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Prince of Darkness: Antichrist and the New World Order

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Grant is internationally recognized as an outstanding prophecy teacher. More than a million readers enjoyed his four best-selling prophecy books inspiring them to look for the soon return of Christ.

The best-selling author of:
Armageddon
Messiah
Heaven
Apocalypse

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Overview

Grant is internationally recognized as an outstanding prophecy teacher. More than a million readers enjoyed his four best-selling prophecy books inspiring them to look for the soon return of Christ.

The best-selling author of:
Armageddon
Messiah
Heaven
Apocalypse

Do you understand world events in light of prophecy? Explore the astonishing prophecies about the mysterious Antichrist who will dominate the earth during the last days. Grant shares his incredible research into the secret groups moving America toward world government. Written in layman’s terms, Prince of Darkness will open up the Bible’s fascinating prophecies about these vital topics:

·The New World Order Global Agenda
·America and the Council on Foreign Relations
·Surviving the coming economic crisis
·The rush to world government
·The PLO–Isreali Agreement–prelude to war
·Zhirinovsky–the KGB and Russion Imperialism
·The surveillance society–an assault on freedom
·The technology of the 666 mark of the beast
·Satan’s prince of darkness in the Temple
·Thirty-eight astonishing prophecies announce the Messiah
·Armageddon–Christ’s ultimate victory

Jeffery explores 38 prophecies fulfilled since 1948 that point to the imminent return of the Messiah. In this fascinating book he provides incontrovertible proof that the final prophesied battle between the forces of good and evil is at hand--and how we can escape the coming catastrophe. From the author of Apocalypse. (Religion-Contemporary Issues)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780921714040
  • Publisher: The Doubleday Religious Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 3/28/1995
  • Pages: 336
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.69 (d)

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Dr. Grant Jeffrey is internationally known as a leading teacher on Bible prophecy. His twenty best-selling books have been enjoyed by more than five million readers.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 2, 2001

    Could Have Been Better...

    He could have at least cited a source or two in the body of the work. Granted, you can confirm some of what he says, but you've got to do your homework and have no life (I was able to look up some stuff during my freshman year of college, but not lately). It has some interesting (if not unorthodox) theories about the technical aspects of the Tribulation, some of which sound plausible, some of which do not. Having read ARMAGEDDON: APPOINTMENT WITH DESTINY, I was expecting better, and did not get it. Perhaps if he chooses to update his book, Jeffery will include some sources that are easily found this time.

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