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The Rapture of the Church is one of the pivotal points in all of human history, and it is also a point of contention for those who study prophecy. Ankerberg (The Passion and the Empty Tomb: The Case for the Resurrection of Jesus) and Burroughs (Comparing Christianity with World Religions) parse global machinations and help bring seemingly random elements into a cohesive whole by introducing current world events and issues into the pre-tribulation rapture model. Ranging from Lebanon's Hezbollah movement to Islam's own version of the Messiah, and covering prophetical ground from both Testaments, this quickly focuses on the important aspects of the coming conflict in the Middle East.
As timely as today's headlines, and ultimately more important, this is a great resource for understanding the Islamic worldview, getting a larger grasp on the situation in the Gulf, or understanding pre-trib eschatology.
Number of Pages: 175
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
|Dimensions: 8.5 X 5.5 (inches)|
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The news headlines from the wartorn Middle East are constantly changing, and though those countries are on the opposite side of the globe, the events unfolding there have a powerful effect on America. But the complexity of all thats happening makes it difficult to understand what it means and how it affects us. Authors John Ankerberg and Dillon Burroughs help bring clarity to the issues as they answer these important questions:
- Why does peace continue to elude the Arab nations and Israel?
- What part does Middle East oil have in all this?
- Where do Iran, Lebanon, and Hezbollah fit into the big picture?
- What can we expect from todays new breed of terrorists?
- What does the United States have at stake?
Readers who have perceived the Middle East conflict as too complicated to understand will gain a new appreciation for how todays events fits into Gods plan for the future.
skyesydneyAge: 25-34Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5interesting readFebruary 24, 2011skyesydneyAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5this was an interesting read for me, I am not too savvy with middle east and prophetic literature, so, it was a bonus for me that the book was easy to understand, for the beginner like me, but I imagine a challenge for the more experienced reader too, interesting ideas.