- The Apocalypse Anthology edited, with introduction and notes by Louise M. Kawada. (1985)
- Collection of short stories and essays on the apocalypse and the views of various groups. Includes a bibliography.
- Wastelands : Stories of the Apocalypse , edited by John Joseph Adams (2008)
- Presents a collection of short stories from such authors as Stephen King, Orson Scott Card, John Langan, and Octavia E. Butler that focus on the end of the world.
- BeauSeigneur, James. In His Image ( Christ Clone Trilogy , Book 1) (2003)
- While examining the Shroud of Turin, Professor Harold Goodman discovers a cluster of living cells and successfully conspires to clone Jesus Christ, setting in motion a cataclysmic series of events.
- BeauSeigneur, James. Birth of an Age ( Christ Clone Trilogy , Book 2), (2003)
- In the wake of a nuclear holocaust in 2019 that has killed more than half a billion people, Christopher Goodman, who has been cloned from the ancient cells of Jesus Christ, learns that three asteroids have been sent to collide with and destroy the earth by two religious fanatics, one of whom claims to be the Apostle John.
- BeauSeigneur, James. Acts of God ( Christ Clone Trilogy , Book 3), (2003)
- As Earth teeters on the brink of extinction, Christopher Goodman, cloned from the cells of Jesus Christ, vows to save the remaining people from sickness and disease, but there are those who resist this new Messiah, threatening the balance of unity, which leads to a powerful battle between good and evil.
- Bell, Jadrian. A.D. 999 (1999)
- With the dawn of the new millennium, Satan wreaks havoc on England, and two people prophesied by the Book of Revelation must use all the magic power at their disposal to stop him.
- Codrescu, Andrei. Messiah (1999)
- When two extraordinary young women -- Felicity, a Creole orphan, and Andrea, an escapee from a Serbian POW camp -- meet in New Orleans in December 1999, they realize that together they are destined to embody the Messiah as Armageddon rages across the World.
- Folsom, Allan. Day of Confession (1998)
- A heart-thumping whirlwind of action, suspense and murder that reaches deep into the highest levels of Vatican power and uncovers a demonic scheme to massacre hundreds of thousands of Chinese in an attempt to establish a new Holy Roman Empire on the Chinese mainland in the twenty-first century.
- Gaiman, Neil and Terry Pratchett, Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch (1990)
- The world is going to end next Saturday, just before dinner, but it turns out there are a few problems -- the Antichrist has been misplaced, the Four Horseman of the Apocalypse ride motorcycles, and the representatives from heaven and hell decide that they like the human race.
- Gansky, Alton. Dark Moon (2002)
- Confusion reigns when an astronomy professor discovers a mysterious red stain on the moon that continues to grow until it is seen by the naked eye, and fringe groups begin to spout theories about alien invasions, while religious figures interpret the event to support their own agendas.
- Jensen, Jane. Millennium Rising (1999)
- Just after the millennium, a group of pilgrims of all faiths journey to the Mexican village of Santa Pelagia to witness a miraculous vision, including twenty-four people who experience their own apocalyptic dream that the Day of Judgment is at hand.
- King, Stephen. Desperation (1996)
- Several cross-country travelers -- including a writer, a family on vacation, and a professor and his wife -- end up in the little mining town of Desperation, where a crazy policeman and evil forces compel them to fight for their lives.
- LaHaye, Tim, The Left Behind series
- Based on fundamentalist interpretation of prophecies in the Biblical books of Revelation, Isaiah and Ezekiel, Left Behind tells the story of the end times, in which many have vanished, leaving the world shattered and chaotic. As people scramble for answers, a Romanian politician named Nicolae Jetty Carpathia, who has promised to restore peace and stability to all nations, rises to be the head of the United Nations. What most of the world does not realize is that Carpathia is actually the Antichrist of the Bible. Coming to grips with the truth and becoming born-again Christians, Rayford Steele, his daughter, Chloe, their pastor Bruce Barnes, and young journalist Cameron "Buck" Williams begin their quest as the Tribulation Force to help save the lost and prepare for the coming tribulation, in which God will rain down judgement on the world. The Left Behind series: Left Behind (1995); Tribulation Force (1996); Nicolae (1997); Soul Harvest (1998); Apollyon (1999); Assassins (1999); The Indwelling (2000); The Mark (2000); Desecration (2001); The Remnant (2002); Armageddon (2003); Glorious Appearing (2004); The Rising (2005); The Regime (2005); The Rapture (2006); and Kingdom Come (2007).
