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  • Author:
    Hal Lindsey
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    0553263730
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    978-0553263732
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    Bantam Books; 1st edition (July 31, 1982)
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In a later book, titled, The 1980s: Countdown to Armageddon, he indicated that he believed it was possible that the battle of Armageddon could occur in the not too distant future, stating, "the decade of the 1980s could very well be the last decade of history as we know i. He noted. He noted again that there is no. reference to the . He listed a few scenarios that seemed plausible to him at the time: (1) A takeover by Communists, (2) destruction by a surprise Soviet nuclear attack, or (3) becoming a dependent of the 10-nation European community

The premise of this book is based upon Hal Lindsey's prophecies that the anti-Christ is already here on earth and will come forth during the 1980s. The 1980's: Countdown to Armageddon Hardcover – 1980. by. Hal Lindsey (Author).

The premise of this book is based upon Hal Lindsey's prophecies that the anti-Christ is already here on earth and will come forth during the 1980s. Find all the books, read about the author, and more.

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The Late, Great Planet Earth is a best-selling 1970 book by Hal Lindsey with Carole C. Carlson, and first published by Zondervan

The Late, Great Planet Earth is a best-selling 1970 book by Hal Lindsey with Carole C. Carlson, and first published by Zondervan. The book was first featured on a prime time television special featuring Hal Lindsey in 1974 to 1975 with an audience of 17,000,000 and produced by Alan Hauge of GMT Productions. Years later, it was adapted by Rolf Forsberg and Robert Amram during 1976 into a film narrated by Orson Welles and released by Pacific International Enterprises

Hal Lindsey is a Christian evangelist who has written many best-selling books on Biblical prophecy. His other books include "The 1980's: Countdown to Armageddon" (1980), "Combat Faith" (1986) and "Amazing Grace" (1995).

Hal Lindsey is a Christian evangelist who has written many best-selling books on Biblical prophecy. Born in Houston, Texas, Lindsey was a brawling, hard-drinking tugboat captain on the Mississippi River during his youth, until a born again experience transformed his life. He described those experiences in "The Events That Changed My Life" (1977). After his conversion, Lindsey earned a degree in theology from Dallas Theological Seminary and worked with Campus Crusade for Christ for eight years.

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Argues that current events fit the pattern of Biblical prophesy concerning the end of the world and the second coming of Christ

Conjukus
This was exactly as described and promptly sent. I didn't need a new copy so this was perfect for me.
Erthai
Some things are no more like the Soviet Union but some things are still true like Russia is not a friend of Israel. As with any prediction of the End, only God knows the date. The fulfillment of prophecy is startling!
INwhite
I bought this for a reference book. I have not yet had time to study it. I'm giving it the benefit of the doubt by rating it 3 stars.
AGAD
Harold Lee "Hal" Lindsey (born 1929) is a best-selling author, who is currently host of "The Hal Lindsey Report" TV program. (He formerly hosted International Intelligence Briefing on TBN, but the show was removed as being too "pro-Israel"/"anti-Arab"; he provides the financing for the Hal Lindsey Report himself.) Controversially, he has divorced three times and married four times. (His second wife, Jan, was the best-known, as she was featured on the back cover of his earlier books.) He has written many other books, including The Late Great Planet Earth;There's a New World Coming;The Messiah [aka 'The Promise']; The Rapture;Planet Earth, 2000 A. D.;The Final Battle;Planet Earth: The Final Chapter;Vanished Into Thin Air;The Everlasting Hatred: The Roots of Jihad, etc.

He wrote in the introductory pages of this 1980 book, "If the events detailed in this book were examined independently, it would be easy to miss their significance regarding the picture of the future painted by the Hebrew prophets. However, when each is considered in light of all the others, one thing becomes obvious: We are moving at an ever-accelerating rate of speed into a prophetic countdown. The very destiny of mankind is as stake." (Pg. xii) He cautioned, "The decade of the 1980s could very well be the last decade of history as we know it." (Pg. 8) Of the Antichrist, he said, "As I wrote 10 years ago in The Late Great Planet earth, I believe this man is alive today---alive and waiting to come forth." (Pg. 15) Furthermore, "I believe the false prophet is in the Middle East today, awaiting his fateful hour." (Pg. 48)

He again cites The Jupiter effect as predicting "scary side-effects of the new wave of quakes will be great floods... and nuclear power plant meltdowns at facilities built on or near the Earth's faults." (Pg. 29-30) About the European Common Market, he concedes, "It is possible that MORE than 10 nations could at one point be admitted. But in the final stages, it will number 10." (Pg. 104) He asserts, "I believe that this [EEC] parliament... will be the framework for the political force which will be headed by the anti-Christ. And I believe that leader is alive somewhere in Europe; perhaps he is already a member of the EEC parliament." (Pg. 106) He adds, "A member of the European Common Market will suffer a head wound which would normally be fatal. Miraculously he will be restored to health. That will be an unmistakable signal." (Pg. 112)

