In this first book in the Principalities and Powers series, Israel has just attacked Iran's nuclear facilities, triggering a chain of potentially cataclysmic events around the planet. Will leaders and the "salt of the earth" - great and small - be able to intervene before events spin out of control? Nash Lee, an NGO entrepreneur, is determined to make a difference through his worldwide ivillage network. Kim Grace, a nuclear scientist imprisoned in North Korea's secret Camp 16, knows the truth about the devastating technology she helped develop. Anshel Gould, the brilliant chief of staff at the White House, has created a radical peace plan based on the long-forgotten UN proposal for Palestine after the Second World War. But is there a way to stop what seems unstoppable? What Iran, Israel, North Korea, and other earthly principalities and powers decide next could lead to global confrontation. . . . Based on extensive research about the coming global conflicts surrounding Israel and the leaders who will shortly play important roles in those conflicts, the Principalities & Powers series also confronts the biggest issue facing the Christian church today-its historical role as the "salt of the earth," preserving the planet from corruption at critical moments in world history.
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by Jeff Kinney
by Jeff Guinn
by Jeff Corwin
by Willie Robertson, Korie Robertson, Mark Schlabach
by Jeff Schweitzer, Guiseppe Notarbartolo-Di-Sciara
by Frederick Forsyth
"When Iran's nuclear program accelerates, alarmed Israelis launch stealth bombers. While fundamentalist Christians and Jews celebrate and Islamic populations rage, world leaders look for peaceful solutions. Robertson Dean handles Nesbit's complex plot with precision. His depictions of the anxiety over peace talks aimed at permanently partitioning Jerusalem to settle the Arab-Jewish conflict capture Israelis' genuine fears of their nation's extinction. Dean's deft handling of diverse nationalities, dual genders, and varying ages ensures that listeners can easily keep track of characters and plot. The story's subtle Christian perspective is portrayed through brief remarks and an occasional prayer that is essential to the story. G.D.W. (c) AudioFile 2011, Portland, Maine"
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