From Iraq to Armageddon: The Endtimes Clock is Ticking

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Destiny Image Publishers, Jul 28, 2011 - Religion - 224 pages
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This book answers vital questions about Israel and the Endtimes.

Never was a book more needed to unravel the controversies surrounding the conflicts in the Middle East. From Iraq to Armageddon is an in-depth analysis of end-time prophecy concerning this dangerous region of the world.

    • What is the spirit and mystery of Babylon?
    • How does Jerusalem fit into Middle East prophecy?
    • Does the Bible give a deeper reason for the Iraqi War?
    • Is the great battle of Armageddon near?
    • Can the Jews and Arabs ever be reconciled?
    Messianic Jewish scholar Keith Intrater answers these and many other intriguing questions about prophecy and the Middle East.
 

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Contents

The Signs of the Times
Two Armies
The Central Figure
The Hebrew Prophets
Peace in the Middle East
The Seed of Abraham
O Jerusalem
Intifada
Of Trumpets and Tribulations
Spiritual Warfare in the Endtimes
O Columbia O Palestine
Zionism and Israeli Politics
The Quran
The Road to Armageddon
Heaven and Hell
The Double Shout

The Remnant
The World Trade Center
Terrorism and Propaganda
The Throne of David
Biography
Note from the Publisher
Copyright

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Keith Intrater is pastor of El Shaddai Congregation in Frederick, Maryland. His positive and uplifting presentations of the gospel combine an emphasis on dynamic faith, personal integrity, and a Jewish perspective on the Scriptures. Keith holds degrees from Harvard University, Baltimore Hebrew College, and Messiah Biblical Institute. He has served as Principal of Montgomery County Academy and is on the faculty and board of Messiah Biblical Institute. He is the author of Covenant Relationships and The Apple of His Eye. He lives with his wife Betty and their three children.

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