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Vendor: Multnomah Books
Publication Date: 2010
Availability: In Stock
The events wracking the Middle East today are confusing to even the most avid news buff. Now all the answers to your questions are offered in just one resource. Divided into five main sections, Iran: The Coming Crisis contains the most up-to-date, thorough information available and is complete with maps, charts, and timelines for visual assistance. Irans past, present, and future are exposedthe countrys quest for nuclear weapons and support of Palestinian terror groups, its ability to "play the oil card," and Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejads apocalyptic beliefs that motivate his actions. Youll discover the truth about todays events, how they relate to Bible prophecy, and what the Bible clearly describes is yet to come. Its a crisis unlike any the world has ever faced.
Are We Headed for a Nuclear Jihad?
"Israel must be wiped off the map," Iran president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said it himself. He has denied the Holocaust, and his actions are motivated by a dangerous apocalyptic view of Islam. Meanwhile, Islamic extremists are in hot pursuit of nuclear weapons as they stand as gatekeepers to the Persian Gulf oil flow. Closer to home, President Bush has stated that the greatest threat to America is nuclear terrorism.
In a prophecy written over 2,500 years ago, Ezekiel 38-39 foretells Iran s future. Iran , Russia , and other Islamic nations will invade Israel in the end times. Today, the connection between Iran and Russia only grows. How close is this invasion?
What will happen?
Will America survive?
Will the world?
Mark Hitchcock , an expert in Bible prophecy, exposes Iran s past, present, and future with striking clarity. Find maps, charts, and answers to your every question inside.
"I highly recommend Mark as a faithful guide to understanding current events in light of Gods wonderful plan of prophecy."
-Tim LaHaye, Pastor and bestselling author
Story Behind the Book
There seems to be no turning back from the looming crisis in the Middle East. The Islamic and political rulers of Iran are set in their ideology by principle. The West and Israel are headed for some sort of confrontation economically, socially, and likely militarily. Mark Hitchcock s background as a lawyer, pastor, and expert in Bible prophecy suits him perfectly as a Christian authority on the subject. Timing is critical, and his new book will release as more and more everyday peopleChristians and non-Christians alikerealize the gravity of world events and question how they relate to Bible prophecy.
From the Trade Paperback edition.