The Bio



No doubt many of you will want to know what my beliefs are but I don't believe they are unimportant where this book is concerned. What matters most is what you believe. It also matters a great deal what you call fact vs what you call theory as that can have a dramatic affect on what you believe is true. In the end, I want you to have all the facts as you read and work out your own salvation.

From the book:

Allen L. Harris was born in Oklahoma and lives outside of Dallas Texas. He has a bachelor’s degree and is a 20 year veteran of Christian studies primarily devoted to “end times” theology. He has a wife and two children and a rescue Corgi named Sir Henry. He enjoys studying “systems” of various types and can regularly be found experimenting with gardening, aquaponics and aquaculture.


Also from the book:

If you’re going to read anything meant to be persuasive, you need to know a little about the author and understand any bias he/she may have. There have been two separate pastors in my life that have, upon seeing me for the first time, asked if I were a pastor. Actually, the first pastor said something along the lines of, “Oh yeah, he should be a pastor” to a friend of mine. The second pastor walked by me at a funeral, looked up at me and asked, “Are you a pastor?” When I said no, he said, “You should be. You have the mark.” This is probably the same spiritual marking we read about in Revelation. I wish I had asked a few questions about this mark. The first pastor would go on to say that he believed that the Revelation topic would be my focus and “many people would be saved because of it.” That’s certainly something you don’t forget.


Later on I asked God when would I get this project done for him as I prayed before bed one night. I had a dream that night that told me that barriers had to be removed first. I think that had to do with many life distractions. Work, hobbies, second jobs, etc. It also could have been about something bigger than me.

God has had his hand on me from an early age. Perhaps stepping forward to be baptized at the age of 5 or 6 in front of all those adults had something to do with that. I believe that everything I am today is useful in the advancement of this topic. A degree in design, a career in marketing, a curiosity for the unknown, overcoming a fear of public speaking and making presentations, the countless books I’ve read and the people I’ve worked for and met, all of that has helped prepare me to write this book and teach on this topic. I believe that God speaks to me in between the lines of the bible and sometimes in dreams. He has done this quite a few times.


I believe that the more you study something, the clearer it gets. With 20 years of studying this topic under my belt, I’d like to show you just how clear all of this is to me.