Item description for The Second Coming of Babylon: What Bible Prophecy Says About... by Mark Hitchcock...
Overview "What Bible Prophecy Really Says About.... *Iraq in the end times *Israel and Armageddon *Antichrist's ruling city *America in the final days *and war in the Middle East"
The Bible says that Babylon will be rebuilt and become the economic center of the world. Even now the ruins of the ancient city¿just sixty miles south of Baghdad, Iraq¿are quietly stirring. What does it mean for America? For Israel? For every person alive today? Are we living in the last days of earth as we know it? Find out, from Bible prophecy expert Mark Hitchcock... ¿ How the focus of the world will shift back to Babylon ¿ How Antichrist will make Babylon his capital ¿ How the kingdoms of earth will fade as Babylon rises ¿ How the false powers of Antichrist will grow ¿ How prophecy will be fulfilled¿and Babylon finally destroyed!
Publishers Description The Bible says that Babylon will be rebuilt and become the economic center of the world. Even now the ruins of the ancient city - just sixty miles south of Baghdad, Iraq - are quietly stirring. What does it mean for America? For Israel? For every person alive today? Are we living in the last days of earth as we know it? Find out, from Bible prophecy expert Mark Hitchcock. . . 1. How the focus of the world will shift back to Babylon 2. How Antichrist will make Babylon his capital 3. How the kingdoms of earth will fade as Babylon rises 4. How the false powers of Antichrist will grow 5. How prophecy will be fulfilled - and Babylon finally destroyed
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Studio: Multnomah Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.28" Width: 5.3" Height: 0.58" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Feb 14, 2003
Publisher Multnomah Books
ISBN 1590522516 ISBN13 9781590522516
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More About Mark Hitchcock
Mark Hitchcock is a leading Bible prophecy expert, prolific author who has penned over 20 books on the end times, senior pastor, and adjunct faculty member of the Dallas Theological Seminary. He has appeared on hundreds of radio programs and in print as well as The History Channel, MSNBC, Fox, The Glenn Beck Show, and CNN. A leading Christian voice on Mayan 2012 prophecy, he is scheduled to appear on an NBC sci-fi special related to 2012 airing fall, 2009.
A former attorney, Mark initially worked for the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals. Following a call to full-time ministry, today he serves as senior pastor of Faith Bible Church in Edmond, Oklahoma, just outside of Oklahoma City. He graduated from Dallas Theological Seminary in 1991, where he subsequently earned his doctorate in 2006 and more recently has served as an adjunct faculty member.
Hitchcock has been a contributing editor for the Left Behind Prophecy Club for many years. His new book 2012, the Bible, and the End of the World (Harvest House Publishers) will be released September 15, 2009. He has also recently released Cashless (July 1, 2009, also published by Harvest House), showing how today’s headlines foreshadow a new and vastly different economic future—a one-world economy that is consistent with Bible prophecy in Revelation 13. Some of his other titles include: The Late Great United States: What Bible Prophecy Reveals about America’s Last Days; Armageddon, Oil, and Terror; Iran the Coming Crisis: Radical Islam, Oil and the Nuclear Threat; The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse; What On Earth is Going On?; Is America in Bible Prophecy?; The Coming Islamic Invasion of Israel; Is the Antichrist Alive Today?; Seven Signs of the End Times; and What Jesus Says About Earth’s Final Days.
Hitchcock maintains an active speaking schedule, appearing frequently at prophecy conferences, seminaries, and churches. He and his wife, Cheryl, live in Edmond, Oklahoma with their two sons Justin and Samuel.
Mark Hitchcock currently resides in the state of Oklahoma. Mark Hitchcock was born in 1959.
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Reviews - What do customers think about The Second Coming of Babylon: What Bible Prophecy Says About...?
Another Good Book my Mark Hitchcock May 22, 2008
Mark Hitchcock is an excellent writer for our day. He's concise and to the point. His books are always fast reading too. I'm not so sure if ancient Babylon in Iraq will be rebuilt or if the Bible is referring to another place called Babylon. Mark Hitchcock claims it will be literal Babylon but at least he backs up what he claims. This book is well worth the read but it's best to draw your own conclusions.
it even can teach me Aug 9, 2006
o.k. I was not raised in Church but i have been a Christian for 5 years, reading the Bible but not really getting it. I bought this book and read it and understanding it all, i took my Bible and look ed up every verse it used to see if it was being used in context and it was.i use it for reference, and im in my 3 rd reading, and i just got 4 more of his books.
What does the Bible say? Feb 19, 2005
Anyone reading this, how often do you read your bible. How heavy is the cross you pick up daily in your christian walk? Do you know what that means? WAKE UP. Our fair and balanced land is the Beast you obsess over blindly. We are the return of Babylon. the evidence is everywhere around us. Our lovable liar of a leader is the final antichrist, but you love him too much for that to even be a possibility for you. Our planet is on it's death bed, we have brought it this far. Wake up.
Hard to understand Jul 25, 2003
I am reading Mr. Hitchcock's book and I am confused. The USA has invaded Iraq and gotten rid of the bad people. How can the Antichrist come to power, then? I do not think this is right. President Bush says we are establishing Democracy in Iraq. I think that there must be another Babylon.
Great overview... Apr 5, 2003
Mark tackles a serious but often overlooked imp. Bible topic very well here. Through solid scripture and outline Mark will show you the possibility of an E.U./Mid-east World headquater.