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Harvest House Publishers Israel Under Fire: The Prophetic Chain of Events That Threatens the Middle East

A chilling look at Israel's present and future! Examining current events that point---now---toward apocalyptic conflict, Ankerberg and DeYoung reveal Jewish leaders' plans to rebuild the temple, the threat of a burgeoning Arab population, and Iran's intention to "wipe Israel off the map." Includes interviews with Benjamin Netanyahu, Moshe Arens, and Adnan Husseini. 256 pages, softcover from Harvest.
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Date:June 7, 2010
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Fran Toll
I read this book twice. After doing so, I got out my Bible and began tracing what was written in the book to what scripture states about each subject. I outlined the entire set of events included in the book with the compared scripture. What the author wrote was directly related to scripture. No where did I find any subject out of place or fabricated. This is indeed a spellbinding book and I would urge everyone to read it. Outline it for yourself comparing it to scripture; you'll be amazed at the accuracy of the statements made in the book. I loved it and am anxious to read more of this authors books.
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Review 2 for Israel Under Fire: The Prophetic Chain of Events That Threatens the Middle East
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Date:December 31, 2009
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Faye Coy
just finished Bible study on this very helpful in giving me more in depth information recommend it to anyone interested in what is to come
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