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by Charles H. H. Dyer

eBook The Rise of Babylon: Sign of the End Times epub
  • ISBN: 0802409059
  • Author: Charles H. H. Dyer
  • Genre: Christians
  • Subcategory: Theology
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Moody Publishers; Updated edition (January 15, 2003)
  • Pages: 256 pages
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All of this is very interesting, but this book's greatest strength is its presentation of the ancient story that Hussein was consciously trying to manipulate for his own selfish reasons.

All of this is very interesting, but this book's greatest strength is its presentation of the ancient story that Hussein was consciously trying to manipulate for his own selfish reasons. The Rise of Babylon offers a very readable recounting of the history of both the Babylonians and the Hebrews.

The Rise Of Babylon book. Since Saddam Hussein is long gone now in 2016, presumptions about his role in the end times are of no real value. BUT, of real value is the very readable history of Babylon in the Bible and the background of the Arab and Persian countries in the news every minute in 2016, post 9/11. Past history is always good to read. While it won't be Saddam, Babylon, the city, and the spirit of idolatry and rebellion from the days of Nimrod, will rise again and will be destroyed in the great and final battle of Revelation.

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This book shows how Babylon and Iraq fit into the Bible's prophecies of last-day events. It brings understanding of God's plan in our perplexing age. It points readers to Jesus, the only source of security in today's tumultuous world. Many people are curious-what does the Bible tell us about today's headlines from the Middle East? Is Armageddon just around the corner? What should Christians do? This book shows how Babylon and Iraq fit into the Bible's prophecies of last-day events.

Charles Dyer, Associate Professor of Bible Exposition at Dallas Theological Seminary, has provided that information on a crucial power that figures in the end times-Babylon. Besides having written a master’s thesis on Babylon in the Book of Revelation, he is one of the few Americans to have visited modern Babylon in Iraq. This uniquely qualified him to write this book and to provide firsthand some very interesting photographs of modern Babylon. Most of the book traces the.

This book by Former Dallas Theological Semianry Professor Charles Dyer, is a very interesting treatment about a interesting ascept of possible end times fulfillment. it does seem a bit dated now with Saddam's removal. But to think that this will change the events Dyer has outlines is foolish. I couldn't put it down. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 16 years ago. I was fascinated with the insight into Saddam's rise to power

Publication: Tyndale House, 1991Description: 236 . SBN: 0-84235-618-5. Dewey: 236 D94Subject: Пророчества, Prophecies Эсхатология, Eschatology.

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Startling New Satellite Photos show how Saddam Hussein is rebuilding the ancient city of Babylon!Charlie Dyer documents the history of Iraq over the lastseveral decades and Saddam Hussein's three goals forIraq; territory, economic power and the elimination of thenation of Israel.

Dyer, Charles H. The Rise of Babylon: Sign of the End Times. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale House Publishers, 1991. Feinberg, Charles Lee. The Prophecy of Ezekiel: The Glory of the Lord, Chicago: Moody Press, 1969. Jerusalem Betrayed: Ancient Prophecy and Modern Conspiracy Collide in the Holy City. Dallas: Word Publishing, 1997. Older, but still outstanding and thorough. Franciscan Fathers, Guide to Jordan. Jerusalem: Franciscan Fathers Press, 1978. Fruchtenbaum, Arnold G. The Footsteps of the Messiah: A Study of the Sequence of Prophetic Events. Tustin, CA: Ariel Ministries Press, 1982.

Startling New Satellite Photos show how Saddam Hussein is rebuilding the ancient city of Babylon!Charlie Dyer documents the history of Iraq over the lastseveral decades and Saddam Hussein's three goals forIraq; territory, economic power and the elimination of thenation of Israel. The Rise of Babylon documents the similarities of the ancient empire of Babylon under King Nebuchadnezzar and the new Babylon being rebuilt by Saddam Hussein.Rows and rows of soldiers parade in, dressed in Babylonian tunics and carrying swords, spears, and shields. Interspersed among the ranks of soldiers are groups of musicians playing harps, horns, and drums. Clusters of children carry palm branches and runners bear bowls of incense. Then come soldiers and still more soldiers in a seemingly endless line of men and weapons. After the procession, the guests attend a ceremony paying tribute to Ishtar, the mother goddess of Babylon.Is this a scene of pagan worship from the time of Daniel? No, this is a scene I witnessed when I returned to Babylon in 1988 for the second International Babylon Festival held under the patronage of Saddam Hussein! - excerpt from The Rise of Babylon
Comments: (7)
Sadaron above the Gods
I was fascinated with the insight into Saddam's rise to power. I started reading this book just before the war began in Iraq. I was convinced that we were right to make sure Saddam was overthrown. The nation of Iraq has been in turmoil since day one of Saddam's reign and too many innocent lives have been lost. As a Christian interested in prophesy, this book also answered many of my questions as to Iraq's role in the events leading up to the Tribulation. As a bonus, Mr. Dyer has included some fascinating photographs of the ancient city of Babylon.
Laizel
Still a good read in 2017 for a better understanding of Babylon.
Landarn
this book is very informative, about the middle east and the rise of Babylon again under that dictatorship.
Usishele
The book came quickly and was of a good quality. I would recommend to anyone to purchase it. Thank you
Mojind
excellent information on the ancient Biblical city that will be significant in the last days of earth history.
Gamba
Rise of Babylon
Good round up of Bible prophecies and present day facts about Babylon. Have believed Babylon would be rebuilt for years. Dyer gives more facts.
Goodman
It aspires to emulate Charles Dickens in comparing London and Paris by comparing The City of God -Jerusalem to the City of Man-Babylon and following their histories, from 600 B.C. Wow, a long time ago.

