Armageddonby Jerry B. Jenkins
Series: Left Behind #11
393 pages, Suspense
Reviewed by Anastasia
Clean and entertaining, but quite violent.
PlotNote: This book was co-written by Jerry B. Jenkins and Tim LaHaye.
As the day of Armageddon, which has been foretold for nearly two millennia, approaches, the Tribulation Force is scattered across the globe, preparing for the war. Meanwhile, the enemy is raising the stakes, and it is getting more difficult for believers in Jesus to hide. Who will still be alive to see the Glorious Appearing?
MoralityChristian standards are upheld in this book, with no glaring or controversial issues presented.
Spiritual ContentThis book continues to display the cosmic battle of good versus evil on earth. Christians across the globe rally together in prayer as they eagerly await the return of Jesus Christ, and many are martyred for their faith and for refusing to take the mark of the beast.
ViolenceThere is a lot of violence in this book because it takes place during the end of the Great Tribulation, where the evil in the world has become rampant. Christians are martyred, others are murdered, and the book ends in the midst of a full-scale war.
Drug and Alcohol ContentNone.
Crude or Profane Language or ContentNone.
ConclusionAs a fan of the Left Behind series, I loved this book. There were parts of it that made me sad, but it made me look forward to the next book because I knew that the end I had been waiting for was fast approaching.
The Left Behind series is controversial among Christians because of different viewpoints concerning the book of Revelation. This is a work of fiction, so it is not a step-by-step plan of what will happen at the end times.
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