions facing the individuals that remain behind to experience the Tribulation that immediately follows the first global rapture. Once the answers are found, people try to help others before it is too late. There are the two major villains during the Tribulation, Lucifer and the Antichrist, and this parable episode will show who is really the Antichrist. The title chosen for "Parable Episode III" is "The Next Millennium" with a secondary title below this main title, which is "A Thousand Years Living In The New Earth And Heaven and Lucifer's Final Return." This parable episode is the final prophetic parable in this Trilogy. It continues with the story found in "Episode II." In the final chapters of "Parable Episode II," the Tribulation ends, and the new mankind starts enjoying life on the new earth. This last parable episode beautifully displays life on the new earth after the Tribulation. In "Parable Episode III," it tells how everyone deals with heaven on the new earth and the final danger of Lucifer after a thousand years of peace and happiness there. Besides dealing with the activities on the new earth, a detailed account of life in other star systems is given to illustrate the vastness and beauty of God's creation. The final answer to mankind's future is written in this parable episode.
The Millennium Trilogy In Three Parable Episodes by Ken, Ponder Anderson was published by Beam Me Up, Lord! Publishing House in April 2007. The ISBN for The Millennium Trilogy In Three Parable Episodes is 9780979390630.