How do world governments react to Christianity? How do world leaders react when their systems are threatened by Christians? How would businesses react to a massive amount of people deciding they suddenly want to become Christians, changing how they spend their money? Would these governments have a reaction? Would these world leaders react? Would these businesses react?
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The clear, obvious answer for David Sliker is a resounding yes. In his new book The Nations Rage, Sliker makes a case for how disruptive Christianity can be, and how much anger it can provoke. He points to the Bible to show how angry leaders have reacted in the past when people in their regions suddenly converted to Christianity. These conversions caused changes, which disrupted the status quo.
Sliker takes the idea of rage towards Christianity and connects it to current events. He also predicts that there will be a revival in the future which will stoke anger on the part of world leaders.
The Nations Rage does not go into detail on the Book of Revelation, but if you’re interested in Bible prophecy, you might like this book. It’s also a good pick for those interested in getting some more context to go with their Bible verses.