Item description for Global Warning: Are We on the Brink of World War III? by Tim LaHaye & Edward E. Hindson...
Overview Combines ancient Bible prophecies with current events to reveal the signs that serve as a global warning that predicts the end of the world.
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Format: Abridged, Audiobook, CD, Unabridged
Studio: Oasis Audio
Running Time: 360.00 minutes
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.12" Width: 5.61" Height: 1" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Nov 13, 2007
Publisher OASIS AUDIO #514
ISBN 1598592866 ISBN13 9781598592863
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More About Tim LaHaye & Edward E. Hindson
Tim LaHaye is a noted author, minister, and nationally recognized speaker on Bible prophecy. He is the founder and president of Tim LaHaye Ministries, and the cofounder of the Pre-Trib Research Center, established for the purpose of exposing ministers to Bible prophecy. He holds a doctor of ministry from Western Theological Seminary and a doctor of literature from Liberty University. A pastor for thirty-nine years, LaHaye has written more than fifty nonfiction books and co-authored the Left Behind, the most successful Christian fiction venture in publishing history, with Jerry Jenkins.
Jerry B. Jenkins, chairman of the board of trustees for the Moody Bible Institute of Chicago, is the author of more than 175 books. Dr. Jenkins's writing has appeared in Time, Reader's Digest, Parade, Guideposts, and dozens of Christian periodicals, and he is a contributing editor to Writer's Digest magazine. He owns Jenkins Entertainment, a filmmaking company, as well as the Christian Writers Guild.
Tim LaHaye currently resides in the state of California. Tim LaHaye was born in 1926.
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Straight Up Facts!! Face reality or die! Jul 12, 2008
I have a number of books which all leads me to reexplore my Bible. The surprising twist in this book is that every time I turn a page, today's current affairs unfolded becomes more and more surreal. I don't panic, but like I've said it gets me to reexplore the Biblical Prophecies. The authors done their research well. I also did not realize one point which is written in this book on page 163 (and in Nehemiah chapter 2) that the Persian emperor was the king who restructured (for the Jews) the Jerusalem Temple after Roman Emperors Vespasian and his son Titus torn down the city and its luxurious temple building. Knowing this bit of history has me wanting to learn more and more about Persia (which is modern day Iran) and why they feel Jerusalem belongs to Islam peoples. From what I've gathered from the Bible, when Father Abraham's wife (Sarah) died, the lands of Canaan were given to Abraham to bury his wife and to keep. Is this fact not considered at all in the Qu'ran (as the lands were given to Abraham as a gift)? If not, and why is it not? (I'm sure this question will open/stoke plenty of fires.) Persians were not considered to be people of Arab. Persians were not at all monotheologians. These people held onto many beliefs like the Egyptians, which is why there are many Iranians who are Christians because they were moved by hearing the historical facts about their nation who came to aid the Jews in restructuring the Hebrew Temple in Jerusalem, as well as hearing how G-d Yhwh led the Hebrew children out of Egypt (from bondage). But mostly, the wise men (prior to the birth of Jesus Christ) who lived in northern persia (Iran) and studied God, the stars, suns, moons and planets, were called Zoroastrians. These men went afar to find the child born to the Virgin Mother and deliver goods to the child (who was born in Bethlehem). (See Bereisheis 3:15 and Genesis 3:15, as well as Isaiah 7). These wise men - like Moses, like Abraham, like Elijah, like Enoch - all were guided by G-d Yhwh. The wise men, however from Persia, were well respected because of their remarkable calculations. So we have here a very interesting historical point. The irradicals of Iran believes that Jerusalem is an Islamic City of G-d. There is NO evidence that shows Jerusalem is an Islamic City of G-d. Jerusalem is an Hebrew City of G-d Yhwh. And G-d will show everyone of us soon and very soon that the children of Israel is the sovereigned peoples to keep the lands intact and governed by the G-d Yhwh. The Jews (some) are monotheologians and others are Judeo-Christians. Dito for (some) Arabs. This book is a must read. It is an eye opener as well as a warning to all of us who are in touch with reality. Some of us refuse to listen to the Scriptures and