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"Freedom's Last Stand" brings to mind the apocalyptic warnings in Jonathan Cahn's book "The Harbinger." It makes the Book of Revelation come alive! I can now imagine what the Biblical events in the last days might look like. I can't wait for the sequel!
-Cheryl DeHart, American Business Owner

It's July 4, 2026, the 250th anniversary of America - and the 25th anniversary of 9-11 is approaching. On Independence Day, the nation is poised for a celebration of freedom, pride, and remembrance, and U.S. Navy SEAL Commander David Stein has been chosen to head up the security preparations. However, the event that day on New York's Liberty Island will not be the glorious occasion it was expected to be. On that day, the world will be introduced to a new enemy, not of earthly descent, but a terror rooted in evil from the foundations of time. For David, it will change his life, that of his family, his closest friends, and his SEAL brothers forever. Fate has set them on a course they never could have imagined, thrusting them into a central role against that evil. In a new world of uncertainty and chaos, nations and peoples are under attack, not knowing where to turn, but the people of the world are about to be given a choice of whom they will follow. For on the horizon is a seductive, charismatic leader, who promises to bring the world together as one by ending the terror, erasing divisions of people into nations and religions, and drawing all people unto himself so he may be their source and salvation. But to receive his "blessings," you must surrender your individuality, your faith, and your freedom. It's humanity's last chance to stand for what's good and what's right, to stand for freedom against tyranny. What will you do? Whom will you follow? -- Freedom's Last Stand

PAUL LIBEN is a professional writer who has covered issues ranging from national security to religious freedom. Paul has written numerous speeches for prominent officials, from governors to U.S. Cabinet secretaries. His articles have appeared in more than one hundred publications, including the Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, Jerusalem Post, Washington Times, Miami Herald, and Houston Chronicle. Paul was one of the first writers to highlight the persecution of Christians in Sudan and served on a federal commission monitoring freedom of religion and conscience abroad. A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Cornell University, Paul lives in McLean, VA.

RICHARD KELLY is a writer and the co-founder of Being Christ's Church in Tarpon Springs, FL. In the 1980's Rich founded and directed Love Ministries, a non-profit outreach program that provided food, clothing, housing and other services to the homeless of New York City. Rich continues to provide counseling and intervention services to the disabled and less fortunate in the Tampa Bay area, where he resides with his wife Catherine.

JAMES MORAN is the author of the novel "Delray Blues." Jim met Mr. Kelly and Mr. Liben in the early 1990's at Volunteers of America. He divides his time between Florida and Connecticut.

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