God and the Nations - by Henry Morris
Secular anthropologists spend a great deal of time studying civilizations. They probe historical sources and plunge spades into the earth to uncover the secrets of past cultures.Sadly, the most reliable sourcebook is rarely used, but the Bible has proven repeatedly that it is the real secret to "the nations" and their births and deaths. From the discovery of city states like Nineveh, to future plans for Egypt, those who dig through the past are routinely shocked by the accuracy of the Bible's geography and history.
Now, prolific scholar Henry M. Morris has written a handy guide for those interested in the past--and future--of civilizations the world over. Morris is an unabashed admirer of the veracity of the Bible, and uses its predictive prophecy to inform readers about God's plan for the nations of the world. If we are, as the Bible states, the highest form of special creation, then our Creator knows what is best for us. That message doesn't have to be hidden from anyone, and this book shines a light through the passageways of time, to show all people the origins and purpose for the world.