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by Larry Collins

ISBN: 193240709X
ISBN13: 978-1932407099
Language: English
Publisher: New Millenium (November 1, 2003)
Pages: 288
Category: Thrillers and Suspense
Subategory: Thriller

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Written by Larry Collins, Audiobook narrated by Scott Brick. The line between fact and fiction is so tight in Larry Collins' thriller, The Road to Armageddon, that listeners will find themselves short of breath trying to separate the reality of this tense yarn from the evening's headlines.

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Widowed ex-CIA agent Jim Duffy must race against time to locate Russian nuclear weapons purchased with profits from the opium and heroin trade by radical members of the Iranian clergy who seek to destroy Israel and the United States.
This was a pretty good thriller but I have to agree with another reviewer who was put off by the typos. This publisher desperately needs a proofreader. For example, on one page Charlie Wilson's name is spelled correctly but on the next it's spelled "Charley Wilson". There are numerous other examples and I have to admit they were distracting. I kept thinking why this author needed to be published by such a incompetent company.

The kindle version is PDF like. You can not read it vertically. Amazon must review and fix. The Book is very good but the format could be better.

I hate it when books on prophecy take a verse here and a verse there and try to make a coherent explanation while ignoring the whole picture that the Bible readily gives to anyone willing to look for it.

It's even worse when the book is factually/theologically wrong.

Page 29: The night before His crucifixion Christ observed the Passover with His disciples.

Factually wrong. The Greek language has a distinct word for leavened brad and another distinct word for unleavened bread. The term used when describing the last supper is for leavened bread. Thus the last supper was not a Passover meal. Passover was the next day.

Page 33: Christians go immediately to heaven when they die (based on II Corinthians 5:8).

But this contradicts the whole idea of a rapture. If a Christian’s soul/spirit is already in heaven when they die, what purpose can resurrecting his body serve? It’s more believable to think that Christians are in hell with everybody else (hell being the netherworld where souls await judgment) where they can preach the Gospel to anyone who didn’t hear it before they died.

Page 33: I Thessalonians 4 says that Christ will bring the souls of Christians with Him when He comes for the rapture.

No where in I Thessalonians chapter 4 does it say that “He brings their souls back” as the authors quote supposedly from this chapter. They don’t give a verse number- but that’s because the verse doesn’t exist except in their own minds.

Page 37-38: Every passage in the Bible about the rapture presents it as if it is the next prophetic thing to happen.

Not exactly. The Bible’s passages about the rapture have to be read in the context of the rest of the Bible in total, not just the verses immediately before the place where the rapture is mentioned.

The Bible’s prophecy about the Gog/Magog invasion of Israel explains that the invasion will take the world by surprise (Ezekiel 38:13) because Gog/Magog in launching the invasion against a land of unwalled villages meaning Israel is at peace. Compare this with I Thessalonians 5:3 For when they shall say, Peace and safety; then sudden destruction cometh upon them, as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape.

A reasonable explanation of prophecy is that the rapture will coincide with Israel’s defeat of Gog/Magog (as will the sealing of the Israelite Tribes in Revelation). But, the Gog/Magog invasion can’t happen as long as Islam is at war with Israel because Israel is not a peace. Thus, we shouldn’t expect the rapture before Islam is neutralized.

The authors also make the mistake of ignoring the non-Jewish Israelites. Numerous times in the Old Testament God told Abraham and then Jacob that their descendants would become multiple nations. So while all Jews are Israelites, not every Israelite is a Jew. Any interpretation of prophecy that ignores this fact is bound to be wrong.

This book doesn’t address the issue directly (instead giving you a list of other books to read), but any book that addresses the 70 weeks of years prophecy in Daniel must be aware that we have practically no archaeological data (at least that I am aware of) to indicate when the 70 weeks began, and the documentary evidence we have, namely lists of kings who have ruled in the region of Mesopotamia, do not agree on how many kings actually reigned and thus when the lists began. We simply cannot know when the 70 weeks began.

We do, however, have a very good chance of pinpointing the birth date and resurrection date of Christ. We know from astronomy that in the years 3-2 BC Jupiter and Venus had some unusually close conjunctions while Jupiter had 3 extremely rare conjunctions with the star Regulus in the Constellation Leo before rising as the morning star in the fall of 2 BC and appearing directly over Bethlehem on December 25, 2 BC. Christ was most likely born in the fall of 2 BC. Then, if He spent 3 days and 3 nights in His tomb, He was crucified on a Wednesday. The only Wednesday Passover during the years 28-34 AD was in 30 AD. Daniel’s 70 weeks and when they began don’t really have anything to do with the rapture, Armageddon or the Second Coming, but prophecy books want to address it anyway- just to give the reader the idea that the book has some substance to it.

The key factors for studying end time prophecy are

1. The rise of Daniel’s 4 kingdoms (which aren’t a rehash of Nebuchadnezzar’s statue as most prophecy “experts” claim;

2. The re-unification of the Tribes of Israel prophesied by Ezekiel chapter 37 (which may be one of Daniel’s kingdoms);

3. The Gog/Magog invasion of Israel.

The rapture, the rise of the antichrist, Armageddon and the Second Coming all follow from these 3 events. But, this book doesn’t address them. This book is mainly an excuse for the authors to preach and sermonize (as most prophecy books are). And considering their theology, I wouldn’t trust them.

I have been a big fan of Larry Collins' books over the years and started off very engrossed in his latest, The Road To Armageddon, as well. However, the extreme amount of detail Collins offers on everything from money laundering to obtaining materials for use in developing nuclear devices made me feel I was reading a "How To" primer rather than a thriller. As a result, after forcing myself to read about half of the book, I had to give up. Life is too short and there are too many books to read to make me try to finish this book. I wouldn't be surpised that if I was able to finish the book, it would have been a good read. Most of Collins' books are. But, I guess, the ability to work your way through the overwhelming amount of detail requires much more willpower than I have. I can't say that The Road To Armageddon is a bad book, since I wasn't able to finish it. The purpose of my review is to alert you to what you are in for should you attempt to read The Road To Armageddon. Caveat emptor!

I got the hardback edition for Christmas, and as I always do, I decided I'd read the book based on the person's recommendation, but I'd get the Kindle version and read that rather than the print version. I downloaded the sample, but I found it to be unusable and decided to stick with the print version.

It doesn't seem to be formatted for Kindle at all; rather it appears to be a scan of a print book. It page-breaks in the middle of lines, so where it breaks you sort of have to guess what it says based on the half you can see. And it displays sideways, and when I try to turn my Kindle Fire sideways so I can read it, the display turns sideways as I do so, so I have no choice but to turn my head sideways. (I could lock the display, but that makes everything else I do inconvenient.) So after trying the sample, I never did purchase the full book; I'm going to stick with the hardback that I got for Christmas.

The one star rating is for the Kindle edition, and is no reflection on the novel itself. I haven't read it yet, but I respect the person who recommended it enough that I believe it will be good. Just don't get the Kindle edition.

Also, the people maintaining the Amazon site seem to be a bit confused. There are two "Roads to Armageddon": the novel by Larry Collins, and "The Road to Armageddon: A Biblical Understanding of Prophecy etc. etc." by J. Dwight Pentecost and others. This is not the biblical understanding of prophecy book; this is the novel.

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