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Jerusalem Countdown

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Submitted by Roger Olsen (Norway), Jan 7, 2007 at 14:22

Jerusalem Countdown (by John Hagee)
The question is rhetorical, but it is something that flashes in our minds everytime we hear about wars and rumors of wars...as we see tragedies like september 11th and other terrorist attacks. This book covers the underlying problems of the clash of cultures in the Middle East and also a theory of what's to come of it. Hagee has solid Biblical research into this book and this is definitely a must read for anyone interested in eschatology. I also recommend a complementary title, Apocalyptic Secrets of the Hebrew Sanctuary, which covers similar themes but also a perspective from the book of Daniel and how it applies to history.

With Iran building nuclear weapons we can see biblical prophesy unfolding before our very eyes!

This book may be politically incorrect...but it is prophetically correct! Some people may say hogwash and bury their heads in the sand...but I tend to wonder if they have really sat down and read the Old Testament...especially Ezekiel... An excellent book by Pastor Hagee (a biblical scholar & Theology graduate of Oral Roberts University) and biblically correct!


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