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  • Hardcover: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Word Alive (Oct. 1 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0446565946
  • ISBN-13: 978-0446565943
  • Product Dimensions: 15.9 x 3.2 x 23.5 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 522 g
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
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"A clear, compelling primer on God's heart for Israel and the dramatic Bible prophecies that will unfold in these last days. What I loved most is that David Jeremiah unashamedly examines and explains the biggest global trends of our day through the Third Lens of Scripture. And his description of Jesus' unconditional love and compassion for Jews and Muslims is alone worth the read!"―Joel C. Rosenberg, New York Times best-selling author, The Last Jihad and Epicenter: Why the Current Rumblings in the Middle East Will Change Your World on What in the World Is Going On?

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Dr. David Jeremiah is the founder of Turning Point Ministries, a nonprofit organization devoted to "delivering the unchanging Word of God to an ever-changing world." A pastor's son born in Toledo, Ohio, he graduated from Dallas Theological Seminary and received his doctorate from Cedarville College. David and his wife, Donna, have four children and ten grandchildren, and live in San Diego.

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Great reading for readers who want to review their economics and who are interested in bible prophecies.
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107 of 121 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa24d4bb8) out of 5 stars Completes Trilogy of Books on Recent Events Oct. 1 2010
By J. Michael Nace - Published on
Format: Hardcover
This third book in a recent series may form a trilogy of sorts. The other two recent books ["What in the World is Going On?" and "Living with Confidence in a Chaotic World"] spoke of current events and how to navigate through them as this book does. Essentially this book covers four areas: the coming New World Order, the President of the Order (AntiChrist), the coming collapse of currency and present financial system, and finally Biblical hope to work through it. Not a book that pursues subjects to an extreme depth, but more of a book that gives the most recent information (and some of it is very helpful and interesting) and when I finished I had a lot to think about and wanted to re-read the book. My understanding is David J. worked exceptionally long researching this book and it shows. Rarely lags. Carries some occasional familiar traditional evangelical endtime theology, but not to the point of interference, only making points. An excellent primer for those new to the subject as well as those wishing current information. David Jeremiah is never lost time when you read or listen to what he has to say.
92 of 105 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa24d4fc0) out of 5 stars Closer to home Oct. 4 2010
By Nathan D. Johnson - Published on
Format: Hardcover
Dr. Jeremiah does a fantastic job of unpacking how Bernie Madoff and other crooks like him set up the Global Economy for an armageddon. It is very sobering to realize the financial mess that we are in, and heart-breaking to realize how we got there. Wait until you learn about the 'Debt Iceberg' that has America crippled. It is unbelievable.

I know from reading the news that this stuff is too real. If there is a positive to come out of all this, I guess I am at least glad that Bible prophecy has spoken on these issues. It is comforting to know that God is ultimately in control.

Here are all the chapters in the book:
1. The Fall of the American Economy
2. The New World Order
3. The New Global Economy
4. From Crisis to Consolidation
5. Satan's CEO
6. The Mark of the Beast
7. Financial Signs of the End Times
8. The Collapse of the Global Financial Market
9. God's Ultimate New World Order
10. Keep Your Head in the Game and Your Hope in God
67 of 76 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa24d6054) out of 5 stars The Coming Economic Armageddon Oct. 5 2010
By M. Smith - Published on
Format: Hardcover
Dr. Jeremiah writes from a wealth of research and Biblical knowledge. Although he presents facts not easily found in the traditional media, he does not write to scare but to inform the reader. The economic crisis in this country, in fact in this world, is frightening. It is a subject that I try to leave to those who truly understand the economy and give me tidbits of information that I can handle, or ignore. I was interested in what Dr. Jeremiah had to say because of his scholarly approach to the subject, and because without exception, every book that I have read by Dr. Jeremiah always speaks of hope, something that the economists of today don't seem to have. It is evident that there is unrest and fear in this country for many reasons, but the media would have us believe that the economy is one issue, a difficult issue, better left to the "experts", or to a two minute blurb on the evening news. I don't want to be an expert. I do want to be better informed, and I found that through reading this book, even I could understand some of the issues and know that there is a plan. More importantly, I felt that by having the information presented in this book, I now have a resource to encourage friends and family.
20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa24d63e4) out of 5 stars A Refresher for Some; a Must-Read For Others Dec 1 2010
By Virtual Pulp - Published on
Format: Hardcover
Many prophetic scholars (including me, though I'm more of an armchair "scholar") have predicted a catastrophic financial meltdown for decades. Today, many observers inside and outside the Church are grudgingly admitting that we're not crackpots, after all. At least not for that prediction.

