Primarily a work of Christian apologetics, Reaping the Whirlwind: Broken Foundations, Lukewarmness, and Impending Judgment is a clarion call to protect the Protestant and European West. Part One covers such foundational topics as Creation to the Tower of Babel, church history, and the missionary era. Part Two covers evidences of broken foundations: spiritual regression, social decay, and political and military miscalculations. And Part Three covers the looming prospect of divine judgment, as well as the need for people to repent, for their own good and for the good of the besieged Protestant West. While Reaping the Whirlwind is a sober study of American society in these last days, it also contains beautiful pictures, positively overflows with joie de vivre, and recommends the hope of salvation that only comes from the Lord Jesus Christ (Yeshua HaMashiach).
Whereas in Testing the Spirits Sabin Geyman rejected moral relativism, Darwinian macroevolution, New Age mysticism, and humanistic psychology, in Reaping the Whirlwind he delves deeply into early history and foundational Bible stories-gleaning from church history and the missionary era to establish the preferability of the Protestant experience. As a Chinese linguist, journalist, and former defense analyst, Geyman has written Reaping the Whirlwind to convey the importance of walking with Jesus and to warn fellow Westerners of the dangers of flirting with foreign idols. Hopefully, as sober souls lament the devolution of New York City, San Francisco, and other great cities into bastions of one-world false religion, Tower of Babel-like humanism, and gadget-veneration, they can turn to Jesus for salvation, comfort, regeneration, and eternal life.