by Dr. David Jeremiah
Started: Jan. 7
Finished: Jan. 10
Notes: This is not my typical reading material, but it is the time of year to read books that were holiday gifts. Apparently this is one of those pseudo-political, supposed-prophetic books preaching doom and gloom for the near future. There always seems to be one of these books on the bestseller lists, and this one comes from a few years back. As you might be able to tell from my attitude, I'm highly skeptical, but I'll give the book and the author a chance.
Mini review: This ended up not being as bad as I had feared, but still, a good portion of it was typical evangelical material I've read before. The other stuff, however, I found interesting, where the author went into some detail about the Rapture, the Second Coming, etc. I'm not saying the author is right or wrong, or that I believe or don't believe what he wrote, but as a fantasy writer I am intrigued by the similarities and any relationship between Christian eschatology and epic fantasy. Also, I'd like to point out that the author is a decent enough writer, but he is a better speaker (as I found out by looking him up on YouTube).