John Hagee's treatise explores the causes and effects of terrorism in America today, looking at the complex issue of 9/11 and escalating rumors of war and terror at home and abroad. Examining America's spiritual poverty, the historical antagonism between Jews and Arabs, the significance of the Temple Mount and the signs of the end times, he illustrates how each element falls into place during these end days. 275 pages, softcover.
In March of 2001, John Hagee published The Battle for Jerusalem, which warned that the escalating conflict in the Middle East would reach American shores and the American people would not be spared from the violence. On September 11, that horrible prediction came true. Attack on America brings that book up to the minute, answering questions that have risen from the tragedy, including: Why has this happened to America? How should America respond? Is there biblical prophecy that forewarned of this attack? Hagee, a respected Middle East scholar, uses his extensive knowledge of current affairs, history, and biblical teachings to craft the comprehensive book on both what has happened and the centuries old-conflict behind it. He also takes a hard look at what this new step in the struggle will mean for America-and the world-in the days and years to come.