Kings of the East
The original birth of civilization began in the Middle East and migrated westward - to Greece, to Rome, and then to the nations of northern Europe. As Henry Luce so aptly quipped in 1941, ''The twentieth century was the American...
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The original birth of civilization began in the Middle East and migrated westward - to Greece, to Rome, and then to the nations of northern Europe. As Henry Luce so aptly quipped in 1941, ''The twentieth century was the American Century.'' And indeed it was. But the centroid of power continues to migrate westward: it is widely anticipated that the 21st century will be the ''Asian Century.'' With recent shifts in the economic centers of the world, most notably the decline of the U.S., the Far East is quickly rising to fill the void. As both an international corporate executive and as a recognized Biblical authority, Chuck Missler explores the Kings of the East as an overlooked element of the prophetic scenario.
Chuck and Nancy Missler founded Koinonia House. Chuck, a navel academy graduate and former Branch Chief of the Dept. of Guided Missiles, had a remarkable 30-year executive career. He served on the Board of Directors of 12 public companies and was CEO of six of them. For twenty years Chuck balanced his high-profile corporate career with his teaching commitment to a weekly Bible study at Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa in Southern California. Chucks day of reckoning came several years ago when as a result of unforeseen circumstances, a business venture failed. The Misslers lost everything, including their home, automobiles and insurance. It was during this difficult time that Chuck turned to God and the Bible, and he and Nancy established Koinonia House in 1973. Over the years, Chuck developed a loyal following. Koinonia House became Chuck's full-time profession. Koinonia House now reaches tens of thousands through its monthly newsletter, radio shows, cassette tapes, and conferences. More than eight million study tapes have been distributed in the U.S. and in over 35 countries around the world. - Publisher.