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Beyond Iraq: The Next Move-Ancient Prophecy and Modern Day Conspiracy Collide [Paperback]

By Mike Evans (Author)
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Pages   176
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 8.4" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.6"
Weight:   0.4 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Aug 31, 2008
Publisher   Crossstaff Publishers
ISBN  0935199365  
EAN  9780935199369  

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With the Bible's various prophecies of the downfall of Babylon, one would think Christian eschatologists would have a field day with the war in Iraq. But apart from a few perfunctory prophetic exegeses-Jeremiah's "arrows of expert warriors" are laser-guided bombs, the "plunderers of the North" are looters at Iraq's National Museum, Isaiah's "chariot of men with horses" is an Abrams tank-this poorly organized, fundamentalist screed touts the Bible less as a crystal ball than as a rationale for a Wolfowitzian grand strategy against the Muslim world. On the temporal plane, Evans argues that the U. S. should use its control of Iraqi oil to break OPEC, and employ Iraq as a base ("only a short reach from the throat of Syria and Iran") for the war on terrorism. On the spiritual plane, because Islam is "a religion conceived in the pit of hell" and terrorism is orchestrated by demons, he advocates the use of Christian prayers summoning angelic intervention to root out the evils of terror and Islamic fanaticism. Evans, founder of the Jerusalem Prayer Team ministry and author of Why Christians Should Support Israel, is especially concerned with the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. He opposes Bush's "road map" initiative and insists that God apportioned the West Bank and Gaza to the Jews of the land of Israel, whose modern consolidation is a prerequisite for the Second Coming. Evans's one-sided account of Middle East conflicts, based on fancifully symbolic readings of obscure Bible passages, concedes virtually no legitimate grievances or non-demonically inspired motivations to Muslims and Palestinians. His book is a disturbing addition to the debate on these critical areas of U. S. foreign policy. Photos.

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Register your artisan biography and upload your photo! Mike Evans, author, award-winning journalist, and confidant to world leaders, has appeared on hundreds of radio and television broadcasts. His book "Beyond Iraq" was number one on both The NY Times and Amazon bestseller lists. An evangelist with a passion for the lost, Mike has spoken at over four thousand churches worldwide. His prayer ministry for the Middle East has touched the lives of millions. He and his family live in Texas.

Mike Evans currently resides in the state of Texas. Mike Evans was born in 1947.

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Demented warmongering  Jul 9, 2008
Ill-researched, dogmatic and demented - classic warmongering, in which religion plays its usual reactionary role. For example, US tele-evangelist Jim Robison opened a Republican National Convention by saying, "There will be no peace until Jesus comes. Any preaching of peace prior to this return is heresy. It is against the word of God. It is anti-Christ." This is a mirror-image of bin Laden's rhetoric.
Reconfirms what you already believe.  Jul 19, 2007
If you already believe that international events should be guided by the views of conservative, fundamentalist Christians, this book will tell you what you already think. Otherwise, you wonder just what the author is talking about.
Book preaches to the choir and maybe some woefully ignorant bystanders.
Most relevant book in print on the Middle East  Jun 8, 2007
Brilliantly insightful, a must read book for anyone that wants to get down to the heart of the issues for what is at stake in the Middle East, in America, and in the world. The author does an extraordinary job of explaining important past and present details that the media has neglected to thoroughly report on. This book really wakes the reader up to the seriousness of the crisis the world is facing.
Avoid  Jun 7, 2006
The author claims that God "spoke a vision" from heaven to him (I know, that makes no sense) to create a "Jerusalem Prayer Team" which interestingly, includes Tim Lahaye, the one who claims that there will be a pre-trib rapture using emotionalism as evidence in addition to verses he takes out of context (if you don't believe me read his explanations.)

This book also covers the usual things that other Iraq-is-Babylon type books do. This book isn't very helpful, just basically goes over the fact that there is turmoil in the middle east as the Bible says there will and would be. I'm not impressed by what I can read in newspapers and see in the news everyday.

