Israel in Crisis: What Lies Ahead?

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"The smell of the sultry Middle East air is of major battle ahead, centered on the holy city of Jerusalem," writes author David Dolan. Most newspapers most days contain a story on the bloodshed or futile peace attempts in the Middle East. Israel in Crisis takes a probing look into what exactly is going on, what different events may lead to, and how they're linked to biblical prophecy.
A professional journalist and CBS Radio correspondent who has lived in Israel since 1980, Dolan gives an eyewitness account of ...
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Overview

"The smell of the sultry Middle East air is of major battle ahead, centered on the holy city of Jerusalem," writes author David Dolan. Most newspapers most days contain a story on the bloodshed or futile peace attempts in the Middle East. Israel in Crisis takes a probing look into what exactly is going on, what different events may lead to, and how they're linked to biblical prophecy.
A professional journalist and CBS Radio correspondent who has lived in Israel since 1980, Dolan gives an eyewitness account of current events. He weaves them with Scripture to answer frequently asked questions, such as: Is the Middle East heading for war? If so, who will be involved and how will it end? Will a new Jewish Temple rise in Jerusalem? Is the dispute over the holy city solvable? What about the missing Ark of the Covenant?
This timely, informative, and inspirational book is for anyone concerned about events in the Middle East and their relevance to the Bible. Though Israel in Crisis is non-fiction, Dolan's fast-pasted journalistic style will appeal to readers of the Left Behind series.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780970849007
  • Publisher: Oracle House Publishers
  • Publication date: 1/28/2001
  • Pages: 191

Table of Contents

Map of the Middle East 8
Introduction 9
1. The Final Ingathering 13
2. The Last Generation 29
3. The Sign of Jerusalem 43
4. Judea and Samaria 61
5. Israel's Next War 81
6. The End-Time Temple 103
7. Son of Thunder 125
8. The Rapture Question 147
9. Rushing toward Eternity 159
10. Earth's Final Battles 173
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