THE NEXT GREAT WAR IN THE MIDDLE EAST
Please allow me share several comments from readers of my most recent book, THE NEXT GREAT WAR IN THE MIDDLE EAST. This is a subtle hint that I really need my readers to bless me with a review, even one sentence with your rating is a big help. These are some examples which might help trigger some words from your perspective:
Here are a few comments from Amazon.com:
- “This is Mr. Woodward’s best work yet and really helped give me some clarity I needed concerning Psalm 83 and Ezekiel 38. I agree that the idea of Israel conquering it’s surrounding neighbors would be geopolitical suicide and the idea that they could live in peace and safety after doing such a thing is absurd. Ezekiel 38:10’s “also” and “at the same time” has puzzled me for a long time. Time will tell…but I think Doug Woodward is onto something. I highly, highly recommend this book.” – Brenda S.
- “An interesting book that makes you think, well researched, and it presents various Biblical views of where we are today and makes you think. It could have been written from todays headlines.”
– Winston L. Frost
- “I like reading books about Bible prophecy that challenge me to think outside my comfort zone. There are couple of reasons for this. First seeing the subject through another believers eyes often gives a valuable perspective I normally might not have considered. Second, more often than not, errors or weakness in my own understanding are seen much more clearly when elucidated by someone else.”Douglas Woodward’s newest book The Next Great War in the Middle East: Russia Prepares to Fulfill the Prophecy of Gog and Magog is such a book. The book is written in two parts.
Part One: Geopolitical Analysis – is detailed look at the current geopolitical of the Middle East which focuses on Russian and American motivations and strategic objectives and the possible implications this has for Bible prophecy.
Part Two: Ezekiel’s Prophecy of Gog – takes another look at the divergent opinions regarding this great Biblical prophecy in light current events and macro trends. As part of this investigation Mr. Woodward takes a critical look at the popular Islamic Antichrist theory and its relationship to Gog and Magog.
There were parts of this book which I thought were really insightful and parts with which I respectfully disagree or at least was not convinced enough one way or another to draw my own definitive conclusions. What I liked:
1. I though Mr. Woodward’s look at current geopolitical in the Middle East and Russia’s and America’s involvement, objectives and goals to be instructive. In my opinion he did a good job of relating these geopolitical conditions to the bigger picture especially as it relates to a likely war in the Middle East.
2. Chapter 8 on the Ottoman Empire provided food for further thought.
3. Chapter 9 on the Table of Nations was really fascinating information which I would like to further explore for myself.
4. A brief gem Mr. Woodward mentioned that really struck a chord with me was his look at Chisleu 24 as an important Biblical date. Many do not know that this day was one of the most important days in Old Testament history because it marked the start of the countdown to the Messiah.”
[Taken from the lengthy review by author and reviewer William Struse – see the full review at Amazon.com in “Reviews” section.]
- “Different outlook well worth reading” – Onebyone
- “Outstanding book that provides reader with digestible theories on where this future crisis could be headed. As always, Woodward supports his thesis with a wealth of documentation illustrating how he draws his powerful conclusions. Must read for those interested in the topic and all views related to the Middle East in the years ahead.” – Luvsitalia
Thanks everyone for taking five minutes. Here is the link to Amazon if you can share your thoughts. Blessings to you for doing so.
P.S. I will be announcing and releasing a new book this week, more directed specifically taking a stand against the Islamic Antichrist position, which I regard to be an unacceptable variant to futurist thinking in Christian eschatology. Stay tuned for that information.