The End of Days

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Fans of apocalyptic fiction won't be able to resist this fast-paced novel that ties current events in the Middle East to biblical prophecies.

When Eli Ben-David and his best friend, Jonathan, are called up for duty in Israel's armed forces, Jonathan's wife, Sarah, and members of their close-knit Messianic congregation hold a constant prayer vigil. A massive Syrian chemical strike on Israel follows.

The world is stunned when Israel responds by ...

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Overview

Fans of apocalyptic fiction won't be able to resist this fast-paced novel that ties current events in the Middle East to biblical prophecies.

When Eli Ben-David and his best friend, Jonathan, are called up for duty in Israel's armed forces, Jonathan's wife, Sarah, and members of their close-knit Messianic congregation hold a constant prayer vigil. A massive Syrian chemical strike on Israel follows.

The world is stunned when Israel responds by dropping nuclear bombs on Damascus. When a peace conference is held in Europe, a dynamic young prince emerges as a world leader. The exciting story continues as prophecies are fulfilled and events catapult the world into the final battle of Armageddon.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780972571937
  • Publisher: 21st Century Press
  • Publication date: 10/28/2012
  • Pages: 332
  • Sales rank: 499,274
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.69 (d)

Meet the Author

As a Jerusalem-based broadcast journalist for CBS and other networks for many years, David Dolan has covered many important events in the Middle East. He is recognized as an expert on a region of vital interest to Christians. He is the author of Holy War for the Promised Land and Israel in Crisis: What Lies Ahead?
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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 11, 2004

    Gripping, thought provoking read.

    Based on the writer's own personal interpretation of Biblical prophecy, the reader is presented with an extremely plausible, albeit fictional story, surrounding future events which is extremely thought provoking when one considers the present circumstances relating to the many issues and subjects addressed. Although not a great fan of fiction I was pleasantly surprised as to how this book held my attention throughout. The characters were extremely believable and the manner in which future events were described will captivate many readers who are familiar with the present situation in the Middle East. The book pulls no punches in bringing the immediacy and relevance of Biblical prophecy to the reader's attention. My interest in buying this particular book primarily arose from having listened to the writer speak and also having read a number of his other FACTUAL studies in relation to Israel, Islam, the Palestinian-Israeli conflict and the Biblical message relating to the regions history & the relevance of these issues in relation to Biblical prophecy. I have found the source to be very knowledgeable in these subjects and someone who can relate to the matter first hand, living in Jerusalem itself, and with much first hand experience of the conflict. The 'End Of Days' begins with another Middle Eastern war, yet on this occasion with weapons of mass destruction being used between Syria and Israel. The book then charts the rise of the 'Anti-christ' and other issues which will be familiar to students of Biblical prophecy. These include the signing of a false 'peace' agreement in the Middle East, the rebuilding of the Jewish Temple on Jerusalem's Temple Mount and the 'Mark of the Beast'. The gathering of the nations against Jerusalem/Israel, an invasion of Israel by a confederation of nations plus the persecution of the Jews & Christians are also covered together with a number of other conflicts including the battle of Armageddon. These events are described in detail and culminate with the return of Jesus Christ. (Due to differing interpretations amongst some scholars in relation to the timing of the 'Rapture' of the Church, this issue has not been included.) Although some readers might disagree with some of the interpretations of Scripture presented through the storyline, this should not detract from the gripping manner in which the story unfolds. This is an extremely well written and enjoyable book which will especially attract readers with an interest in the Middle East conflict and also fans of both fiction and non-fiction alike. Those readers who have studied Bible prophecy/eschatologic issues to any degree will find themselves presented with an extremely realistic end-time scenario which illustrates how present International events could play themselves out. For those who may be interested in the factual studies of the source, might I respectfully recommend two of his other books source entitled 'Israel In Crisis; What Lies Ahead ?' and 'Holy War For The Promised Land; Israel At The Crossroads'. Thank you.

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