David Wilkerson is best known as the author of the Cross and the Switchblade and founder of the Times Square Church, but has written other books on Bible prophecy.
A recent Greek fragment discovery has brought an old issue back into focus.
Proponents of the traditional Jewish or Hillel II calendar raise many objections to the observed calendar used by the Karaites. In this article written by Dinah Ben Mordechai dozens of the most popular questions are answered.
Javier Solana is considered an antichrist candidate by some, including Herb Peters of Fulfilled Prophecy.
The “Lunar Sabbath” is a fringe Christian belief that the Sabbath day is not fixed at the 7th day of the week but is dependent on the phase of the moon, Since seven does not divide evenly into the 29.5 day lunar cycle, it requires some days of the month not to be counted. Yet if an interpretation of the Bible requires you to change how you count to seven in order to fit Scripture, could it really be what God meant?
When I was considering a name for one of my books, the same title as Tim LaHaye picked came to mind and I quickly tossed it because it sounds too ambitious.
Best known for his definitive work, The Antichrist and a Cup of Tea, he offers other prophecy teaching materials such as the Real Rapture.
Iran is always in the news today making threats against Israel and the USA, but Bible prophecy already tells us if Iran’s threats will succeed. Ahmadinejad’s plan to wipe Israel off the map with nuclear weapons will backfire and cause his own people to flee Iran. It’s the next prophecy to be fulfilled and may affect everyone who depends on the flow of Middle East oil through the Strait of Hormuz.
How will World War III come? Has it already started by 9-11 as some claim?
What about the “Bible codes?” Books like “The Bible Code” claim that they are real and allow the discovered to know the future. But are they really there or are they too subjectively forced? The answer is that there are some real ones but not as many as is claimed and they do not accomplish what is thought.