• Vernon
    Posted at 17:32h, 12 December

    Thanks for posting Joel.

    I just received ‘Dateline Jerusalem’ in the mail. Looking forward to your new book concerning the Whore of Babylon.

  • good4u
    Posted at 00:45h, 13 December

    Hi Joel!

    I just want to echo Vernon’s last remark. There is a bigger demand than you may realize regarding your position of biblical evidence for Saudi Arabia being the Whore of Babylon. I know you have a lot on your plate with trying to complete and tie up loose ends on your documentary film coming out next year and other projects too, but give real consideration to completing this topic into a book. You have many interested supporters who want to know why this controversial candidate is the one and not another and not to mention, it is an endless source of debate on prophecy message boards! Ha! 🙂



  • Vernon
    Posted at 13:20h, 13 December

    Good4u is right,

    There’s no lack of debate on this issue. Currently, there are (3) new books released which challenge the Arabia position: ‘The Final Babylon’, ‘Babylon Rising’ and ‘Mystery Jerusalem’. The first two believe that America is the whore, while the third book (written by Chris White) makes the case that Jerusalem is Babylon.

  • Richard
    Posted at 04:48h, 18 December

    @Vernon, I can’t imagine that the authors you write about could have any convincing arguments. I don’t see how they could argue that the literal references to the destruction of Babylon, Persia, Damascus, Egypt, Tyre, Arabia, and Edom by the messiah in the old testament are all allegorical references America, Europe, or some mysterious “One World Order”. I also suspect that all their “biblical evidence” for their positions is them applying their own personal interpretations to allegories in the book of Revelation and Daniel. You see it all the time with the “prophecy buffs” they will literalize allegoric passages and allegorize literal passages.

  • Vernon
    Posted at 16:32h, 18 December


    I wholeheartedly agree. The scriptures are very clear but our personal biases are indeed a formidable distraction which have led many of us astray doctrinally. I can certainly testify to that. It is all the more why we must pray for one another that the Spirit of the Lord will grant wisdom to his children who seek him with all their hearts. Thank you for sharing brother.



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