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Sigmund Brouwer, Sigmund Brouwer was born in Central Alberta to Dutch immigrant parents.

Sigmund Brouwer, Sigmund Brouwer was born in Central Alberta to Dutch immigrant parents. He published many articles in American and Canadian magazines before he got his big break as a novelist. The first book he published was entitled, "Accidental Detectives," aimed at youth fiction. He is best known for his adult fiction novel, "Double Helix," published in 1995. Brouwer teaches writing courses at Red.

But the Fuse of Armageddon has already been lit. With the clock ticking down toward a global catastrophe, Quinn must team up with the most unlikely ally of all-the woman who arrested him-to bring down an even more unlikely coalition of enemies

Fuse of Armageddon, Hank Hanegraaff, Sigmund Brouwer. Armageddon, the visitor complied. This was the man then. Spooky, all in black like this-someone ensuring he would be invisible when he left the cabin. Even his shoulder bag was black.

Fuse of Armageddon, Hank Hanegraaff, Sigmund Brouwer. p. cm. ISBN-13: 978-1-4143-1025-1. ISBN-10: 1-4143-1025-0. ISBN-13: 978-1-4143-1027-5 (pb. ISBN-10: 1-4143-1027-7 (pb. 1. Qubbat al-Sakhrah (Mosque : Jerusalem)-Fiction. Underwood set the pistol back on the table beside the Bible-within easy reach-and made no apology for the implication of its continued presence. Underwood had been there in the hills at his lakeside cabin for two days.

Sigmund Brouwer, Hank Hanegraaff. An American woman in her midforties with a calm face and a plain dress. I’m required to ask you for a Coke- the woman held up a cell phone- in exchange for this. He slid the door shut and turned to her. You’re one of the hostages, he said, relieved at the thought. This was his first real indication that Safady truly wanted negotiations. In a sense, yes. I run the orphanage. Esther Weber, Quinn said. I learned as much as I could from the Mossad about the orphanage.

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Fuse of Armageddon book Although I felt like Sigmund Brouwer's style was mildly cramped by the co-authership and message they were writing, this novel still ha. .

Fuse of Armageddon book. Facing an unholy trinity of a Jewish fanatic, a Muslim terrorist, and a Christian freedom fighter, only Quinn can stop them from achieving their goal. Although I felt like Sigmund Brouwer's style was mildly cramped by the co-authership and message they were writing, this novel still had pieces of all the amazingness that makes Brouwer a genius!

Nothing more could go wrong for maverick hostage negotiator Mulvaney Quinn.

Nothing more could go wrong for maverick hostage negotiator Mulvaney Quinn. First stabbed in the hand during a failed terrorist burst, then arrested for a hate crime he didn't commit.

Fuse of Armageddon‘ by Sigmund Brouwer and Hank Hanegraaff (Tyndale House Publishers). Quote: Nothing more could go wrong for maverick hostage negotiator Mulvaney Quinn. But the Fuse of Armageddon has already been lit. With the clock ticking down toward a global catastrophe, Quinn must team up with the most unlikely ally of all-the woman who arrested him-to bring down an even more unlikely coalition of enemies.

Fuse of Armageddon By Sigmund Brouwer and Hank Hanegraaff. Negotiating the release of hostages is Mulvaney Quinn's life and he'll risk his own life to keep anyone else from having to suffer the loss he suffered 5 years ago. But someone has targeted CCTI and specifically Quinn. The only question is why and who framed him for the brutal murders? Unfortunately for Quinn the lead detective on the case Kate Penner has tracked him down in the ACCO (Israel) and she's determined to see him charged with the with the hate crime she thinks he committed.

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Nothing more could go wrong for maverick hostage negotiator Mulvaney Quinn. First stabbed in the hand during a failed terrorist burst, then arrested for a hate crime he didn't commit. Now Quinn must come face to face with his past in order to stop the worst terrorist threat of all time—a plot to bring about the ultimate religious uprising by destroying one of the most sacred relics in history. But the Fuse of Armageddon has already been lit. With the clock ticking down toward a global catastrophe, Quinn must team up with the most unlikely ally of all—the woman who arrested him—to bring down an even more unlikely coalition of enemies. Facing an unholy trinity of a Jewish fanatic, a Muslim terrorist, and a “Christian” freedom fighter, only Quinn can stop them from achieving their goal. But will he be in time? Or is it already too late? Because when Armageddon is unleashed, the fate of the entire world hangs in the balance.

