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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars BREAKING NEWS
Sky News HD web headline (Today 22 Feb 2012) reminded me about, how John Hagee in his book JERUSALEM COUNTDOWN A Warning to the World published in 2006! is warning how we could be stricken with an 'Electricity Blackout' which could have devestating consequences, NOW this warning is being given by UK Parliament see: [...]
This book is getting well used as a constant...
Published on 23 Feb 2012 by Mr. A. W. Jones

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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars The Book Boys The Book!
Personal opinions, no matter how strongly believed in and well intentioned are simply that, personal opinions. The Word of God is the only fact that we as Christians can truely trust. Interpretation with the exception of the Christians fundamental core beliefs are as the parts of the body of Christ,numberous and different in their roles. The Word of God in Corinthians...
Published on 14 Jan 2008 by Mr. L. F. A. Morley


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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars BREAKING NEWS, 23 Feb 2012
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Mr. A. W. Jones "LiveinSonNsun" (NOTTINGHAM, UK) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: Jerusalem Countdown (Paperback)
Sky News HD web headline (Today 22 Feb 2012) reminded me about, how John Hagee in his book JERUSALEM COUNTDOWN A Warning to the World published in 2006! is warning how we could be stricken with an 'Electricity Blackout' which could have devestating consequences, NOW this warning is being given by UK Parliament see: [...]
This book is getting well used as a constant reference to what might be the future in this World- and the unfolding events in the Middle East.
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76 of 93 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Open your mind and READ THIS BOOK, 20 Mar 2006
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This is an excellent book giving information on the countdown of the end of days. The book details end of times scriptures from the bible and presents them in a context relevant to are present times, showing that these are more than just words in a book but prophetic signs of the second coming and the events leading to it.
The main focus is on Iran and and their nuclear plans and also their alliance with Russia, France and Germany to help them achieve their goal of a nuclear holocaust.
The book also unveils the reasons radical Islam and Israel cannot dwell peacefully together.
This book provides a lot of fact based evidence and a huge amount of food for thought.
A must for everyone.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars jerusalem countdown, 24 Mar 2011
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R. Craven (Birmingham UK) - See all my reviews
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Had this book recommended to me and because I have watched John Hagee
on television, new it would be good. Thank you for your prompt delivery, and speedy response to my order.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars The Book Boys The Book!, 14 Jan 2008
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Mr. L. F. A. Morley (United Kingdom) - See all my reviews
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Personal opinions, no matter how strongly believed in and well intentioned are simply that, personal opinions. The Word of God is the only fact that we as Christians can truely trust. Interpretation with the exception of the Christians fundamental core beliefs are as the parts of the body of Christ,numberous and different in their roles. The Word of God in Corinthians also states that when all the gifts have passed away, when wisdom and knowledge have ceased only one thing remains and that is love! Lets see a little of that love extended even to those whose opinions differ from our own.
This is not a place for personal attack, its simply for commenting on the book in question.

Grace!
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34 of 47 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars an excellent informative book, 11 Oct 2006
This review is from: Jerusalem Countdown (Paperback)
this Book is a must for christians and jews as it shows scripturely that Isreal belongs to the jew. It out lines where, when and why the Jewish people have suffered, and God's promises to bring them back to the land that He gave them. the reason's why the land should not be sold and what will happen if the jews are forced to do this. Fellow Christians please read this book and pray for the peace of Jerusalem
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6 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 'I will bless those that bless Israel and curse those that curse Israel', 2 Jun 2008
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In this incredible book John Hagee describes, from the perspective of a righteous Christian the dangers facing Israel and the world, and describes how G-D will bless those who bless Israel and curse those who curse Israel.
As a believing Jew, I will not comment much on the theology and will rather concentrate on issues of commonality with righteous Christians like Pastor Hagee, except to make the sharp distinction between righteous Chritians who recognize G-D's eternal bond with the Jewish people, and who respect Israel and Judaism, and anti-semitic Christians who espouse replacement theology and believe that G-D's covenant with Israel has been replaced by that of the Church.

