What an intriguing blend of Old Testament prophecy and current events, forcing readers to juxtapose the horrific circumstances following the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 with the unfolding of extraordinary, dare we say prophetic, evidences of a God who warns of impending judgement while demonstrating His intrinsic supply of mercy and grace.
The author's obvious knowledge of biblical history and the ease with which he translates the ancient languages of the Bible, serves as compelling evidence to the fact that he views this book as a message to America, which he could not help but write. Despite the fact that it is heavy reading, "The Harbinger" is fascinating and thought provoking.
I'm puzzled why this author is read. He predicted an event for last fall that didn't happen. In the Bible, a false prophet is one who foretells something that doesn't then occur.
Similarities between Israel and America are no reason to link events that happened to Israel to what happens in America. It's Biblical teaching that a nation is blessed when it seeks after God and cursed when it doesn't. That's cause and affect and is seen on multiple levels.