The Late Great United States: What Bible Prophecy Reveals About America's Last Days - eBook
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The Late Great United States: What Bible Prophecy Reveals About America's Last Days - eBook  -     By: Mark Hitchcock

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Title: The Late Great United States: What Bible Prophecy Reveals About America's Last Days - eBook
By: Mark Hitchcock
Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Multnomah
Publication Date: 2009
ISBN: 9781601421739
ISBN-13: 9781601421739
Stock No: WW12114EB

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Is it possible the United States, a superpower without peer in history, might not be a key player as the world makes its way down the road to the Battle of Armageddon?

This is the central question explored by prophecy expert Mark Hitchcock in The Late Great United States, a fascinating behind-the-headlines look at numerous current events and how they relate to what the Bible says about the last days.

Americans are accustomed to seeing their country center stage as a world power, but as Hitchcock carefully details, this may not be the case in the final scene. Based on extensive research of the Bible and other sources, The Late Great United States provides compelling and often surprising answers to questions like these:
•Does the Bible say anything about America in the last days?
•How could the U.S. fit into God’s prophetic plan?
•Will America survive?
•Might the anti-Christ come from America?
•Could America’s addiction to oil be her undoing?
•Will America be destroyed by a nuclear attack?
•Could America fall from within as a result of moral corruption?
•Is America still a “blessed” nation?
•How should individual Christians respond to a world in chaos?

Regardless of America's final fate and the outcome of dire events at the end of the age, Hitchcock urges us to find our hope in a God who will not forsake us–no matter what cataclysms we experience on earth.

Author Bio

Mark Hitchcock, Ph.D., an authority on Bible prophecy, has written fifteen books on the topic, including Iran: The Coming Crisis. A law school graduate, Mark was called to the ministry in the 1980s. After graduation from seminary, he became pastor of Faith Bible church in Edmond, Oklahoma, where he still serves. Mark lectures frequently on prophecy themes and has appeared on MSNBC, Fox News, and CNN. Mark and his wife, Cheryl, have two sons, Justin and Samuel.

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America's Last Days provides a comprehensive look into America's place in Bible Prophecy. It begins by laying out some key current events that strikingly foreshadow the end times, including the Israel-Hezbollah war, Iran crisis, and the North Korea nukes. The book then delves into the "America question," the real question that's on the mind of millions of people. Hitchcock presents various Bible passages where some Bible prophecy experts have suggested a reference to America. However, he concludes that America is not mentioned in the Bible. The rest of the book lays out a biblical scenario to support the notion that America will experience some cataclysmic fall in the end times and investigates the various ways this could logically occur in today's environment. America's Last Days finally builds the case that, though America is strangely missing from the pages of Scripture, a greater kingdom is coming of which all be Christians can be a part.

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