Hal Lindsey is perhaps best known for his ground-breaking 1970 book, The Late, Great Planet Earth. He followed that success with 20 more bestsellers that have reached millions of readers worldwide on the subject of biblical end-time prophecy and how it is playing out in the headlines of today’s modern world. His latest book is, Everlasting Hatred: The Roots of Jihad.
Join Hal Lindsey as he takes listeners to the roots of animosity within the Muslim faith. It starts with two biblical half-brothers, Isaac and Ishmael. He explains how the Bible shows us that the enmity between these two and their ancestors would be so great, all the nations of the world will eventually be dragged into this “family feud” through a conflict over Israel.
This Crosstalk continues by looking at the religion of Islam and how it is a codification of Muslim hatred; the Palestinian factor; why Islamic fundamentalists hate the U.S.; the ultimate goal of Islam; and more.