The new book, The Babylon Code, is destined to become a best-seller. In the book, Paul McGuire and Troy Anderson answer a question asked for millennia: how do we understand humanity’s rebellion against God? Their answer is straightforward although the concept is deep and dark — Mystery Babylon. If we grasp the mystery that is Babylon (as set forth in the Bible), we gain a strategic perspective on all of human history.
This past month, I spent considerable time interviewing Paul McGuire on the set of Prophecy in the News. The first of four lengthy interviews has now … Read More
Review of The Babylon Code by Paul McGuire and Troy Anderson
By S. Douglas Woodward, October 28, 2015
A Lens through which We See Man’s Rebellious Response to the Plan of the LORD God
It is the greatest riddle in the Bible. It is also the key insight conveying the context of the whole message of the scripture. What am I talking about? Mystery Babylon. What is Mystery Babylon? Why does the Bible call it, Mystery Babylon? When did this “cosmic colossus” appear? Does it still exist today? Will it exist again in the future? How does it relate to … Read More
OUR MISGUIDED MOTIVES IN THE MIDDLE EAST
The U.S Doesn’t Want to Destroy ISIS
American citizens rightly suppose that our President and his administration would do everything in their power to eliminate the threat of ISIS in the Middle East. Tragically, for misguided reasons, this is simply not the case.
The top priority in today’s U.S. geopolitical and military strategy for the Middle East constitutes a very different and ill-advised motive. President Obama’s stated primary goal is to seek regime changes across the board, eliminating the old autocrats from the late Muammar Gaddafi to the heinous president of Syria, Bashar … Read More
PICK YOUR POISON – THE U.S. CAN’T WIN IN SYRIA
In reviewing scores of articles on the conflict in Syria over the past two weeks, one thing is exceedingly clear: The U.S. can’t win.
In contrast, Russia has a clear strategy and rationale: Support Bashar Al-Assad since official state governments provide law and order. This was once true in Syria until the “Arab Spring” began in 2011. In other words, Russian policy now mirrors the cold war policy of the U.S that for 60 years traditionally supported authoritarian dictatorships that suppressed communist revolution (think Vietnam, Central and South America). Now … Read More