Saturday, November 22, 2008

Risingsun native writes about 'Beyond Babylon' (Sentinel-Tribune)

David Ben-Ariel says his most recent work, Beyond Babylon: Europe's Rise and Fall, was written from his experiences in life and travel.

Ben-Ariel was raised in Risingsun and Holland and is a high school graduate of Springfield High School.

The book, he says, addresses a lot of "hot issues" such as the construction of the Temple on the Temple Mount in Israel, the Sabbath versus Sunday, Passover versus Easter, the German-led empire, and other biblical issues.

Released in January by Publish America in Maryland, this is Ben-Ariel's first book.

"Many people believe Europe will be the next superpower," Ben-Ariel said. "Most Americans are ignorant of what's going on over there." He decided to "wake them up and give them food for thought."

"I want to make them start asking questions. It (the book) deals with things that effect the whole world."

Through his own research in Europe, the book looks at the history of the Holy Roman Empire and how Germany once dominated it, he said. He reports on true Christianity and the "plain truth of the Bible."

He said it is prophesied in the Bible that the justification of God is going to let Europe conquer us. "American, British and Jewish people will suffer defeat at the hand of Europe. They will conquer us because of God's will to let them because of our sins of immorality."

"The fate of our nation hangs in the balance. This could tip it. I want to alert of the coming Holocaust. The former Holocaust will look like child's play compared to what's coming."

Ben-Ariel said he has received mixed reactions from his book. "I have had good, bad and ugly reactions," he said. "It was an expected reaction."

Reprinted with Permission
Sentinel-Tribune Bowling Green, Ohio
Friday, February 25, 2005

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