Chris Queen-Author of “Misquoting Logic” “What Bart Ehrman Forgot To Tell You About The Coming Apocalypse And Your Place In It.” Is the United States specifically revealed in the Bible? It has been a question of increasing wonder. Why, many ask, is the United States not mentioned in the Bible? Daniel was told to seal up the vision because it was for the time of the end. Many perceive the world becoming darker from a spiritual worldview therefore thinking we are living in the time of the end. Truth is Jesus said implicitly the generation which would see the Olive Tree (Israel) putting forth its branches (symbolic for the rebirth of Israel) would not pass away until everything would be fulfilled. The rebirth of Israel (1948) and the retaking of the temple in Jerusalem (1967) heralded the unsealing of the vision of Daniel and provide the reference points for many timelines in the prophetic Bible record allowing through simple math word problems the tracing of the specific birth date of the United States among other events of modern history. In his book Misquoting Logic author Chris Queen reveals the math from the timelines to provide concrete evidence that the merciful God of the Bible provides there even for the skeptics. Available on Amazon or genuinearticlex7.wordpress.com
Those skeptics have doubted Daniel wrote his book before Alexander attacked the Persian Empire in 334 B.C. at the River Granicus due to the pinpoint accuracy of Daniel’s predictions. The book of Daniel was among the Dead Sea Scrolls hidden near the Dead Sea in Jars in about 200 B.C. So those who hid the scrolls containing all the books of the present day Old Testament the Jewish Bible of that time, except the book of Esther, believed Daniel to have been authentically prophetic by that date. Is it coincidence that these scrolls, proving the modern Old Testament is 95% accurate, were discovered in 1947, the year before the prophesied rebirth of Israel?
The critics for decades upon decades had laughed Daniel off because there was no King Belshazzar as stated in Daniel, listed as king in the chronicles of Babylon. But a clay tablet was discovered which indeed speaks of Belshazzar, son of the last recorded king in the chronicles of Babylon, Nabonidus, silencing the critics.
A country as powerful and central to the world power structure and founding of Israel after victory in World War II would surely be spoken of in the Bible. And it assuredly is there. Book here: http://BookLocker.com/books/9247.html