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Have a Nice Doomsday In Have A Nice Doomsday, Nicholas Guyatt Searches For The Truth Behind A Startling Statistic 50 Million Americans Have Come To Believe That The Apocalypse Will Take Place In Their Lifetime They Re Convinced That, Any Day Now, Jesus Will Snatch Up His Followers And Spirit Them To Heaven The Rest Of Us Will Be Left Behind To Endure Massive Earthquakes, Devastating Wars, And The Terrifying Rise Of The Antichrist But True Believers Aren T Sitting Around Waiting For The Rapture They Re Getting Involved In Debates Over Abortion, Gay Rights, And Even Foreign Policy Are They Devout Or Deranged Does Their Influence Stretch Beyond America S Religious Heartland Perhaps Even To The White House Journeying From Texas Megachurches To The Southern California Deserts And Stopping Off For A Chat With Prophecy Superstar Tim LaHaye Guyatt Looks For Answers To Some Burning Questions When Will Russia Attack Israel And Ignite The Tribulation Does The President Of Iran Appear In Bible Prophecy And Is The Antichrist A Homosexual Bizarre, Funny, And Unsettling In Equal Measure, Have A Nice Doomsday Uncovers The Apocalyptic Obsessions At The Heart Of The World S Only Superpower.


10 thoughts on “Have a Nice Doomsday

  1. says:

    When I was young I was told that Jesus would come back like a thief in the night It was said to me like it was a golden, glowing promise something sweet and something sure to happen any day now The words thief and night scared me to death, and since I was also told that no one would know the hour of his coming I would every day wake up and say with as much certainty as I could muster, Jesus is coming back today just to make sure that he wouldn t That said, I totally got this book I kn When I was young I was told that Jesus would come back like a thief in the night It was said to me like it was a golden, glowing promise something sweet and something sure to happen any day now The words thief and night scared me to death, and since I was also told that no one would know the hour of his coming I would every day wake up and say with as much certainty as I could muster, Jesus is coming back today ju...


  2. says:

    I am so fascinated by apocalyptic culture and this is a great look into some of the US s famous personalities like Tim La Haye, Joel Rosenberg and John Hagee Their political influence is pretty frightening, especially the fact that they are used as middle east e...


  3. says:

    While mainly about American prophecy writers, I enjoyed the historical review of apocalyptic thought from the start of Christianity to Cromwell in England Shout out to the 5th Monarchist and their bloody fight in January 1661 For Americans, It was intriguing that for a time America was thought of as the safe place for Satan and his minions the native Americans , or ...


  4. says:

    An interesting read The author interviews several well known evangelical christian leaders with the end of the world as the main topic of discussion He pokes and prods, suggests and intimates, but never comes out and says what he seems to be thinking and probably what many people who choose to read this book are thinking he shifts back and forth between a slightly mocking tone of narration and that of a serious interviewer journalist Just when you think he s gonna hit you with his punch l An interesting read The author interviews several well known evangelical christian leaders with the end of the world as the main topic of discussion He pokes and prods, suggests and intimates, but never comes out and says what he seems to be thinking and probably what many people who choose to read this book are thinking he shifts back and forth between a slightly mocking tone of narration and that of a serious interviewer journalist Just when you think he s gonna hit you with his punch line of these people are all freaking nuts and they re influencing the leaders of our earth s nations he follows up with a different question or subject I d recommend this book to anyone interested in religion, especially the christian apocalypse version of the end of the world and how current political and religious leaders in the US view these topics I d like the bookif the author provided some editorial on what his thoughts are if he directly ...


  5. says:

    I was very excited about this book and found myself a little dissapointed by the end A great idea exploring whythan 50 million Americans believe that the Second Coming, or at least the Rapture, will happen in their lifetime and the influence that this belief has on American foriegn policy ended up feeling forced and kind of shallow The author didn t even try to hide his condecension when interviewing and reviewing Bible prophecy enthusiasts, which I think it pretty irresponsible for re I was very excited about this book and found ...


  6. says:

    What you ll think of this book depends on what you re expecting it to be.If, like me, you re expecting a gentle mickey take of wacky American preachers rooted in end times prophecy as you d expect from the title and my edition s cover you ll be disappointed The book is reasonably easy to read in most places, although I got stuck around chapters 3 4, when you suddenly hit a block of solid history, detailing apocalyptic thinking from the past few hundred years for 50 pages or so Once you get b What you ll think of this book depends on what you re expecting it to be.If, like me, you re expecting a gentle mickey take of wacky American preachers roote...


  7. says:

    Excellent In fact, it really explains it all I get it now.


  8. says:

    It is bizarre that so many people are taken in by these ideas, but it is an interesting read Nicholas Guyatt is a Brit who tries to understand the American doomsday prophets and their message.


  9. says:

    A pretty good report on the phenomena of Apocalyptic Christianity in America The tone wasrespectful than the goofy title and cover led me to believe it would be At the same time this is no somber report The book is breezy and conversational More an overview than an in depth study.The history of End Times belief is followed from its origins in England and we are shown how those beliefs moved to the New World even as they faded from Europe This history was pretty light, but that wasn t A pretty good report on the phenomena of Apocalyptic Christianity in America The tone wasrespectful than the goofy title and cover led me to believe it would be At the same time this is no somber report The book is breezy and conversational More an overview than an in depth study.The history of End Times belief is followed from its origins in England and we are shown how those beliefs moved to the New World even as they faded from Europe This his...


  10. says:

    Have a Nice Doomsday is a delightful read, but I start off with a caution if you expect the book to answer the question on the subtitle, Why millions of Americans are looking forward to the end of the world, you will leave disappointed Looking past this, I strongly recommend this book A British historian is intrigued by the popularity of the Left Behind series Americans used to thrive on the ideology that God had predestined America to be a light to the world, a shining city on the hill Have a Nice Doomsday is a delightful read, but I start off with a caution if you expect the book to answer the question on the subtitle, Why millions of Americans are looking forward to the end of the world, you will leave disappointed Looking past this, I strongly recommend this book A British historian is intrigued by the popularity of the Left Behind series Americans used to thrive on the ideology that God had predestined America to be a light to the world, a shining city on the hill but now we seem to be ready to abandon this planet To unravel this mystery, ...