Mideast Beast completes and establishes the revolutionary argument introduced in Joel Richardson's Islamic Antichrist, namely that the Antichrist will be a Muslim, whose empire will arise out of the Middle East. Whereas most students of the Bible have long held that some form of humanism or universalist religion would catapult the Antichrist to world power, Mideast Beast: The Scriptural Case for an Islamic Antichrist systematically proves from that the long awaited system of the Antichrist is even now before us and knocking at our door. Through a highly scholarly, theologically grounded, yet simple presentation, Richardson thoroughly corrects the objections of critics, establishing beyond a doubt, the Biblical case for an Islamic Antichrist. With large segments of the Christian missionary movement embracing a heretical method of outreach to Muslims known as "Chrislam" or "The Insider Movement", Mideast Beast cuts to the core of the matter, revealing the true nature and origins of Islam
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As the title implies, Prophecy and Current Events in the Middle East: Framing Israels and Americas Future traces Old and New Testament prophetic events beginning with the patriarch Abrams fathering of two sons who form the roots of religions now at war. It details how the fulfillment of these events is impacting the world today and will impact the world in the near future. The book documents ancient prophecies fulfilled through the modern miraclethe nation of Israeland it delves into yet-to-be-fulfilled prophecies of future wars that Israel will be forced to fight. It documents the construction of the third temple, and it examines ancient prophecies of a future tribulation time, Gods hand in Israels survival, and his role in the total destruction of their enemies. The book documents how the prophecies of Old Testament prophets, such as Daniel, Ezekiel, Zechariah, Jeremiah, Joel, Asaph, and Isaiah, correlate perfectly with New Testament prophecies of Jesus and the apostles John, Paul, Peter, and Jude to show Gods power and total control as this present age comes to an end.
"In 'The Islamic Antichrist', Richardson exposes Western readers to the traditions of Islam and predicts that the end times may not be far away. His book will stun readers unaware of the similarities between the Antichrisst and the "Islamic Jesus." His research on the relationship between Christian end-time prophecy and Islamic expectations of world domination will shock readers and shape the debate over radical Islam for years to come. This is the book to read to understand Islam's potential role in fulfilling the prophecies of the Bible" --Cover, p. 2.
Increasingly many are concerned about the direction the world is headed, about the rise of terrorism and Islam, and what is seen as the decline of America. The big question is, "Where is all this leading us?" The book of Revelation is the record of earth's last seven years, recording where the apostasy of the church is leading us; where the brutality of the Islamic State is steering us; why Great Britain, the United States, Russia, and Islam is on the world stage influencing world events; how the New World Order with come into existence; where the Antichrist among us today?" Revelation and the Age of Antichrist is truely a twenty-first century guide through the book of Revelation.
“What I appreciate about There Were Giants on the Earth in Those Days … and Also After That, is that it is not only intelligible but is enjoyable to read. It doesn’t require the reader to know a lot about eschatology but provides them a learning experience, as the author has done extensive research and study to uncover the mysteries of the Bible, which has all the answers. It tells what is going to happen in the future. “The book deals with how Lucifer was cast out of heaven when he rebelled against God and how sin first entered into the world in the garden of Eden. It shows how Satan has battled against God and His plan to provide salvation through faith in Jesus Christ. “Subjects like giants in the land, the flood, false religions, Islam, secret societies, UFOs, and others are discussed. The Federal Reserve, and HAARP, by which they are trying to control the weather, the Rapture, the new world order, the mark of the beast, and the Antichrist are all dealt with according to the Word of God. “I recommend the entire book be read in order to experience the benefits of the author’s laborious efforts to cover the past, the present, and the future of our world.” —Rev. David Lathrem, associate pastor Lee Boulevard Baptist Church
In 1969, teenaged heiress Kimberly Martin enters a seedy Georgia bar, desperate to end her haunting dreams of alien abduction—but she instinctively knows they are more than just dreams. Aliens are preparing her womb for an implanted hybrid and she has a plan she hopes will stop them, but Kim has no idea that her act of defiance is about to unleash a stream of events that will catapult her and others to the precipice of a plot to take over the world. Kimberly's brother, Benny, learns that Kimberly is a candidate for insemination and he must shepherd Earth's people to a new dawn. Sarah Matheson is visited by what she thinks is an angel who performs a strange procedure on her. In Illinois, Chris Altenbrook walks away from a potentially lucrative athletic career to enter the priesthood without any idea of what lies ahead. Precipice is a fast-paced adventure of attempted murder, Vatican intrigue, world domination, and cosmic conspiracies as three families uncover the powerful truths that await this generation.
