A friend sent me a link to an online message from about three months ago in the aftermath of the October 7, 2023 atrocity of Hamas terrorists attacking Israel. In this Prophecy Update I’ll go over what the pastor said, why he’s wrong despite how self-assured he was, and discuss why it’s so hard to find common ground in the Christian community when our eschatological, i.e. our end-times, beliefs vary so widely.
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Here we are in the New Year of 2024 – a year that some have said could have a Black Swan event.
About a year and a half ago I spent some time thinking about the coming Antichrist. In so doing, I considered thoughts from various Bible prophecy teachers who wrote books on the subject. My Prophecy Update titled Antichrist Ruminations was the result of my survey.
From that effort, because my article was posted on Rapture Ready, that attracted the attention of Charles (Ken) Bassett who wrote the book: Can We Know? Subsequently, Ken changed the book’s title to: God Says Count the Number 666 – Why the Church Can Discover the Identity of the Antichrist, which can be found on Amazon by that name. He then wrote a subsequent book titled: Empire of the Antichrist – Why the Antichrist Will Come from Rome, which expands his thesis.
In recent posts I’ve discussed several issues related to the belief of those who hold to a post-Tribulation Rapture position. In thinking more about this, I decided to examine the two Scriptures that a post-Trib believer thinks support his view.
We’ve discussed NAR on numerous occasions – the New Apostolic Reformation – and pointed out the many problems with this worldwide movement., which mostly manifests in Pentecostal and Charismatic churches.
The Lord says in Isaiah 1:18: “Come let us reason together.” The context for Isaiah’s verse is sin, but God gave us good minds. He wants us to think. That’s what we’re going to do today.