Friday, April 26, 2013
Some Books Worth Reading
Below are some books which explain what’s happening in the world today. I have read each of them and found them a worthy source of contemporary and even historical information.
Psalm 83: The Missing Prophecy Revealed by Bill Salus
Salus presents an intriguing look at a seldom recognized psalm with a prophetic impact.
Critical Thinking: Tools for Taking Charge of your Professional and Personal Life by Linda Elder and Richard Paul
Elder and Paul provide insight very much lacking in the population today. Critical thinking has been excised from the educational life of students today.
GBA 2015 by John A. Turner
Sheriff Turner gives a look at events of the present and near future in a combined fiction and non-fiction format.
How Evil Works by David Kupelian
Kupelian gives insight from a soundly Christian viewpoint into the machinations of evil in our contemporary world.
A Nation Forsaken: EMP: The Escalating Threat of an American Catastrophe by F. Michael Maloof
An electromagnetic pulse could devastate our electrical and electronic dependent society by either an air-burst nuclear explosion or a more natural solar production of sun-spot activity.
The U.S. Navy Seal Survival Handbook by Ralph Pezullo and Don Mann
Pezullo and Mann give information and reminders of methods used by our ancestors and today’s Navy Seals for surviving a societal collapse to a more primitive time.
The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin by Benjamin Franklin
Franklin provides insight into the early formation of our nation and its political and societal foundations.
Petrus Romanus by Thomas Horn and Chris Putnam
Horn and Putnam present a little-known prediction of papal heritage and the arrival of the final Pope.
Spiritual Tsunami: Bible Prophecy and World Events are Converging by Dr. Fred Thompson
Thompson notes the rapidly convergence toward the final end times of both Bible prophecy and world events.