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Nicolae: The Rise of Antichrist (Left Behind (Large Print)) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – Großdruck, Februar 2002

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I got Nicolae yesterday and started reading it about 8pm and by 4pm today I was done, wishing I had the next book so I could find out what was happening to all of the characters!!! August will not come soon enough!! In fact the books after that won't be here soon enough!! I have to say that LaHaye and Jenkins did a terrific job in making these books a "Must Read". Mahalo to them for the good work and Keep it up!!
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I've been reading some of the reviews of books in this series and I am concerned. I know that no one will know the day or time of Jesus' return. I haven't read the fourth book yet, Soul Harvest, but from what I have read, the series gives no indication of knowing when Jesus will return. One review I read said that the Antichrist seems unrealistic. Yes, it is true that the antichrist will be the epitomy of evil, that will not be how he seems. He will be a great deceiver and liar. Many will be drawn to him, which is why we need to know a little bit of what to expect so that we ourselves are not deceived. He will appear to promote world peace, but in actuality, he wants just the opposite. I also believe that the antichrist himself is the devil incarnate. If we don't understand how cunning the devil is, we need to study some more. Satan may be using "good" people in subversive ways that we may not detect. The "Left Behind" series calls our attention to how close the end of the times may be. It shows us that we need to be ready. And those we love need to be ready, as well. So if you're being tight-lipped about your faith because of what others may think of you, you need to become more concerned with their future. Do you really want your friends to be damned to an eternity away from you and God? Think about it. And for any non-believers reading this, if you've read this book or any other in the series, almost everything the book talks about can be found in the Book of Revelation in the Bible. Take my advice and check it out before it's too late! If you have any feedback from this, feel free to email me.
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I work full-time, maintain several websites, and still have had time to read Book 1, 2 & now Nicolae.
Maybe it's not "literature.." as some of the others have said, but it doesn't have to be to make good reading. I think it's simple, easy to read, easy to keep up with, and it has definately held my my attention.
I'm a born-again Christian who has had many questions about end times, and I feel Nicolae comes very close to describing the type of person he will be. The ongoing change in his personality is just as the devil would be. He comes "as an angel of light" at first, and then once he has you wants to destroy and kill you!
These books have heated up the "evangelistic side" of my nature and I'm glad Kimberly, a friend in Esther, suggested these books to me. I'm looking forward to the rest of the series and am planning on promoting these books from my website.
Keep it up and by the way, I've been praying this becomes a hit movie for you as well!!
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OK, I've read the three books. Nicolae just plain doesn't live up. I mean, the only reason I finished it, and the only reason I'll read more, is to understand the WHOLE storyline (I'd like to find out what happens at the end of the world).

The writing was trite, the characters are one-dimensional, and it's just not as exciting. We have Rayford and Buck being disrespectful to Nicolae, yet Nicolae decides to not get rid of them, knowing they are with the enemy? I mean, if you're spying, ACT LIKE THE ENEMY! Ray and Buck wouldn't even do little courtesies like say thanks or act deferential or apologize to Nicolae, while everyone else does, and they think that no one can figure them out? puhleeeze... Nicolae even reveals his knowledge of their association to them, intentionally, without any reason to do so.

The authors also pull out too many deus-ex-machinas. It takes 20 years for an airplane to be designed and built. Earl Halliday, a mere pilot, couldn't have done it. Just because you're a pilot doesn't make you an aerodynamics expert. Not only that, Nicolae decides to kill Earl after the plane was designed? noooo, I think that if a new (experimental?) plane was designed, you'd better keep the engineer who designed it around to maintain it (since no one else would know how!). The Internet being completely anonymous from Nicolae? Doubtful. Although it may be anonymous to the average user, if someone had the power to (e.g. Nicolae), he could definitely track down where send their video feeds from (this is in relation to the Rabbi preaching over the Internet). Same thing with cellular phones being untraceable. Nothing is untraceable. Especially in a controlled world that Nicolae has. One can say that God has provided in the background, but this goes too far.
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Here's a thought about Christian fiction in general and this series in particular. A few years ago an article in Christianity Today reviewed the state of contemporary Christian fiction, and it made this perceptive observation. There are two major genres of Christian fiction: historical romances and end-times thrillers. In other words, Christians either have a sentimental, nostalgic look back to the past, where things may have been simpler or "more Christian," or they look forward to an apocalyptic future where God stomps out all his enemies. Unfortunately, this means that Christians are not doing much critical thinking about how to engage the world in the present.

Clearly this series falls in the latter category. I hope and pray that all the fans of this series, which of course are legion, are not simply gleefully and passively awaiting God's judgment on unbelievers but rather are spurred on to Christian discipleship, obedience and evangelism in the present. Is passing around copies of these books the way to do that? I'm not sure, since it seems like LaHaye and Jenkins are primarily preaching to the choir. Christians need to think carefully about how best to present the good news of Jesus to the world in today's present setting, not some speculative future-tense scenario.
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