I find a lot of interesting comments on Facebook. I use it as my research platform. People dig up all kinds of things I most likely would not find on my own. As you most likely know, prophecy is big right now because of geopolitics and a virus that is
The Bible is literature and needs to be interpreted in terms of its own standards. In fact, the word “literal” means “according to the literature.” What type of literature is being used? Modern-day prophecy writers give ammunition to sites like Black Nonbelievers, Inc. because they manipulate the plain meaning of the text in order to support their speculative failed end-time prophetic views.
“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
Charles Wesley Ewing, writing in 1983, describes a clear historical picture of how prophetic interpretation based on current events turns to confusion, uncertainty, and in some people unbelief when it comes to predicting an end that disappoints: In 1934, Benito Mussolini sent his black-shirted Fascists down into defenseless Ethiopia and preachers
Those pushing the prophetic significance of moving our nation’s embassy from Tel Aviv (the pro-homosexual capital of the world) to Jerusalem believe in a near-prophetic future for Israel that will result in another Jewish Holocaust. People like John Hagee and Robert Jeffress are dispensationalists. They believe that at this moment in time
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
If there is a single doctrine that both excites and divides Christians, it’s the ‘rapture.’ The doctrine of the ‘rapture’ deals with a future event where the church is said to be taken off the earth in one of five different times related to a seven-year period described as the
The book of Revelation is about events leading up to and including the destruction of Jerusalem that took place in AD 70
Earthly Jerusalem does not have any prophetic significance, but heavenly Jerusalem does.
There is a great deal of prophetic speculation going on that has been going on for centuries and it’s dentralizing Christians.
Theologian and pastor John Piper was asked by a Christian from Switzerland “why Jesus has not yet returned despite promises made some 2,000 years ago in the Bible.” Here’s how the questioner framed his argument: As I was studying with our children the need to evaluate prophets by biblical criteria
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.
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