When Angels Cry: The Loud Cry of the Fourth Angel

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iUniverse, Jan 24, 2006 - Religion - 308 pages
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This book offers a fresh, original treatment of Seventh-day Adventists beliefs about Babylon the Great. It addresses issues head-on, challenging traditional views, providing alternative perspectives, yet leaving in tact the essential truths espoused by the church. The symbols of Revelation 12, 17 and 18 are reviewed; revealing compelling evidence that Babylon the Great, Mother of Harlots does not symbolize the Papacy as traditionally taught. The timeliness of this book offers a bible-based defense of what Babylon symbolizes and seeks to clarify seeming discrepancies in traditional perspectives on this subject. At the same time, the book seeks to encourage the reader to rely on the Bible as its own expositor, the only source upon which to establish faith. Finally, the book introduces extraordinary insights regarding the message of the angel of Revelation 18; the angel whose message is accompanied by the outpouring of the Latter Rain. The loud cry of this fourth angel represents God's final message of warning and hope to a doomed planet.

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Robert E. Wright teaches financial history at New York University's Stern School of Business and is a curator for the Museum of American Finance. He is the author of scores of articles, entries, reviews, and chapters, and has authored or coauthored nine books. Wright has written for "Barron's," the "Chronicle of Higher Education," Forbes.com, and other prominent publications, and has appeared on NPR, C-SPAN, and the BBC.

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