|Author takes viewers 'Inside the Revolution'|
|Written by Staff|
|Monday, 12 October 2009 04:26 PM America/New_York|
Tyndale House Publishers chose Sept. 11, the anniversary of the 2001 terrorist bombings, to release Joel C. Rosenberg's Inside the Revolution (978-1-414-32626-9, $24.99), a 90-minute documentary examining the dangers from the ongoing instability in the Middle East.
Based on his travels and research for his best-selling book of the same name released in March, Rosenberg's film includes interviews with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, former CIA Director Porter Goss and Hormoz Shariat, a former Shia Muslim convert to Christianity now known as the "Billy Graham of Iran."
"There are more people converting from Islam to Christianity in the Middle East than any time in history," said Rosenberg, who has also authored several best-selling novels addressing current issues in the region.
In the documentary made in conjunction with Solomon Productions based in Albuquerque, N.M., Rosenberg identifies three revolutions he says are taking place simultaneously in the Middle East—led by "radicals," "reformers" and "revivalists." He contends that U.S. government leaders are in danger of underestimating the fanatical ideology of the Iranian government.
"We are at the most dangerous stage of the Iranian Revolution at this moment," he said.
Tyndale has also released the Inside the Revolution Study Guide, including more than 100 questions and Scripture references, retail price $7.99. To order the guide or the DVD, contact the publisher at 800-323-9400.