- Long, Jeff. Year Zero (2002)
- An archaeological manhunt is raging in the holy land -- a hunt for the historical Jesus. For Nathan Lee Swift, a young American field researcher and expectant father, the line between noble discovery and the plunder of ruins is sacred until the night he crosses it. At a Roman landfill beneath the crucifixion grounds known as Golgotha, Nathan Lee yields to his professor's greed and turns common grave robber. Hundreds of miles away, on the remote Greek island of Corfu, a wealthy collector pries open his latest black-market purchase -- a fourteen-inch holy relic containing a vial of blood dating back to the first century -- and unleashes a two-thousand-year-old plague. As the pandemic explodes from the Mediterranean basin and threatens to devour humankind, Nathan Lee gets a chance at redemption.
- Martin, Malachi. Windswept House (1996)
- An international cadre of top-level conspirators sets out to create a single global society by using the Vatican and its embattled pope to realize their ambitious and deadly schemes.
- Monteleone, Thomas F. The Reckoning (1999)
- Peter Carenza, a miracle-working product of a secret Vatican experiment, has become the new Pope, but instead of becoming the savior his creators hoped, he has become the Anti-Christ, and begins a mad quest to destroy the world.
- Moser, Nancy. Time Lottery (2002)
- Three individuals are faced with unprecedented and potentially history-changing decisions when asked to choose between a life lived in "Alternity," and the life they've lived in reality thus far.
- Myers, Bill. Eli (2000)
- A fiery car crash hurls TV journalist Conrad Davis into another world exactly like ours except for one detail -- Jesus Christ did not come 2,000 years ago, but today. Starting with angels heralding a birth in the back of a motel laundry room, the skeptical Davis watches the gospel unfold in today's society as a Messiah in T-shirt and blue jeans heals, raises people from the dead, and speaks such startling truths that he captures the heart of a nation.
- Peters, Ralph. The War After Armageddon (2009)
- Imagines a post-apocalyptic war launched by America in retaliation against Islamic extremists who have used nuclear weapons to destroy Los Angeles, Israel, and parts of Europe, a battle that is complicated by anti-Muslim Christian zealots.
- Phillips, Michael R. A Rift in Time (1997)
- When archaeologist Adam Livingstone's excavations in a remote part of Turkey threaten to reveal long-hidden secrets, Adam must avoid the evil forces that are determined to stop him, while confronting the issue of whether the revelations in the Bible are verifiable fact or pious myth. Robertson, Pat.
- The End of the Age (1995)
- When a meteor destroys the Pacific Rim and kills millions, the Christian Resistance faces off against a corrupt new world leader in a struggle of good against evil.
- Trussoni, Daniele. Angelology (2010)
- Having entered a convent at a young age, Sister Evangeline discovers a letter from famous philanthropist Abigail Rockefeller that reveals an ancient conflict between an angel society Evangeline is destined to join and the descendants of the Nephilim, ancient beings who were born of angels and human women.
- Frank, Pat. Alas, Babylon (1959)
- Deals with the effects of a nuclear war on a small Florida town.
- Lewis, C. S. The Space Trilogy
- The Space Trilogy , Cosmic Trilogy , or Ransom Trilogy is a trilogy of three science fiction novels. A philologist named Elwin Ransom is the hero of the first two novels and an important character in the third. The books in the trilogy are: Out of the Silent Planet (1938), set mostly on Mars; Perelandra (1943), set mostly on Venus and That Hideous Strength (1945), set on Earth.
- Miller, Walter M. A Canticle for Leibowitz (1959)
- First published in 1959 to critical acclaim and enduring popularity, the novel follows the struggle of the Monks of the Order of Saint Leibowitz to preserve the remnants of civilization after a nuclear war and wield them against tyranny.
- Peretti, Frank. This Present Darkness (1986)
- When a strange force of evil in the form of a shapeless shadow begins taking over the small town of Ashton, Marshall Hogan, editor of the local paper, is unknowingly helped by angels as he searches for a way to save his family.
- Peretti, Frank. Piercing the Darkness (1989)
- In the tiny farming community of Bacon's Corner, an attempted murder, a case of mistaken identity, and a lawsuit against a struggling Christian school all lead Sally Beth Roe to flee for her life.
- Peretti, Frank. The Visitation (1999)
- Former pastor Travis Jordan is forced to confront his religious beliefs when a series of miraculous events occurs in Antioch, Washington.
- Rand, Ayn. Atlas Shrugged (1957)
- The decisions of a few industrial leaders shake the roots of capitalism and reawaken man's awareness of himself as a heroic being, in this seminal novel, first published in 1957.