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Could the writings of the ancient Hebrew prophets be relevant to events taking place in the world today?

Did the Hebrew prophets foretell the events of 9/11?

Are they relevant to our world today?

"Mega-Babylon" - where is it?

The Hebrew prophets - from Isaiah and Jeremiah, to the apostle John, spoke of a city and nation they referred to by the code name, "Mega-Babylon". Have these prophecies been fulfilled already? What about Daniel's "writing on the wall"?

Is Mega-Babylon:

  • The Roman Catholic Church?
  • A world super-church?
  • Rebuilt ancient Babylon?
  • Brussels
  • Jerusalem
  • Or somewhere entirely different?

Should this city/nation have a large Jewish population? Why all the talk about merchants, cargoes, commodities, trade? Can we rely on the words of these ancient prophets? If so, what else did they foretell that is still to be fulfilled? Do they refer to other major nations - USA, Russia, China, Europe? And what about militant Islam?

Bible prophecy is a fascinating subject, with more and more relevance to events that are in the news today. As we research the Hebrew prophets we find out what they consistently reveal concerning our modern world. Events that were predicted more than 2,500 years ago appear to be happening right now, and many other unfulfilled prophetic events could well be just around the corner. The prophets speak with a single voice, their revelations building into a clear picture of the near future. If we are not to be taken unaware by coming events, we really need to know what they say and heed their warnings

The author says, "My background is in lecturing, publishing, and radio/TV, but previously I ran a construction business. I still love to know how things are put together - buildings, origins of words, phrases - so I have used a similar approach in exploring what I believe to be an extremely important and relevant topic."

©2011 Raymond McCullough (P)2012 Raymond McCullough

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