Agents of Babylon: What the Prophecies of Daniel Tell Us About the End of Days
By Dr. David Jeremiah / Tyndale House
The eagerly anticipated follow-up to the best-selling Agents of the Apocalypse! Describing the earth-shaking events in the Book of Daniel through the eyes of its characters, Jeremiah weaves biblical teaching together with edge-of-your seat dramatized action scenes, bringing ancient prophecies to light in startling new ways—and exploring their significance today. 320 pages, hardcover from Tyndale.
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Agents of Babylon goes through the book of Daniel chapter-by-chapter, highlighting and bringing to light noteworthy prophecies and events. This is done by a fictional story of each chapter, in-depth analysis of verses within the chapters, and then discussions on how it all relates to us today and our future tomorrows. Agents of Babylon ends with an appendix which lists the areas that are linked to God throughout each chapter.
The fictional adaptation of each chapter of Daniel brings to life the characters and events within the chapter. It provides a new perspective, which also brings with it a revived interest in the chapter and book of Daniel itself. I really loved reading the story areas! The section following each story area helped me to understand the scripture which I have read over and over again throughout my lifetime. By bringing the story and scripture details together in a way which directs us to our everyday lives, it enabled me to see what I can do today in my own life and what I can be prepared for in the future days to come.
I would highly recommend Agents of Babylon to all readers! Dr. David Jeremiah’s books have always been a pleasure for me to read.