Pator Hagee does a very good job of exposing replacement theology for the evil fraud which it is , and explaining that the bond between G-D and the Jewish people is eternal and unbreakable, and that the Land of Israel was given to the Jewish people as an eternal and unconditional gift.
Hagee begins the book by focusing on perhaps the greatest threat currently facing the free world today, the building by Iran of a nuclear weapons arsenal.
Hagee records the testimony of dissident Iranian sources and Israeli sources, and reveals that Iran's nuclear weapons programme is now in place, and can be used for genocidal purposes at any time.
Iranian president and modern day Hitler, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has countless times made clear the purpose of Iran's nuclear arms programme, promising that Israel will be wiped off the map, and making ugly threats that Iran has the capability to destroy Israel i.e incinerating five million Jews in a second holocaust.
Hagee reproduces an interview by Ronen Bergman, a journalist with Yediot Achronot newspaper, of Dr Manoucher Ganji, former Iranian Science Minister under the Shah of Iran, before the Islamic fundamentalists seized power.
Dr Ganji reveals that the Islamist regime no longer enjoys popular support in Iran and the Ahmadinejad regime believs that the only way out is nuclear war to prevent other from assisting the Iranian people.
The Islamic fundamentalist regime in Iran see's it's primary goal as the liquidation of Israel and then the USA. And the Iranians are working with Russian, North Korean, Syrian, China South Africa and others to make this genocide a reality.
A source of Dr Hagee's in Israel also reveals the lie that Iran needs nuclear energy for peaceful purposes, as a result of oil shortages. Those who know the volume of oil in Iran admit they have enough oil to last over 130 years.
Hagee reminds the world that it is not Israel's international obligation to commit national suicide for the sake of world peace.
any decent and reasonable person will concur that Israel is fully within her rights to strike at Iran's nuclear facilities.
Hagee documents the long time United Nations hatred of Israel, and the UN objective to destroy Israel.
He warns that a major war of armageddon is on it's way if the world does not act against Iran and her allies now.
He also outlines the history of Israel and the Jewish people, and explains through a painstaking analysis of scripture that G-D favours the Jewish people and will bless those who bless Israel and curse those who curse Israel.
He warns that G-D judges gentiles for the abuse of Jews, and rebukes President Bush for, at the same time as waging a war on terror, pressing Israel not to retaliate for Arab terrorist atrocities commited against the tiny Jewish State.
Pastor Hagee ends the book with a reproduction of the magnicent speech by Senator James Inhofe explaining the 'Seven Reasons why Israel is Entitled to the Land".
This document of truth can be found at the following URL:
[...]
Pastor Hagee includes a timeline of the history of Jerusalem,
Pastor Hagee is a truly righteous man in the mould of Pastor Niemoller and Raoul Wallenberg.
May G-D bless this man.
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17 of 27 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Now we see through a glass dimlly, 4 Jun 2007
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The apostle Paul admitted that he only saw through a glass dimly...he did not claim to know the details of the future. What he did claim though was that at the heart of his faith was a divine love that will outlive all. Mr Hagee's book seems a long way from Paul's spirit. Using the likelihood of Iran obtaining a nuclear weapon (by 2006), Mr Hagee believes that Israel will attack Iran which will unleash a terrible war, with the Russians and Arabs joining forces to crush Jerusalem, and so we have Armageddon. As well as fear, Mr Hagee's pages are full of judgementalism and racism. All those who question Zionism, that is a lot of fellow Christians, are branded as anti-Semites; and his racism is such that he is ready to withdraw normal moral judgements when it comes to the Jews fighting for their homeland. So Begin's bombing of King David's Hotel is 'not an act of terrorism...it was an act of combat between two warring parties' That is just what the IRA used to say, and indeed what Palestinians would say now.

The book also has serious inaccuracies such as the statement on the very first page that the Iranian government is in league with Bin Laden. Mr Hagee footnotes this, but after carefully checking the reference, there was not a single statement in the cited article to support Mr Hagee's. The fact that he is so cavalier with the truth so early on in the book is disturbing.

However the most serious inaccuracy in the book is that the author - a Christian pastor - has essentially failed to understand why Jesus Christ died. Christ died to save the whole world from the punishment of sin and this is the good news his followers have been called to preach. There is nothing in the New Testament about Christians needing to get involved with worrying about where they or anyone else lived, indeed they are told to look foward to a 'better country'. This is the gospel that St Paul spread - a gospel concerned about heaven, a gospel for all, a gospel of love. There is nothing of this gospel in this 'Countdown' - just fear,racism, and condemnation - wrapped around material that seems very similar to that used by Hal Lindsay twenty years ago. Lindsay was proved wrong...but he sold a lot of books. I expect this will sell a lot of books, but doubt very much if it will further the Gospel that St Paul preached, especially in the Middle East. Here people need to see true followers of the Palestinian Man of Peace, not hear sensational speculation.
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2.0 out of 5 stars hagee, 24 Sep 2014
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3.0 out of 5 stars Three Stars, 7 Aug 2014
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a good read
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5 of 11 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Now we see through a glass dimly, 29 May 2007
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The apostle Paul admitted that he only saw through a glass dimly...he did not claim to know the details of the future. What he did claim though was that at the heart of his faith was a divine love that will outlive all. Mr Hagee's book seems a long way from Paul's spirit. Using the likelihood of Iran obtaining a nuclear weapon (by 2006), Mr Hagee believes that Israel will attack Iran which will unleash a terrible war, with the Russians and Arabs joining forces to crush Jerusalem, and so we have Armageddon. As well as fear, Mr Hagee's pages are full of judgementalism and racism. All those who question Zionism, that is a lot of fellow Christians, are branded as anti-Semites; and his racism is such that he is ready to withdraw normal moral judgements when it comes to the Jews fighting for their homeland. So Begin's bombing of King David's Hotel is 'not an act of terrorism...it was an act of combat between two warring parties' That is just what the IRA used to say, and indeed what Palestinians would say now.

The book also has serious inaccuracies such as the statement on the very first page that the Iranian government is in league with Bin Laden. Mr Hagee footnotes this, but after carefully checking the reference, there was not a single statement in the cited article to support Mr Hagee's. The fact that he is so cavalier with the truth so early on in the book is disturbing.

However the most serious inaccuracy in the book is that the author - a Christian pastor - has essentially failed to understand why Jesus Christ died. Christ died to save the whole world from the punishment of sin and this is the good news his followers have been called to preach. There is nothing in the New Testament about Christians needing to get involved with worrying about where they or anyone else lived, indeed they are told to look foward to a 'better country'. This is the gospel that St Paul spread. He did not claim to know the details of the end and his emphasis was always on love. There is nothing of this gospel in this book - just fear,racism, and condemnation - wrapped around material that seems very similar to that used by Hal Lindsay twenty years ago. He was proved wrong...but he sold a lot of books. I expect this will sell a lot of books, but doubt very much if it will further the Gospel that St Paul preached.
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