Is it the End of the World?
July 2011 Archives

I am speaking at the Future Congress conference in Branson, Missouri next weekend, and one of my topics is “Did Zechariah Predict Nuclear War?” Now, you’ll either have to attend or get the obligatory dvd to fully understand my answer […]

I had a glorious weekend speaking at a church in the upper Midwest. The historic church where I spoke has a history steeped-in the Abolitionists and folks who escaped Europe, looking for religious freedom. They were pious and tough. I […]

With news late last night that President Obama had abruptly walked out on “debt ceiling” talks with the Republicans, I was reminded once again just how relevant Bible prophecy is. For many years, scoffers who made Bible prophecy teachers the […]

One of the fun things I get to do in my study of Bible prophecy is connect with friends who are on the cutting-edge of research. As a matter of fact, far from being the wild-eyed fanatics that critics allege, […]

Thirty-five years ago today, America celebrated its bicentennial; I remember the day vividly. I remember it so well for a different reason than you might imagine. I woke up that morning to hear my parents talking about something that had […]

“For, behold, I create new heavens and a new earth: and the former shall not be remembered, nor come into mind.” (Isaiah 65:17) I found out yesterday that an acquaintance is riddled with cancer. He found out only a few […]

Upon returning from a trip to Israel recently, I reflected on what I’d seen, and what is going on in the world. Clearly, the Arab-Israeli conflict is a focal point for the international community. And, usually, the news is bad. […]