Item description for What Is the Rapture Like? by Salem Kirban...
One of these days Millions of people will suddenly DISAPPEAR from this earth without any warning, .,."in the twinkling of an eye." This is called the RAPTURE. The Bible tells us that no one knows the day nor the hour. However, God does give us clear indications of what to look for just before His coming for His saints. We are now in that Time Period Salem Kirban is the author of over 50 books. Illustrated.
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Studio: Second Coming, Inc.
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.56" Width: 5.46" Height: 0.33" Weight: 0.36 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 2004
Publisher Second Coming, Inc.
Edition New of " Native
ISBN 0912582057 ISBN13 9780912582054
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More About Salem Kirban
Salem Kirban was an Arab-born believer and a Graduate of Girard College and Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He and his wife, Mary, have raised 5 children. He had authored more than 50 books including "666," "1000," "Guide to Survival," and "What in the World Will Happen Next? "For many years he had been an investigative reporter, a war correspondent, and covered the Vietnam Conflict and the aftermath of the 6-Day War in both Israel and Jordan. Dr.Kirban passed away in March 2010."
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Two in One fiction from Salem Kirban Jan 3, 2002
Kirban's only attempts at fiction, "666" and "1000" are not as finely polished as the "Left Behind" novels, but still very readable.
"666" covers the same basic period as the entire "Left Behind" book series - and features George and his wife Helen (who is one of the ones taken in the Rapture).
The parallels between this book and the "Left Behind" novels are very striking. The story starts on a airplane. The husband is "left behind" and the wife and children raptured. George is quickly catapulted into direct confrontation with the Anti-Christ and his minions.
But that's not all - if you can find one of the combination books ("666" and "1000"), you'll even be able to read about the millennium period and what might happen during that time. Kirban's position as a born-again Arab really shine through in places. Kirban is not a novelist, though ... There are many places where an editor might have caught the fact that Kirban switches between first person and third person perspective without warning. There are other editorial mistakes, but not enough to make me want to put this book down until I had read it through.
But I won't ruin the whole novel here - just recommend that if you like the "Left Behind" books that this is a "must read"!