Iraq: Babylon of the End Times?

Title

Iraq: Babylon of the End Times?

Department

Christian Studies

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Description

Do current events in Iraq and the Middle East signal the beginning of the end-times?

Authors Pate and Hays believe in biblical prophecy, but they also know it is crucial to distinguish correct interpretations of prophecy from incorrect ones. Iraq: Babylon of the End-Times? provides a sensible approach to examining current events in the Middle East in light of biblical prophecy and geopolitical history.

With clear and persuasive arguments it sheds like on questions such as: Are the political enemies of America the biblical enimies of God? How accurate is the biblical interpretation popularized by the Left Behind series? What is the significance of Saddam Husseines self-idetification with Nebuchadnezzar? According to Bible prophecy, must Babylon be rebuilt and destroyed again? Are the modern-day Iraqis related to the ancient Babylonians? Could the prophet Daniel refer to the European Union or the United Nations?

This book is a healthy and hopeful correcctive to looming end-times misconceptions. It i/p>also a reminder that Christian are part of the universal church, whose message is one of hope for all the nations of the world. (From the Back Cover.)

Authors Pate and Hays believe in biblical prophecy, but they also know it's crucial to distinguish correct interpretations of prophecy from incorrect ones. Iraq-Babylon of the End-Times? provides a sensible approach to examining current events in the Middle East in light of biblical prophecy and geopolitical history. (From the Back Cover.)

ISBN

801064791

Publication Date

3-1-2003

Document Type

Book

Publisher

Baker Books

City

Grand Rapids, MI

Publisher Statement

Copyright 2003 Baker Books

Keywords

prophecy, Bible, Saddam Hussein

Disciplines

Biblical Studies

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