The Beginning of the End

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John Hagee tells the story to both the Christian and the Jew of the assassination of Yitzah Rabin, the Prime Minister of Israel, and how this was one event foretold by the prophets. He addresses the Jew by explaining how according to God's Word this event has and will effect the choices they make as a people and a nation. He calls Christians to be courageous, for God is in control. As someone who knew Prime Minister Rabin, he helps all to recognize the price of peacekeeping. ...
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Overview

John Hagee tells the story to both the Christian and the Jew of the assassination of Yitzah Rabin, the Prime Minister of Israel, and how this was one event foretold by the prophets. He addresses the Jew by explaining how according to God's Word this event has and will effect the choices they make as a people and a nation. He calls Christians to be courageous, for God is in control. As someone who knew Prime Minister Rabin, he helps all to recognize the price of peacekeeping.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780785273707
  • Publisher: Nelson, Thomas, Inc.
  • Publication date: 1/28/1996
  • Pages: 208
  • Sales rank: 412,757
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.56 (h) x 0.52 (d)

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John Hagee
John Hagee, author of the bestsellers Jerusalem Countdown, The Battle for Jerusalem, From Daniel to Doomsday, Life Lessons to Live By, and The Financial Armageddon, is the founder and pastor of the 19,000-member Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Texas, and president of Global Evangelism Television.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 8, 2003

    A solid look at Biblical prophecy, with a touch of speculation...

    John Hagee¿s book 'Beginning of the End' attempts to provide its reader with a vivid illustration of the chronology and events of the end-times according to the prophets of the Bible. The book serves as perfect complimentary reading to other books on the subject from authors like Tim LaHaye, Hal Lindsey, and Grant Jeffery. The historical notes and Biblical commentary add real value to this book, as readers will pick up on certain ideas never mentioned in similar books. For its overall explanation of the end times, this book merits a five-star rating. However, I rate the book four-stars because of its emphasis on the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin as a major end-time event. The author goes as far as to make the book¿s subtitle, 'The Assassination of Yitzhak Rabin and the Coming Antichrist'. And throughout the book, Hagee speculates that Rabin¿s assassination will cause the Israeli people to charge headfirst into a 'peace at any price' movement, which he believes is a forerunner to the Tribulation and the arrival of the Antichrist. Seven years after this book was written, Israeli and its neighbors are no closer to peace than before, and Rabin¿s assassination has not assured the 'land for peace' doctrine a political victory in Israel. Although I can see the merit of Hagee¿s work, those unfamiliar with the subject of Biblical prophecy will view his speculations as further evidence that such views are those of kooks, conspiracy theorists, and wackos. They will point out the seemingly endless history of false speculations made by the Christian community and fail to take end-times prophecy as a serious subject. Speculation should be reserved for fiction, and that¿s why this is a four-star book... >>>> Britt Gillette, Author of 'Conquest of Paradise: An End-Times Nano-Thriller'

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