Collision Course: Abraham’s Dual Lineage; Legacy to a Fallen World

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Collision Course

  1. Illuminates the biblical link between Ishmael and Isaac
  2. Shows  the correlation between Ishmael, the Arabs as a people, and Islam
  3. Highlights the conflicting worldviews between Islam, Christianity
  4. Reveals how these worldviews have been on a collision course since the earliest days of history

All of this helps us to understand why we see such violence in our world today.



Abraham doubted and stumbled, as we all do. Because of that, he left behind a legacy culminating in a collision course between Ishmael’s descendants and God’s chosen people (Deuteronomy 7:6), the Jewish nation and His Elect, Christ’s Holy Church.

This enmity that began in antiquity has now manifestly escalated into the earth-shattering conflicts we see splashed all over our TV, on the Internet, and in the print news media daily. We see the hostility and imperialistic belligerence of Islam toward the rest of the world due to Abraham’s impiety, expressly directed at the Jew and the Christian.

For a thousand years, beginning with the Nakhla raid in the mid-seventh century until the Ottoman Empire was soundly defeated at the Battle of Vienna in 1643, Islam’s goal was to conquer the world for Allah. It is clear in our day that Islam has once again rekindled its imperialistic mode.

4 reviews for Collision Course: Abraham’s Dual Lineage; Legacy to a Fallen World

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    A Green

    The Book is very well researched and documented . Backed by scripture. Thought provoking and enlightening . Gave me a greater knowledge and understanding about Islam and the conflicting world views. A Good Read.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Karl Simon

    Well written. A must read to help understand current world affairs.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Rick Emery

    Great book! Best that I’ve read in a long time. Well researched and documented. Straight forward. No punches pulled. I highly recommend if you want to truly know where we’ve been, where we are, and where we are headed.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Steve Meyer

    See my endorsement on back cover and in Endorsements on the Home Page- HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!

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