Dateline Jerusalem: an eyewitness account of prophecies unfolding in the Middle East / Chris Mitchell, Jerusalem Bureau Chief, CBN News.
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- ISBN: 9781400206339 (sound recording : hoopla Audio Book)
- ISBN: 1400206332 (sound recording : hoopla Audio Book)
- Physical Description: 1 online resource (1 audio file (8hr., 48 min.)) : digital
- Edition: Unabridged.
- Publisher: [United States] : THOMAS NELSON : 2013.
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|Participant or Performer Note:|| Read by Maurice England.
|Summary, etc.:|| History's final chapter will be written in Jerusalem. When an Iranian president thunders a murderous threat or an obscure Turkish drunkard has a dream in Mecca or a Jewish couple from Brooklyn lands at Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion airport, these events might seem disconnected. But they're not. In Dateline Jerusalem, CBN News correspondent Chris Mitchell connects the dots and unveils Jerusalem as the epicenter and crossroads of the spiritual, political, and, yes, supernatural worlds. For thousands of years, Jerusalem's powerful draw has always transcended simple economics, military strategy, and religious affiliation. In our own time, as the Arab Spring threatens to become an Islamic Winter, one commentator warns: "The Arab Spring doesn't lead to democracy, it leads to Jerusalem." Indeed, the fragile peace of Israel is in new peril as violent Islamic factions vie for control of surrounding nations. Yet Muslims are converting to Christianity in record numbers. Dateline Jerusalem untangles and chronicles all this through the riveting narrative of a Christian reporter in the upheaval of the modern Fertile Crescent. We live in a world where we cannot afford to be ill informed. What happens in the strategic Middle East, Israel, and Jerusalem is critical. It matters to you. Today's news might focus on Washington, New York, London, or Moscow, but history's final chapter will be written in Jerusalem. Chris Mitchell's firsthand experiences and reporting uniquely qualify him to expound on and explain the major trends and developments sweeping the Middle East and affecting the world. Mitchell has served as the bureau chief for CBN News since August 2000.
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