The book was originally published in 1990 before the first Gulf War. The author visited Babylon in the late 1980's and saw the progress. After Saddam took over in 1980 he decided to go after Iran, thinking he could take them out. After several years he was unsucessful, so, he decided to rebuild Babylon to encourage the troops to relive the greatness of the past.

He was out of $, so, he decided to go after Kuwait due to its access to the sea. Unfortunately, the whole world decided that was the stop point, so he had to back down.

The book cover says it has been updated and republished in 2003, just before the second Gulf War. I guess the update is a quote from President Bush that says, "If Saddam gets what amounts to the size of a softball of nuclear material he COULD create havic upon... the whole world. So, it kinda makes it like a hawk of war.

The book recounts all of Babylon's mention in the Bible, when it even worked with Jerusalem against a common enemy. Then it was back to being against Jerusalem. Talks of Nebuchadnessar and makes a good point, he was not a Muslum. We also get the history of Jerusalem before it was destoyed.

We get many bible verses that talk of the impending destruction of Babylon and it is pondered that Kurds could be the group from the North to do the job as saddam really terrorized them. But, they don't know.

There is talk that at the rapture perhaps 28 million Americans could be gone leaving the United States as a second tier country and that is why it does not appear in the end times of the Revelation.

The final portion is a gospel tract to accept Christ as your Savior. There are very good endnotes expalining where the quote are from which I found helpful and referred to often.

Now with Saddam gone it is hard to imagine somebody replacing him. I guess for it to happen would be unbelieveably HUGE.
Given the fact that a certain mustachioed megalomaniac has finally been removed from power in Iraq, I thought this book would make an interesting read in light of the events that have transpired since its publication in 1991. The book is not primarily about Saddam Hussein, and it has not been rendered obsolete by Hussein's long-overdue ouster. Babylon has been important Biblically since the earliest days of man, yet I for one have never had an adequate understanding of the extent of its importance. Babylon is where man first rebelled against God, constructing the Tower of Babel in an effort to reach heaven by man's work alone; Babylon is responsible for the destruction of the kingdom of Judah, Solomon's Temple, and Jerusalem itself in 586 BC; and Babylon's utter destruction is prophesized during the End Times. Clearly, the destruction spoken of in the Bible has yet to occur; the ancient city's ruins still stand, with many of its ancient bricks having been used to build many a dwelling place over the centuries; when the prophesized destruction of Babylon takes place, no trace of the city will ever be found again.
Dyer's impetus for writing this book was Saddam Hussein's rebuilding of the ancient city of Babylon, a subject I knew nothing about from news reports over the years. The rebuilding began soon after the start of the Iran-Iraq War, and Dyer argues that this act of reconstruction was meant to serve as a reminder and inspiration to the Iraqi people of their centuries-old antagonism for the Persians who had conquered them. Hussein consciously cast himself in the role of Nebuchadnezzar's successor, implanting an image of himself as not only the man destined to restore the country to greatness but as the man who would unite Arabs against their ancient enemies, the Persians and the Jews. All of this is very interesting, but this book's greatest strength is its presentation of the ancient story that Hussein was consciously trying to manipulate for his own selfish reasons. The Rise of Babylon offers a very readable recounting of the history of both the Babylonians and the Hebrews. The prophecies of both ancient prophets such as Isaiah, Daniel, and Jeremiah as well as those expressed in the New Testament are unchanging, and Babylon's place in Earth's final tribulations is foretold and of great importance, even if Saddam Hussein may not play the direct role in such events suggested in this book. This is not really a book about Hussein; it is a book on Babylon's integral place in Biblical history and prophecy, and for that reason Dyer's very readable text is by no means invalidated by the course of events in the Middle East since the time of its publication.
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