Comments: (7)

Lanionge
Brouwer writes an engaging tale with a specific audience and intent in mind. He wishes to persuade Evangelical Christians that pre-millenial dispensationalism is critically flawed. His major argument is that God does not have a special place for ethnic Israel in the end times--that all humans are indeed equal, and that anyone who embraces the truth of Jesus gains all the promises made to Israel in the Old Testament. He suggests that all those passages in the book of Revelation that have been interpreted to relate to Israel at the end of time actually took place at the end of the first century. For knowledgeable Christians the issue is both important and urgent. For everyone else, Brouwer suggests it is still important because these Evangelicals are supporting Israel--right or wrong--and are immoral in this dismissal of the plight of the Palestinians.

While the topic is important, it largely involves politics and theology--so could be incredibly boring. Brouwer instead brings us an engaging story involving private security consultants, the CIA, IDF and Mosad, as well as radical Islamic terrorism. He gives us interesting and relatively believeable characters, most of whom come with surprising depth. So, the writing is top-notch. Also, the plot moves at a solid, suspenseful pace--with enough turns to keep many guessing.

What detracts from the book is some heavy-handed devices. The televangelist is presented as a flamboyant, insincere, milquetoast--until he makes the easy conversion in his thinking. By embracing Preterist eschatology (basically, that 'end times prophesies' ended 1900 years ago) he rapidly transforms into a compassionate, inwardly centered, brave man. His son, Brad, does not change his mind, and so is condemned to being a pawn, an idiot, and a jerk. I could go on with how blatantly the author used his skillful characterizations to advance his pet theological cause, but suffice to say I couldn't reward this with five stars.

Bottom line: Four stars for successfully infusing a Christian action novel with polemics, and keeping it interesting, compelling, and sharp.
Risteacor
If you know anything about the Left Behind series, you know a vast population of Christians believe that the events of Revelation are coming in the near future. This book, by contrast, puts forth the reasoning behind why some believe many of the events happened hundreds of years ago.

The historial information included in the dialogue sometimes felt forced, but I found it necessary for my own information. Explanations and details that put the current Israeli/Palestinian conflict into perspective helped me better understand some of the deeper issues inherent in the tensions. I'm sure I would not have understood some of the events within the novel without this additional information.

I also appreciated the glimpse into the thinking of those on the Palestinian side, as well as the obvious conflict within the main character as he tried to follow his faith without trampling on those many feel are completely in the wrong. The balance of sympathetic and infuriating characters on both sides of these events was well done.

Overall, this book is action-packed and kept me guessing until near the end on who was really the "bad" guy (besides the obvious terrorist). It also made me think about some things that I don't often spend much time thinking about, which I love to find in fiction.

If you love learning history from fiction or need a good action-suspense novel, this might be the perfect book for you!
Sharpbringer
I was on the edge of my chair at all times. It was difficult to stop reading. The suspense was great; the twists were unanticipated. This was a great way to get a history lesson and Biblical teaching along with the authors' ideology. Mr. Hanegraaff's end time interpretation differs from many other theologians so this was a great way to better understand his perspective. I considered this novel a great way to mix fiction with non-fiction. In Mr. Hanegraaff's words, this is a great way for "mining the Bible for all its wealth."
Yalone
Well written, interesting story, with a point not so suttle. Explains in fair detail how the typical endtime scenario that has been interpreted from the Bible and presented as the way it will happen could be mistaken. Also makes the point that all people are basically the same and worthwhile regardless of race or geographic location.... And that you will find examples of the negative in all cultures as well. Blanket generalizations of entire countries and peoples is gona lead to trouble and mistakes.
This will challenge your long held beliefs.
Gholbirius
Outstanding novel that has tremendous insight into the Israel - Palestinian issues
and shows how radical Christianity is certainly part of the problem versus part of
the solution. The action and intensity is blended in with religious conversations that
are very insightful. As a Christian, I dont think I will view the Israel - Palestine conflict
the same.
Haal
The background and history went on and on for page after page. If you like to read historical novels or get a much deeper understanding of history, you might like this book. The characters were interesting but I would have liked to see them developed a bit more.
Ce
The ending was a mystery. So many twists and turns. Do be afraid to read a "religious" book this one has intrigue, murder, despite option, romance and an uplifting message.
Literally lost the better part of my weekend. I couldn't put this one down! This was an incredibly informative, thrilling, biblical orientated adventure across several of the world's premiere spy agencies. At least 7stars out of 5.
Fuse of Armageddon download epub
Thrillers & Suspense
Author: Sigmund Brouwer
ISBN: 1414310277
Category: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense
Subcategory: Thrillers & Suspense
Language: English
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. (January 17, 2008)
Pages: 400 pages