Is America in Bible Prophecy? by Mark Hitchcock

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Is America in Bible Prophecy?

Prophecy expert Mark Hitchcock deals with often-raised questions about America’s future in this thoroughly researched, reader-friendly resource. Examining three prophetic passages that are commonly thought to describe America, Hitchcock concludes that the Bible is actually silent about the role of the United States in the End Times.

He then discusses the implications of America’s absence in prophetic writings.

Along with Hitchcock’s compelling forecast for the future, he offers specific actions Americans can take to keep their nation strong and blessed by God, as well as an appendix of additional questions and answers.

About Mark Hitchcock


Mark Hitchcock
, Ph.D., an authority on Bible prophecy, has written more than a dozen books on the topic, including

Iran: The Coming Crisis

. A law school graduate, Mark was called to the ministry in the 1980s. After graduation from seminary, he became pastor of the Faith Bible Church in Edmond, Oklahoma, where he still serves.

Mark lectures frequently on prophecy themes and has appeared on MSNBC, Fox News, and CNN. Mark and his wife, Cheryl, have two sons, Justin and Samuel.

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