The following are comments from Kevin Pulley who brought two of his children to the debate I did on the Rapture with Kent Hovind. Here’s the link to the video. http://bit.ly/38y6tKo My audio is out of sync. The audio work was done by Kent Hovind’s people. Here’s the link to
Mark Blitz is at it again. In 2014 he told us that Blood Moons were end-time signs even though there have been numerous times in history when the moon looked red. The prophet Joel was directed by the Holy Spirit to write the following: I will display wonders in the
The same day I received David Jeremiah’s The Book of Signs: 31 Undeniable Prophecies of the Apocalypse and Ron Rhodes’ Jesus and the End Times, I also received Ray Kroc’s autobiography Grinding It Out: The Making of McDonald’s. End-time prophecy books never cease. Publishers keep grinding them out. They are
“Evangelist Greg Laurie has suggested that a massive Jesus revival in America could lead to Christians being snatched from Earth, removing the U.S. from the End Times conflict.” Why can’t a massive Jesus revival in America lead to Christians changing America? In his interview with PureFlix, Laurie “recalled that one of
There is a long history of prophetic speculation. When I say a long history, I mean a l-o-n-g history. In addition to centuries of prophetic claims about the end, there is also a great deal of confusion about end-time themes. One of the most abused prophetic topics is the antichrist.
Compare what Pres. Trump has done with what Bernie Sanders and professing Christian Sen. Christopher Van Hollen Jr. of Maryland, a Democrat, did to Russell Vought who President Trump nominated to serve as deputy director of the Office of Management and Budget and tell me who fits the biblical definition of antichrist.
By now you have seen articles about a recent Pew Study report about the decline of Christianity and the rise of atheists, agnostics, and “Nones.” Actually, what we are seeing is a spiritual house cleaning. Nominal Christians – Christians in name only — are becoming consistent with their shallow faith
Any time some new political figure comes on the scene, the prophecy pundits come out with their speculations on whether he might be the antichrist. Have these people learned nothing? The number of antichrist figures is legion. The latest antichrist candidate is the new Greek Prime Minister Alexios Tsipras: “Alexios
Here we go again. Somebody is claiming that Monster Energy drink has the number of the Beast of Revelation 13 as its symbol since it looks like the sixth letter of the Hebrew alphabet. It’s right there on the can: “Certain blogs and websites have noticed that the logo is
“Apocalyptic thinking is in the air,” University of Connecticut psychologist Kenneth Ring said in 1990.1 But long before 1990 and today’s claim of a near-end of all things, speculation about the apocalypse was common. In fact, dip into any generation going back nearly two millennia and you’ll find prophetic speculators
How many times have you heard prophecy pundits claim that the end of the world or at least some prophetic is near that’s going to change everything? We’ve got the first of four blood moons coming up on April 14th. Let’s not forget the Chilean earthquake, something that happens quite
Republican candidate for Congress in Montana, state Sen. Ryan Zinke, compared former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to the antichrist. Hillary Clinton is a real threat to liberty and freedom in the world, but is she the biblical antichrist? “At his campaign kickoff event, according to the Bigfork Eagle, Zinke
I’ve visited this subject in past articles, but the subject bears repeating. How is it that the homosexual community of less than two percent of the population is winning politically while Christians who make up nearly 30 percent of the population are being disenfranchised? There are a number of reasons.
Oscar Ramiro Ortega-Hernandez, 21, who is accused of firing an assault rifle at the White House, believes he is Jesus and President Obama is the Antichrist. If you do a search on the internet and check the anti-Obama comments on hundreds of websites, you will soon learn that there are
I received the following in an email: “The Vatican is pushing for the establishment of “a supranational authority” with worldwide scope and “universal jurisdiction” to guide economic policies and decisions (i.e., a one world bank). I know that some of you will be mad at what you are about to