The Time Is Near, the second and final volume of a paired set, builds upon the foundations laid in the first volume to offer a comprehensive and systematic interpretation and explanation of the final book of the BibleRevelation. The author, Ian Foley, summarizes the findings of the first volume before turning to an exploration of this often misunderstood biblical book. This volume explains how two books of apocalyptic literature, Daniel and Revelation, have similar structures, display similar styles of writing, and offer seamlessly connecting content. The benefit of this comparison comes in recognizing that the ambiguities and confusions of meaning that typically accompany readings of Revelation fade away. The reader then receives a clear view of a complete prophetic picture of Gods plan for his world, stretching from 605 BC to the end of this age and beyond. In its thirty-two parts, The Time Is Near presents concise statements of position that begin with Daniel, dwell on Jesus and Paul, and then focus primarily on Revelation. By offering this overall summary of a clear word of prophecy and by supporting it with immersion in the Bible and reflection on historical events, The Time Is Near invites readers reflection and testing. In a time in which the worldwide church faces great challenges, The Time Is Near speaks clearly of refreshingly new insights that will help Christians to face those challenges and to resolve their uncertainties about the meaning of Revelation for this world and the next.
Isaac Tinker is graduating from college, but his faith in God is being tested by the events of the tribulation. His father tried to prepare him but fell into sin. His mother has forsaken her faith. His boss has doubts about him. His roommate has been deceived. As the world encounters the Antichrist, the False Prophet, terrorism, food shortages, famine and disease, and persecution, Isaac reminisces about his time with his father and tries to make sense of it all. Who should he believe? What will be his fateful decision? Victor Willis Gutzler gave his life to Jesus in 1987 and asked God for a wife one year later. God answered his prayer in 1989 and has blessed him and Fay with two boys, Matthew Azariah and David Zephaniah. Victor has worked as a public school teacher, database specialist, and a GIS programmer analyst. God has led him to take a brief sabbatical and write his first book, The Prophet, in an effort to encourage backseat Christians to seriously consider the veracity of their faith in Jesus and prepare them for the real deception that is to come. "In these last days, as the Body of Christ across the earth is awakening to the central role of Islam in Bible prophecy and the Last Days, Victor Gutzler's novel The Prophet is both deeply prophetic and instructive."-Joel Richardson, teacher and author of The Islamic Antichrist and The Mideast Beast
New York Times bestselling author Joel Richardson carefully explores what is arguably the greatest prophetic mystery in all of the Bible. Mystery Babylon is an in-depth look at the prophecy of Revelation 17 and 18. Richardson dissects the longest prophecy in the New Testament the final chapters of the Bible in order to make sense of these deeply elusive and profoundly controversial passages. In his characteristically easy-to-understand style, Richardson works through the history of Christian interpretation of Mystery Babylon, weighing the strengths and weaknesses of each view, making a powerful case for a solution to this prophecy that will rock the prophecy world. Divided into three parts Mystery Babylon Richardson exposits Scripture in part 1, examines the more common positions in part 2, and invites the reader to a powerful conclusion in part 3. "
That was the Gospel of Mahomet to turn all things upside down, and to bring all things to confusion... John Calvin Any endeavor to lead Muslims to Christ comes with its own unique frustrations. Attempts to get Muslims into Gods Word often seem to go nowhere. Islam generates a steady stream of barricades and firewalls that systematically thwart efforts to share the good news of Jesus Christ. Ironically enough, the hidden opportunities to lead Muslims to Christ may actually be found in the very assaults Muslims make on core Christian doctrines. Islamic theology conforms to a certain pattern of spiritual reversal when contrasted against sound Christian doctrine. By recognizing these patterns, Christians can find new ways to interact with Muslims in a manner that is nonconfrontational without denying the exclusivity and power of the gospel. With prayer and love, the follower of Christ may use these antiparellels, or inversions, to find a unique and peculiar avenue to share the good news with Muslims. At a time when most authors about Islam are either inexperienced or unbalanced, Robert Sievers approaches the subject in a responsible manner, neither naive nor fearful. If you would like to learn more about Islam and how followers of Christ should respond to this great challenge, then I highly recommend The Islamic Inversion. Joel Richardson, author of Islamic Antichrist, Mideast Beast, and When a Jew Rules the World. Robert Sievers earned a Masters of Religion with an emphasis on Islamic Studies from Urbana Theological Seminary. He leads seminars on Islam and blogs about Islam at www.unravelingislam.com.