Best-selling author Hal Lindsey explains how, on September 11, an ancient fight-to-the-death conflict exploded on the shores of the U.S. Though most Americans didn't realize it, we were already involved in this struggle. A struggle driven by a hatred that goes back over 4,000 years. Islamic fundamentalism's purpose is to replace the JudeoChristian world order with an Islamic world order. Every American needs to understand the enormity of the threat we face and why.
In the aftermath of 9/11 most Americans are asking:
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"The everlasting hatred Excellent "
Content and subject excellent
Very good audio. Covered subject of why Islam is a never ending hatred of
Christians and Jews. Why Islam will never Accept democracy
"Cut past the rhetoric of today's media/world view!"
Well done documenting the history while debunking the myths that have plagued us from the madrassa's of the world view! Well done, well worth the listen. Takes notes for future reference!
"Great historical insight on Muslims"
Good read and narrator did nice job. I highly recommend. Everyone should read this for truth about the nation of Israel.
"I will buy a hard copy now for reference, great listen!"
This book starts at the beginning, Genesis, goes straight thru to Revelations, and shows how the worlds people have proven prophecy by our actions, and will continue to do so to the return of Jesus. You will either love the content for deeper understanding or hate it because of denial, (of Gods Word) but either way, you will get the real story! Thank you, Hal Lindsey, for being a watchmen on the wall and sharing what you learn! This gives me more confident understanding and peace to keep fighting the good fight of faith in our Lord Jesus Christ.
"Don't Judge a Book by Its Title"
This book would be enjoyed by the Fundamentalist Christians who follow Hal Lindsey.
I wouldn't have purchased this book had I known that it was written from a purely Fundamentalist perspective. The title doesn't reveal that.
N/A. He mispronounced a good number of words - repeatedly. I don't know if he was told to read that way or if the editing was poor.
Chapters 12 and 13 were irrelevant to the "title" subject.
I feel conned by the author. I was expecting something more scholarly based on the title and sound bite.
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