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Interesting topic, but authors reach too many controversial conclusions without sufficient evidence
on May 13, 2014
Some fascinating information is presented, along with a nonconformist way of looking at last-days Bible prophecy. A chapter on Adolph Hitler's psychological motivation for doing what he did is brilliant. But the writing is uneven, seemingly solid and well-supported by biblical references one minute, then wildly speculative the next. The main argument, that America is Mystery Babylon and the home of the soon-to-be revealed Anti-Christ, hinges on too many thinly-supported suppositions to convince me it's true. Yes, America is a money-grubbing, God-mocking whore, but so is the rest of the world. Despite my reservations, I enjoyed a large part of the book because it's thought provoking and boldly challenges mainstream interpretations of end-times scripture. It's a wake-up call. If the authors' are correct, all is lost. I prefer to believe the church in the U.S. will not only lose much of herself in the Great Apostasy but will also experience a corresponding great awakening as the Lord pours out his spirit and she returns to him.