Has anyone here ever read a book by the title of

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  1. BillyMac

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    "The Day of the Lord is at Hand", by Benjamin Baruch??? It is a book about prophesy and as I understand it, he contradicts what we have traditionally believed about the coming tribulation and the end of days.

    There is a website but it doesn't reveal any of the answers. I suppose you have to buy the book to get at that information. But if anyone here has already read it perhaps you could reveal its contents regarding:

    (the numerations are mine to make it easier to read)

    Source -Home Page-

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  2. Joseph_Botwinick

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    I have not read this book. Have no idea. Sorry.

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  3. Monergist

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    A quote from this book found at the website linked above:

    I would stay far away from this one. If you want a different view of prophecy, try something by Ken Gentry or Gary DeMar.
     
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    If you visit, Benjamin Baruch's website (www.thedayofthelordisathand) he quotes quite a bit from his book. I've actually litened to both is radio programs. He sounds believable at first, until you hear him quote God as "yelling at him" and that God "argues with him".. I was doing a search to see if there were any more information about him and found some interesting information about him at. This guy had emailed Baruch and caught him on some lies

    home.austin.rr.com/ozarkbarbie/

    He says that America is modern day Babylon and that we will be nuked. California, Florida, Las Vegas, etc... mainly coastal cities. He even says that God has warned his remnant the true church to flee America (Babylon) and to run to Isreal! Unbelievable. I haven't heard anyone else point out that the scriptures in Revelations tell us the church to leave (flee) for Isreal. Has anyone else? This is something that I will study more in depth. I've never thought of this before, but in the book of Exodus, God does lead his children into another country. I've just finished reading the book of Revelations this week (after reading Baruch's prophesies) to compare, and now I'm going to read it again. There are so many unanswered questions.
     
  5. Pastor Larry

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    Anyone who says those things have no scriptural basis is clearly deluded. We might argue about the validity of the conclusions drawn from the basis, but the basis is clearly there.

    This nonsense about God speaking to him is clearly indicative of someone who is not listening to Scripture. I would stay far away from this book.
     
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    Isn't it amazing how these men have a corner on the market that nobody else understands?

    They are so in tune with God that their brain needs no power. For if it did they might have to think. They forgot that to study means to engage the brain for at least a moment.

    Don't waste your time reading that book. Read the Bible.
     

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