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Apocalyptic Paperbacks and DVDs Explain Disastrous Events: Earthquake Edition

With devastating scenes from Japan  and continuing uncertainty in the middle east, WorldNetDaily sees a chance to hawk some shoddy wares from the WND bookstore:

“The Final Prophecies”: This documentary examines the secrets of Middle Eastern prophecy and the shocking statistical evidence that suggests there is much more going on regarding past prophetic fulfillment than mere chance. Surprising new research reveals that prophetic events foretelling future devastating political, financial and environmental change on a global scale may be closer and more real than many believe…

The director is a certain Brent Miller Jr; as well as expounding on Biblical prophecy, he likes to warn us all about an upcoming magnetic polar shift, which was known “civilizations that came before us”. Moving on:

“Prophecy 101” by Chuck Missler: The Bible contains 8,362 predictive verses about 737 different matters and yet prophecy is one of the most neglected subjects in the church today…

“Apocalypse and the Endtimes”: There have always been catastrophes in the world… but never before have there been so many, so frequently! Earthquakes, tsunamis, hurricanes, famine, disease and war… Are we simply experiencing the natural order of things, or are the signs we see all around us the warnings of the end times?…

That second one is from a certain David Priest; according to the blurb, among the “exclusive special features” is the “Connection Between the Great Pyramid, Nephilim and End Times”.

…”Islam and the Endtimes”: If you’re looking for a great teaching video series on the link between Islam and the endtimes, you can do no better than this one. Joel Richardson is the author of the best-selling “The Islamic Antichrist,” published by WND Books, and co-author with former Palestinian terrorist Walid Shoebat of “God’s War On Terror.”…

This one needs no introduction: Richardson has now been endorsed by Glenn Beck, and his Islamic Antichrist title (which carries a blurb from Robert Spencer) was recently a New York Times bestseller (number 31 in the “e-book non-fiction” section for the week of 6 March).

…”The Feasts of the Lord”: Would you like to know the specific day on the Hebrew calendar year that Jesus will return? It may sound hard to believe – and even contrary to teachings you’ve heard from the Bible. But don’t form a judgment until you explore Pastor Mark Biltz’s video teachings on the relevance to every believer of the feasts of Leviticus 23.

I blogged on Biltz here.

…”The Amazing Claims of Bible Prophecy” by Mark Hitchcock… This book takes a fascinating look at one of the most important aspects of Bible prophecy: It confirms the divine origin and complete reliability of God’s Word.

Hitchcock also updates older apocalyptic paperbacks after they have gone out of date – see here.

…”Isralestine” by Bill Salus…. This book unveils significant Bible prophecy that has eluded the discernment of today’s great scholars.

Blogged that one here. Next, back to Hitchcock:

“2012, the Bible and the End of the World” by Mark Hitchcock: What should Christians make of the rapidly spreading speculations that the world will end on December 21, 2012?

Followed by:

…”Can America Survive?” by John Hagee: The famed pastor offers 10 signs that we are living in the “terminal generation.”

Hagee, who rails against the Illuminati and the New World Order, was famously repudiated by John McCain after a sermon came to light in which Hagee described Hitler as having been sent by God as a “hunter” to persuade Jews to emigrate to Israel. Next:

“Are These the Last Days” by Greg Laurie: As we look at the instability in our world, the turmoil and the threat of terrorism, we can’t help but ask, “Are we living in the last days”?

Laurie is pastor of the Harvest Christian Fellowship in California, and from his website it appears he’s already milking the earthquake:

But back to WND:

…”The Israel Omen”: “The Israel Omen” is a breakthrough in Bible prophecy identifying for the first time that the “four horns” prophecy, warned of long ago, is unfolding in our day with it a dire warning for mankind…. in April of 2010 President Obama announced his intention to bring together the “four horns” in another effort to “scatter” the land, just as the prophecy warned against.

That one’s from David Brennan; “since 1992 he has studied Bible prophecy as it is related to current international political issues”. And there’s still more:

“Prophecies for the Era of Muslim Terror: A Torah Perspective on World Events” by Rabbi Menachem Kohen: This is an unusual book – with a far different perspective than the rest.

“It’s the End of the World as We Know It and I Feel Fine”: Jim Fletcher offers a unique take on the unfolding of Bible prophecy before our eyes.

“Judgment Day: Islam, Israel and the Nations: Dave Hunt is a Bible scholar who cannot be ignored.

And last but not least:

“Apocalypse Soon” by Patrick Heron: You can know history before it happens in this easy to read account of God’s warning to mankind.

Heron also brought us The Nephilim and the Pyramid of the Apocalypse, which I discussed here.

2 Responses

  1. I’m predicting that Albert Mohler will not miss a golden opportunity to edify us with a proclamation that God’s sovereignty and justice are revealed in the disaster.

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