“Clash Of Kingdoms”


The book for review is “Clash of Kingdoms: What The Bible Says About Russia, Isis, Iran, and the End Times” by Charles Dyer and Mark Tobey with a foreword by Dr. David Jeremiah.

According to the back of the book this is the essential guide to what scripture foretells about current events in the Middle East and a road map for finding peace and hope.

The topics covered include the problems of nations, how the bear is back meaning Russia, Isis, Iran trying to rebuild the Persian power and how the world picks up the pieces. That is a whole lot going on.

Each chapter starts with a scripture to give you an idea of what you are about to read. But there are also scriptures sprinkled inside each chapters to reinforce what the Bible says in reference to the specific countries and their tactics used. Prophecies from the Bible are also mentioned to bridge the gap between the events and where it can be found in the Bible.

I have to admit I rarely read a foreward let alone an introduction but I read both for it interested me. While this might seem small for me it was huge. What I also liked was the size of the book at just 106 pages. It sets out what it wanted to accomplish without bogging us d own with back story that we might not read or find boring. This was an interesting book and while I have read similar books on this subject matter this one was more in-depth about specific regions instead of generality.

But while I enjoyed the book from the synopsis I did expect a bit more referencing to give it a nice well-rounded novel.

This book was received for free in exchange for an honest review.

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