- The Ancient Blueprint That Holds the Mystery of Our Times
- Narrated by: Paul Michael
- Length: 9 hrs and 21 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 06-11-17
- Language: English
- Publisher: christianaudio.com
Is it possible that an ancient blueprint holds the secret behind the events of our times?
Could this blueprint lie behind the rise and fall of leaders and governments?
Could events that took place nearly 3,000 years ago now be determining the course of our world and with it the course of our lives?
Could ancient figures from the Middle East hold the key to the leaders of our own day, what they do, when they rise, and when they fall?
Is it possible that this ancient paradigm has determined not only the events of modern times but also their timing - even down to the exact days and dates?
Could a mystery from the ancient Middle East have foretold the outcomes of current events more accurately than any poll or expert - even the outcomes of presidential elections?
Has this mystery even touched the events of your life?
Does the paradigm reveal what will take place in the future?
And does it contain a warning critical for every person in this generation?
Prepare to be stunned, shocked, illuminated, and amazed. The Paradigm will reveal secrets and mysteries taking place all around you and show you what you never could have imagined. Jonathan Cahn, who caused an international stir with his New York Times best-selling book The Harbinger, will take you from the ancient Middle East to the news of the modern world on a journey you will never forget. As you open up The Paradigm, his most explosive book yet, you may never see your world the same way again.
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By Moo'sMom on 05-12-17
Loved it but mispronouncing words....
I gave 4 stars instead of 4. That's because being Jewish it's difficult to listen to the mispronunciation of Hebrew words. It made me cringe esp the names like Jehu as JeeHue. It should be pronounced Yehu. But thats typical in Christianity. I just wish they could pronounce the Hebrew correctly,especially Jonathan Kahn should know better... And there is a mistake in the beginning of the book where he talks about the kiddushim (thats the narrator pronounces it) But gives the translation as the 'holy ones'. In that case,it would be KADOSHIM
Extremely insightful book. I kept wondering how he was able to see this parallel. Mindblowing I have to say. Anyway, I very much enjoyed this narrator. I sped it up to 1.25 for me it was perfect.
9 of 9 people found this review helpful
By Jan Tartoni on 19-12-17
The book is not the work of a man but the inspiration of the Holy
Spirit. It is mesmerizing and holds your interest to the end.
Unless the ember of salvation is lit in your spirit, this may sound as much foolishness and cause you to rail against its paradigm.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful