Cyber Meltdown

Bible Prophecy and the Imminent Threat of Cyberterrorism

Christian - Fiction
288 Pages
Reviewed on 09/30/2011
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Reviewed by Brenda Ballard for Readers' Favorite

Ron Rhodes details the very real threat of cyber terrorism, opening the reader's eyes to destruction that hackers can do and the extent of damage that can occur due to the domino effect. The author explains in depth just how these actions can cripple the earth and the correlation between the cyber terrorism and the prophecy of the Holy Bible.

With great detail and easy to understand explanation, the reader is brought to recognize how Revelation, the last book of the Bible, and our own current events relate to one another. He then goes on to explain the changes, sometimes ever-so-slight, which the world will see during the midst of the ending times. Nay, that the world IS seeing and adapting to as each day passes.

I found this book incredibly interesting, disturbing, comforting and, ultimately, thought provoking. Being raised in the Christian faith, a lot of what the author had to say was not new news to me; but the way in which he lays it on the line and uses our own current events and the word of The Bible, intertwined to back up his words, has an impact.

Anybody who has anything to do with the Internet should read this book. Anybody who wonders what the news on television really means should read this book. Anybody who believes in the ending times should read this book. Most importantly, anybody who denies that these things shall pass should not only read this book but read it again until it sinks in.