Table of contents for The new Brothers Grimm and their Left behind fairy tales / David T. Morgan.

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Acknowledgments					 	 vii
Foreword							 ix
Introduction							 1
Chapter 1: Left Behind: A Novel of Earth's Last Days:
 Rapture and Conspiracy				 30
Chapter 2: Tribulation Force: The Fearless Foursome		 
Chapter 3: Nicolae: The Rise of Antichrist: 
World War III and the Abortion Issue	 	 59
Chapter 4: Soul Harvest: The World Takes Sides:
The Pro-life God Who Kills by the Millions		 
Chapter 5: Apollyon: The Destroyer Is Unleashed: 
More of God's Judgments				 86
Chapter 6: Assassins: Assignment Jerusalem, Target: Antichrist:
Attempting the Impossible				 99
Chapter 7: Indwelling: The Beast Takes Possession:
Carpathia Is Risen					117
Chapter 8: The Mark: The Beast Rules the World 
Carpathia and Satan as One			
Chapter 9: Desecration: Antichrist Takes the Throne:
Carpathia Enraged					145
Chapter 10: The Remnant: On the Brink of Armageddon:
Petra: Site of the Big Camp Meeting in the Desert
Chapter 11: Armageddon: The Cosmic Battle of the Ages
Satan Rallies His Forces				167
Chapter 12: Glorious Appearing: The End of Days:
The Antichrist Is Vanquished			
Chapter 13: Left Behind: The Kids:
The Vanishings					195
Chapter 14: Babylon Rising: In Search of the Brazen 
Serprent and the Golden Head 			202
Conclusion							21

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

LaHaye, Tim F. Left behind series.
Jenkins, Jerry B. Left behind--the kids.
Christian fiction, American -- History and criticism.
Protestantism and literature -- History -- 20th century.
Apocalyptic literature -- History and criticism.
Rapture (Christian eschatology).
End of the world in literature.
Second Advent in literature.
Evangelicalism in literature.
Eschatology in literature.