take heed of warnings (shown in the waters, stars, moons, planets, earth etc., as Jesus Christ warned His disciples in Matthew 24). Certainly in Isaiah 52 and 53, the One who was disfigured (for our transgressions, for our sins) is the Messiah (see also Genesis 3:15/Bereisheis 3:15), whom many of us missed in our moment to believe in His Name...Son of God, Prince of Peace, Jesus Christ. It can be any day now that we will remarkably witness the rapture!! For those who do not know...the rapture is when G-d Yhwh is commanding His followers into the air and lifted away from the oncoming slaughter of man's evil missions. I highly recommend this book for reading. It should be kept near your bedside, as well as the Holy Bible (written before the reprint of the 21st century). Today, in China, there is a publishing company which reprinted in English and Chinese new Bibles. I don't think these 50 million copies were ever proofread, or checked for accuracies. We are living in the last days of age. The spirit of the antichrist is upon us. One man will rule with an iron fist and instruct the peoples (all nations on earth) to worship him. This is the antichrist --- Satan's prodigy.
The New "Late Great Planet Earth" Apr 2, 2008
This book is definitely trying to be the "Late Great Planet Earth" by Hal Lindsey for the 21st Century but it doesn't quite get there. The book is definitely a real page turner. It is real easy to read no matter what your background is, church goer or not. Any will get something out of this book. One of the authors, Tim Lahaye is the same guy who wrote the Left behind series. You will definitely see the similar styles of writing.
First the author lays out some of the recent events of the past few years. The speed and frequency of these events have definitely dulled some people to what is going on. Once you read about the events and threats in one setting you will perk up for sure. Nothing he writes about is new and hasn't been mentioned in the news before. I do like how the authors do link the truth about Islam. It isn't a peaceful religion. The only people who believe that is the cocktail circuit at Georgetown. The real Islam power base in the middle east definitely don't believe it nor have they ever believed it. Islam is a religion which expanded under the power of the sword and keeps its power under threat of death if you convert. However the authors try to make the link to end times prophecy from the news events and they don't quite make it.
The theology of the story here in the book is first rate. Every point is backed up by verses from the bible. It is very easy to understand. Theology students and serious readers on the subject might get bored with the book. They do lay out a different time line than most. Their points are not quite the same as Hal Lindsey says but close. They sort of miss how the temple might play a role in the end times. They also expand their scope beyond revelations. They take from the whole bible, not just revelations. Far to many people in America don't do that. They see the confusion and images of revelations and don't draw any conclusions. When you read all of the end times prophecy from both the old and new testaments you for sure will see things differently. If you read all of those cites plus remember the exact nature isn't know yet to us humans you will convince yourself that golf next Sunday isn't quite as important as you think. I think after reading this book you will make it to church.
END TIME AND TODAY'S EVENT Feb 18, 2008
Excellent work ,makes you take notice of the end time prophecy how it describes the events going on in the world today.
Same old LaHaye Feb 10, 2008
If you have read any of LaHaye's previous commentaries on end time prophecy, you have already read most of this book. He rehashes a little bit of middle east current events and fits it into the Gog - Magog prophecies. You're read it before. If you haven't read any of LaHaye's stuff before you would be better starting with his "Revelation Unvieled" in which he presents his eschatological arguments in a straight forward very readable fashion.
Global Warning Jan 7, 2008
This is an exciting book. I'm reading past history and future history. Tim La Haye is writing about a subject that has been researched to the fullest. When I read his books I always feel enlightened on the subject at hand. He always backs up his findings with a scripture that I can check for myself in the Bible. I like reading his books, its always worth my time. We may be on the brink of World War III, but this will lead to something even greater than WWIII, the most anticipated appearance of our Lord.