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Babylon or Jerusalem

BABYLON OR JERUSALEM
Which Will Rule The World?
Revised Edition

Jan Willem van der Hoeven, 2009

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Two cities figure predominantly in the Bible's discussion of the end times: BABYLON and JERUSALEM. One represents man's attempt to make a perfect world on his own; the other, God's intervention and salvation. One symbolizes man's drive for prosperity, stability and unity without God; the other, God's impartation of these things through submission to His Lordship. One is a city full of greed, materialism and immorality; the other, a city filled with selflessness, peace, and holiness. One is the seat of a cruel megalomaniac: a world dictator who talks of peace and prosperity, but will finally be revealed as a false messiah. The other is the seat of the true Prince of peace, whose reign will bring ultimate peace and righteousness to this world.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Acknowledgments
Foreword
Introduction

    Part 1 Babylon

  1. The Beginning of Babylon
  2. The Economic Factor
  3. The Political Factor
  4. The New Age Spiritual Factor
  5. Will History Repeat Itself?
  6. What Role Will the Church Play?

    Part 2 Jerusalem

  7. Jerusalem, God's Focal Point for a New World
  8. The Time of Jacob's Trouble
  9. Early Christian Zionists
  10. Why Israel is Hated
  11. The Battle for the Land
  12. The Temple Mount

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AUTHOR PROFILE

Jan Willem van der Hoeven is the founder/director of the International Christian Zionist Center in Israel. He was born in Holland and studied in England, obtaining his Bachelor of Divinity from London University. Jan Willem s home for many years has been the Middle East, first in the Arab world, then in Israel. From 1968 to 1975, he was the custodian and preacher at the Garden Tomb in Jerusalem. He was one of the initiators of the yearly, international, Christian celebration of the Feast of Tabernacles in Jerusalem and a principal founder of the International Christian Embassy. He has traveled extensively in many nations, addressing Christian, Jewish and secular audiences, and is a recognized authority on the history, challenges and prophecies regarding this most strategic region of the world. Jan Willem and his wife, Ellen, live north of Jerusalem in Anatot, the Biblical home of Jeremiah the prophet.


BOOK SPECIFICATIONS

191 pages, paperback.
ISBN 9780942507829