This is not easy for me. I did not get to this point lightly. Rather, it has been a matter of intense examination of the candidates and party platforms, studying the Scriptures (particularly I Samuel 8-12; see below), and listening to many thoughtful voices in the debate.
Anyone who has been tracking my writing during the course of this campaign knows how deeply concerned I am about Mr. Trump — his lack of experience, flip-flopping on issues, and the unkind and at times even vulgar or vitriolic language he uses against his critics. I had hoped he would be defeated in the primaries. Or challenged by a plausible third party candidate. Or would drop out after the release of the deeply offensive video of him speaking with Billy Bush.
But this is where we are. Now, it is truly is a binary choice between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. There’s no way around it, and the moment of decision has arrived.
True, I had previously stated that I could “never” vote for Mr. Trump. So I readily concede this is a reversal. I have no doubt I will disappoint some for changing my position. But this is where I am, and I want to explain how I got here.
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The First Hostage, the second book in the J.B. Collins series, continues where the first book, The Third Target, left off. New York Times foreign correspondent J. B. Collins reports on the devastating ISIS terrorist attack in Ammon, Jordan that leaves Israeli and Palestinian leaders injured, Jordan’s king fighting for the survival of his kingdom, and the President of the United States is missing.
Collins joins forces with the King of Jordan to locate the missing president, hunt down the ISIS leader, and stop further terrorist attacks. A fast paced story blending fact and fiction in a believable front-page headlines thrilling intense read with military and political action.
Joel Rosenberg has captured the headlines once again in his newest novel The Third Target.
The story has many themes that are in the news right now. New York Times foreign correspondent J.B. Collins hears rumors that ISIS has captured a cache of chemical weapons inside Syria. Who is the target? Collins knows that terrorist are trying to bring down the Arab governments of Iraq and Syria. What is the third target
the terrrist organization plans to hit. A thrilling suspense novel with Rosenberg’s unique take on current events from a Christian perspective that will keep you thinking long after finishing the novel.
The Auschwitz Escape unlike Joel Rosenberg’s other novels, is an inspired work of historical fiction based on “the greatest escape of all time,” writes Rosenberg. Set in the darkness of the Nazi Regime that has begun sweeping across Europe, this is the story of two men prisoners in the Auschwitz camp who escape to warn the world of what the “final solution” means.
Jacob Weisz, a non-religious young Jewish man from Germany, winds up as a prisoner in Auschwitz after events that have gone terribly wrong. He teams up with another prisoner, Christian pastor John-Luc Leclerc to make an escape with evidence of the horrors of Auschwitz. This is Rosenberg’s first attempt at historical fiction and he has outdone himself with a well-researched story that is both breathtaking and heartbreaking.