I seriously doubt God called him to make a Jerusalem Prayer Team which included prominent people who often get on the news, as if they are holier than people who don't get on the news. Ridiculous.

Although he puts it into a Biblical context, his endorsement of Tim Lahaye and his boasting-like statements, makes this book perfect for the fireplace.
Painfully inept  Oct 18, 2005
Out of morbid curiosity, I bought this book for two dollars after plucking it out of the bargain bin of my nearby Christian bookstore. And all I can say is, "Wow."

First, what is the point of the book? The summary on the back cover claimed it was to reveal the mysteries of the middle east roadmap, but what precisely Evans meant by that is unclear. He mentions the roadmap in twenty or so pages at the end, and does not "reveal" anything except his strict opposition to any negotiated land-for-peace settlement with the Palestinians. President Bush receives far more mention than the Roadmap, leading me to believe that the book was intended more as a political apologia than as an explication of Middle East politics (and its relation to Bible prophecy).

The purpose of the book aside, I can't help but think Evans got himself in way over his head. The book is unorganized, its ideas unclear and undeveloped. He often promises to discuss an issue in a subsection's title, then proceeds not to talk about it at all in the actual text. For example, in the subsection entitled "Why Was The War On Terrorism Taken to Baghdad?", Evans mentions Bin Laden's opinion of the U.S, that the U.S. was at the time still searching for Hussein, that Bush had recently threatened Syria and Iran. He even talks about Abu Abbas, Abdel Rahman, and his discussion with a Saudi general -- but NOT why the war on terrorism was taken to Baghdad. Dancing around the issue might be an essential skill for politicians, but not for authors who want to command respect. Is Evans really this scatter-brained?

Spread randomly throughout the book are enlarged-print quotes taken from the text, phrases that I suppose Evans deemed so important that he wanted to underscore their significance. The only problem is that they are utterly vacuous. To list a few of the better zingers: "Organized crime is about greed. Terrorism is about glory," "If the troops had bacon with their eggs, it could mean the end," "Christianity differs from Islam as day differs from night," "Bush confronted Saddam, the godfather of Islamic state-sponsored terrorism, declaring 'It's time to show your cards,'" and my personal favorite, "Democracy in Iraq could become as contagious as the ebola virus." Perhaps Evans should retire from writing books and become a stand-up comedian.

Evans also makes many questionable claims, some of which contradict each other. In Chapter 1, he asserts, "Today terrorists have access to chemical and biological weapons that can kill tens of thousands in a matter of minutes." Wow! Really?! If it is true, and terrorists really perceive America as the great Satan (which most of them do, no doubt), then why has no large-scale chemical or biological attack occurred? Evans never qualifies his statement or offers proof. In his preface, he recalls a conversation in which the founder of the Mossad predicted that the U.S. would eventually experience terrorism within its own borders, noting that the likely target was the tallest building of New York City. Then, no more than seven pages later, Evans claims that "[n]o one could ever have predicted that the beginning of the 21st century would find the United States at war with [terrorists]." On page 14, Evans suggests that Islamic terrorists would soon make themselves the "delivery system[s]" for "an Islamic nuclear payload." Admittedly, Evans' target audience consists of blue-haired ladies, evangelical bible-thumpers, and contemporary Christian rock fans; and these people are not the most demanding when it comes to consistency and evidence (they do, after all, believe in invisible sky entities and creation myths). Still, one would expect Evans to know better than to write such absurdities, considering he knew the book was going to be published.

About the only claim that Evans makes which has some basis in truth is in the preface: "Iraq will become the U.S. base from which the war on terrorism in the Middle East is fought." Inadvertantly, it seems, Evans arrived at an unavoidable truth. The U.S. invaded Iraq not to disarm Saddam, not to disrupt state-sponsored terrorism, but to use Iraq as a base from which to project military power throughout a resource-rich region. That this is the only fact Evans manages to unveil in 100+ pages speaks to the utter incompetence of the man, and worthlessness of the book.

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