In fact, an astute observer who has never cracked a Bible open--but has merely made an honest effort to inform themselves despite the disinformation from government, media and popular culture--understands that the seed of economic destruction for America was planted long ago. That seed has been nurtured, sometimes by a trickle, and sometimes by great spurts. It has been slowed somewhat a couple times, but never stopped. The harvest is almost upon us.

Dr. Jeremiah, whose radio program I've partially caught from time-to-time, has written a book that repeats the warning about this pending harvest given 2,000 years ago.

The first part of the book presents samplings of evidence, from mostly secular sources, about the bitter pill we will soon be forced to swallow. His research has mined some very enlightening quotes to support his other evidence.I appreciated his courage in calling one particular skunk a skunk: Social Security has been transformed into a compulsory, government-run Ponzi Scheme. Politicians and most talking heads are far too cowardly to ever admit this out loud. But while Dr. Jeremiah explains what a Ponzi Scheme is, citing examples, the informed reader will likely come to the same conclusion about Social Security even before he ties it together in black & white. It's also refreshing that he diverges from the ubiquitous "prosperity preachers" in honestly admitting that inflation in particular, and man-made financial calamities in general, widen the chasm between rich and poor while decimating the middle class. Another nice nugget is his analysis of Joseph's management of the Egyptian economy. Some people use this story in Genesis to imply that government-controlled, centralized (socialist) economies are Biblical, effective, or resistant to disaster. David Jeremiah politely takes exception to that notion.

From there, The Coming Economic Armageddon takes us over familiar territory (for those who have read other books about prophecy). Nobody who reads Bible prophecy for themselves is likely to agree 100% with someone else's interpretations, and that was my experience here. But Dr. Jeremiah has a well-grounded education of the matter, in general, and doesn't try to expound upon aspects of end-times prophecy he doesn't yet understand. (Yes, others have, and do, including some of the "big name" prophecy teachers.) He concentrates on the financial aspect of the end times, and the thrust of this is intended as a warning for those who still fail to appreciate the magnitude of this coming disaster.

People who have never read a single verse from the Bible have heard of "the mark of the beast," and perhaps even some contextual speculation about a cashless society, bar codes, RFID chip implants, etc. But they don't appreciate how these developments were assumed 2,000+ years ago in the Bible, and like similar assumptions in Revelation and the other prophetic books, were scoffingly dismissed until the development of satellite communications, the Internet, 3G, streaming webcasts, podcasts, etc., etc., etc.

Perhaps the best treat in store for the prophetically literate is Dr. Jeremiah's chapter on the Millennium. I don't know about others, but I've never heard teaching on this subject, and never read more than perfunctory paragraphs here and there touching on it. It's a pity this period goes unnoticed by prophecy teachers. It is important, fascinating, and painfully revealing about human nature.

TCEA wraps up with a chapter about preparation for the rider of the black horse (look that one up, haha). Dr. J doesn't give investment advice, but advises practical application of the spiritual advice Jesus evidently considered more important than any earth-bound financial strategy.

For those who already have a grasp of end-time prophecy, this is like a review, with a few fresh tidbits thrown in. For those who don't, it's a must-read.
46 of 54 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa24d651c) out of 5 stars Valuable Statistics but Flawed Eschatology Dec 8 2010
By pbcook - Published on
Format: Hardcover
It was a pleasant surprise to find this book filled with valuable statistics about economics, politics, and culture in general. David Jeremiah did an excellent of compiling information from diverse sources on the current condition of the United States and the world. The documentation behind this book is immense with almost 30 pages of end notes. Like many Americans, he recognizes that the United States is falling apart both in an economic and a moral sense.

However, like many other authors, he makes a common mistake when he begins interpreting biblical events and future events foretold in Scripture using these headlines. Instead of using the Bible to explain difficult Bible passages concerning eschatology, he uses current events as a framework for explaining the end time events found in the book of Revelations and other places. The result is a theory of eschatology that sounds good after reading the newspaper but is not biblically consistent when compared to passages like `The Wheat and the Tares' of Matthew 13. Many of his eschatological theories take away from the value of the book but it is overall a helpful beginning point for understanding many of the problems we face today in the world.