Item description for A Palace for the Antichrist: Saddam Hussein's Drive to Rebuild Babylon and It's Place in Bible Prophecy by Joseph Chambers...
Overview For centuries, the wind whipped and the sand swirled around a crumbling city in the Middle East. Babylon itself, so prominent in the ancient world, was thought by many to be an uninhabited haunt for the spirits of wickedness and debauchery. Indeed, the Bible speaks of judgment for "Mystery Babylon"...but that has not yet happened! God's wrath against this place of evil is yet future. A Palace for the Antichrist has been carved out of years of study and a personal visit to Babylon by the noted Bible researcher Dr. Joseph Chambers. Invited just before the Gulf War, Chambers made good use of his hosts' openness and documented the rebuilding of the city of Babylon by none other than Iraqi President Saddam Hussein. The result is nothing less than a literal witnessing of major Bible prophecy being fulfilled.
Publishers Description Drawing from years of study, respected Bible scholar Joseph Chambers makes a strong case for the ancient city of Babylon rising out of relative obscurity to become the seat of power for the coming Antichrist. A view of Bible prophecy never before seen.
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Studio: New Leaf Press (AR)
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.36" Width: 5.24" Height: 0.67" Weight: 0.8 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 1996
Publisher New Leaf Press/Master Books
ISBN 0892213337 ISBN13 9780892213337
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More About Joseph Chambers
Dr. Joseph R. Chambers is the Senior Minister of Paw Creek Ministries in Charlott, NC.
Reviews - What do customers think about A Palace for the Antichrist: Saddam Hussein's Drive to Rebuild Babylon and It's Place in Bible Prophecy?
Solid information for prophecy studies Sep 18, 2000
The title of the book is slightly misleading. The first few chapters are indeed about Saddam Hussein's rebuilding of Babylon. Yet, the rest of the book educates the reader about what events will happen before, during, and after the "rebuilding of Babylon". If you are interested in the study of prophecy then this book will interest you. If you are looking for an indepth study of Iraq, Hussein, and/or the rebuilding of Babylon then chances are you will come away disappointed. Fortunately for me, it was like finding a diamond in a pile of rocks and God allowed me to gain a blessing of the spirit while reading.