New York Times bestselling author Michael D. Evans explains ancient biblical prophecies about current events that affect America's role and destiny in the twenty-first century. 'Why do they hate us?' That's the anguished cry of Amer-icans who still seek an explanation for the terrorist attacks on the United States two years ago and the continued political violence against U.S. soldiers, diplomats, tourists, and missionaries. Today, Americans live in constant fear of the next major act of domestic terrorism-but instead of gaining international sympathy, the U.S. finds allied support more tepid than ever. Now, Michael D. Evans sheds light on political events from a prophetic perspective in a thought- provoking look at the biblical prophecies written more than 2,000 years ago that predicted these current hostilities. America is targeted, he says, because of its friendship with Israel, its foundation on Judeo-Christian principles, and its basis in democracy. He also warns that the attacks will continue and that Scripture predicts a demise for the United States if it compromises its allegiance to Israel and its constitution's moral foundations.