About the Trilateral Commission, he says, "I believe the Trilateralist movement is unwittingly setting the stage for the political-economic one-world system the Bible predicts for the last days... What the trilateralists are trying to establish will soon be controlled by the coming world leader---the anti-Christ himself." (Pg. 128) He adds, "prophecy definitely singles out who the leader of the western world will be in the final stage of history---and it WON'T be the U.S.... the 10-nation confederacy that rises up from the ruins of the Old Roman Empire will be the west's dominating power." (Pg. 131) He also argues, "I believe that if the U.S. ever turns its back on Israel, we will no longer exist as a nation. Don't take this lightly, for throughout history the rise and fall of empires can be directly related to how they treated the Jews." (Pg. 158)

And after quoting Matt 24:34, he insists, "But what generation was Jesus talking about?... He could only have meant the generation that would see the prophetic predictions come together... WE ARE THE GENERATION HE WAS TALKING ABOUT!" (Capitalization in the original.) (Pg. 162)

Anyone care to re-read Matthew 24:36 and Deuteronomy 18:22?
Ndlaitha
Harold Lee "Hal" Lindsey (born 1929) is a best-selling author, who is currently host of "The Hal Lindsey Report" TV program. (He formerly hosted International Intelligence Briefing on TBN, but the show was removed as being too "pro-Israel"/"anti-Arab"; he provides the financing for the Hal Lindsey Report himself.) Controversially, he has divorced three times and married four times. (His second wife, Jan, was the best-known, as she was featured on the back cover of his earlier books.) He has written many other books, including The Late Great Planet Earth;There's a New World Coming;The Messiah [aka 'The Promise']; The Rapture;Planet Earth, 2000 A. D.;The Final Battle;Planet Earth: The Final Chapter;Vanished Into Thin Air;The Everlasting Hatred: The Roots of Jihad, etc.

He wrote in the introductory pages of this 1980 book, "If the events detailed in this book were examined independently, it would be easy to miss their significance regarding the picture of the future painted by the Hebrew prophets. However, when each is considered in light of all the others, one thing becomes obvious: We are moving at an ever-accelerating rate of speed into a prophetic countdown. The very destiny of mankind is as stake." (Pg. xii) He cautioned, "The decade of the 1980s could very well be the last decade of history as we know it." (Pg. 8) Of the Antichrist, he said, "As I wrote 10 years ago in The Late Great Planet earth, I believe this man is alive today---alive and waiting to come forth." (Pg. 15) Furthermore, "I believe the false prophet is in the Middle East today, awaiting his fateful hour." (Pg. 48)

He again cites The Jupiter effect as predicting "scary side-effects of the new wave of quakes will be great floods... and nuclear power plant meltdowns at facilities built on or near the Earth's faults." (Pg. 29-30) About the European Common Market, he concedes, "It is possible that MORE than 10 nations could at one point be admitted. But in the final stages, it will number 10." (Pg. 104) He asserts, "I believe that this [EEC] parliament... will be the framework for the political force which will be headed by the anti-Christ. And I believe that leader is alive somewhere in Europe; perhaps he is already a member of the EEC parliament." (Pg. 106) He adds, "A member of the European Common Market will suffer a head wound which would normally be fatal. Miraculously he will be restored to health. That will be an unmistakable signal." (Pg. 112)

About the Trilateral Commission, he says, "I believe the Trilateralist movement is unwittingly setting the stage for the political-economic one-world system the Bible predicts for the last days... What the trilateralists are trying to establish will soon be controlled by the coming world leader---the anti-Christ himself." (Pg. 128) He adds, "prophecy definitely singles out who the leader of the western world will be in the final stage of history---and it WON'T be the U.S.... the 10-nation confederacy that rises up from the ruins of the Old Roman Empire will be the west's dominating power." (Pg. 131) He also argues, "I believe that if the U.S. ever turns its back on Israel, we will no longer exist as a nation. Don't take this lightly, for throughout history the rise and fall of empires can be directly related to how they treated the Jews." (Pg. 158)

And after quoting Matt 24:34, he insists, "But what generation was Jesus talking about?... He could only have meant the generation that would see the prophetic predictions come together... WE ARE THE GENERATION HE WAS TALKING ABOUT!" (Capitalization in the original.) (Pg. 162)

Anyone care to re-read Matthew 24:36 and Deuteronomy 18:22?
Ckelond
In 1980, for my thirteenth Christmas, I asked for and received this book. Hal Lindsey, decrees that Jesus Christ would return and rapture us born-agains to heaven by 1988. Lindsey also predicted the ten-member European "Common Market" represented the ten-horned beast, or something with ten horns, called for in the book of Revelation.

Twenty years later and no rapture. The Common Market, now known as the European Union, has twenty-seven nations as members, not ten. There's no 27-horned beast mentioned in Revelation, the last book of the Bible (a book that almost didn't make the cut into the "canon of Scripture"). 27 horns is a lot to carry around, even for a nasty beast. I assumed Mr. Lindsey would've faded into oblivion, having made a fool of himself with his failed predictions, but when I googled him, imagine my surprise to learn he's got a website. The tab for online giving must mean a sufficient quantity of dupes give money to this charlatan to keep him prognosticating his fictional tales of mindless superstition. Not surprisingly, a search of his site for Countdown to Armageddon yields no results.