WND reports that “over the weekend, Palestinians in Gaza fired hundreds of rockets into Israel, and Israel responded with strategic attacks on terrorist camps. It’s happened before and likely will again. But a prominent rabbi warns that one of these times, it’s not going to end easily, because it will
A 2016 story from Breaking Israel News reported to the world the discovery of freshwater ponds teeming with fish and wildlife on the shores of the Dead Sea, precisely as written in the Prophets….” The prophecy is from Ezekiel 47:9-10: It will come about that every living creature which swarms in every place
The entire Mueller appointment as a Special Prosecutor was to be an investigation into whether Russia interfered in the 2016 election. After more than a year of investigatory work, not a single piece of evidence has been put forth showing that Russia did anything with Donald Trump to manipulate the results
With all the talk about Israel moving its capital to Jerusalem and how Pres. Trump is a modern-day Cyrus, you might be surprised to learn that something called “End-Time Fatigue” has settled in. “For many on the Christian right, the state of Israel has been seen as a key to
Seventy years ago, on May 14, 1948, the political state of Israel was established. For millions of Christians, the political establishment of Israel in 1948 has held prophetic significance. The claim has been made repeatedly that 1948 began what has been called the “fig tree” generation based on Matthew 24:32-34
There are many Christians who believe and teach that the existence of certain forms of evils in the world is prime evidence that Jesus’ return must be near. For example, someone posted the following on Facebook: A *legal* online British company sells human leather products, and postmillennialists still exist. The
Prophecy enthusiasts content that the temple will be rebuilt in Jerusalem based on Bible prophecy.
Prophetic speculation is rampant. Books dealing with the end times continue to flood the market. Is America part of Bible prophecy? What about Russia? Two recent books. Let’s not forget blood moons . . . earthquakes . . . ellipses . . . hurricanes . . . wars. Probably the
Once again, prophecy prognosticators are predicting that Jesus is going to wrap up everything in our generation because things are so bad the end must be near. A recent article written by Britt Gillette that appears on the Prophecy News Watch website says as much: “The signs of the Second
“The newspaper has no prerogative to challenge God’s word of truth. Nor do those who read the newspapers.”1 With Russia involved in Syria, the prophecy pundits are making predictions again. The four so-called Blood Moons are so yesterday. There’s a new prophecy speculation on the horizon. The folks at The Blaze have
I generally like the writings of P. J. O’Rourke. One of my favorites is, “When you think of the good old days, think ‘dentistry.’” Can you imagine dentistry before the advent of precision medical devices and anesthetics, not just for dentistry but for all invasive medical procedures? “The greatest invention
In addition to Sharia law and killing for Allah for a first-class ticket to the Islamic version of heaven with 72 virgins based on a reading in the hadith, there’s an end-of-the-world aspect to Islam. Here’s how Joel Rosenberg, author of a number prophecy books, has been addressing the topic
“I am a student of world history,” John “Blood Moons” Hagee says, “and you can wrap up world history in 25 words or less and here it is: the nations that blessed Israel prospered and the nations that cursed Israel were destroyed by the hand of God. . . .
Finally, some truth about Islam from an Islamist. The following are excerpts from a sermon that Sheik Yousuf Al-Qaradhawi gave on Qatar TV a few years ago. Before you read what he had to say (or watch the video below), keep in mind that the way our nation is going,
I realize that this is the day after Christmas and you might be tired of Christmas stories, but the so-called Christmas story is not seasonal, especially when liberals twist and distort it beyond factual recognition. We’ve heard from Hillary Clinton, Jesse Jackson, and other liberal money moochers that the Christmas
I thought we had learned our lesson from people like Edgar Whisenant, who claimed there were 88 reasons why the “rapture” would take place in 1988, as well as Hal Lindsey and Chuck Smith who argued in a similar way. Let’s not forget Harold Camping who made predicting the end
We have 3 days until the mid-term elections. We have created a special set of Voter Guides that need to be distributed to churches and synagogues across the country leading up to next Tuesday. Our goal is to get 10-20 million of these guides distributed. CLICK HERE for Voter Guides!
Former President Jimmy Carter has been more critical of Christians than terrorists like Hamas and ISIS. Carter ran for president in 1976 as a “born again Christian.” Carter’s Southern Baptist Faith turned out to be a huge disappointment. Dr. Gary North writes: “The fundamentalists were happy to receive attention at