Every day, it seems there is a ministry somewhere in America or around the world that is hosting a speaking event. Christians are blessed to have such a vast selection of training conferences available on every topic imaginable. So why is American Vision’s event, Prophecy Q&A, on October 28 so unique?
Martin Luther once said,
"If I profess with the loudest voice and clearest expression every portion of the truth of God except precisely that little point which the world and the devil are at that moment attacking, I am not confessing Christ, however boldly I may be professing Christ. Where the battle rages, there the loyalty of the soldier is proved, and to be steady on all the battlefield besides, is mere flight and disgrace, if he flinches at that point."
Within the circles of Bible-believing Christians, there is a major battle is raging over the subject of Bible prophecy. For over 170 years, the church has been held hostage by a view of Bible prophecy based on Dispensational Theology. At the core, Dispensationalism is an attack on the plain reading of the Bible. First, it divides the people of God into two different groups––Jews and Christians—a view which contradicts the Apostle Paul’s teaching in Galatians 3:14-16, 28-29 and elsewhere.
Secondly, this system disregards the clear time texts given for the the great tribulation, the last days, and the end of the age. Jesus explicitly states that these things will happen in the first century (Matt. 24:34). The opening words of the Book of Revelation state that the events in this book will happen shortly: “The Revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave Him to show His servants—things which must shortly take place.” (Rev. 1:1). Dispensationalists, however, push these events far into the future despite the plain reading of the Bible.
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For these two reasons and more, we believe the teachings of Dispensationalism to be harmful to the Church’s ability to carry out the Great Commission and to politics in the Middle-East. I encourage you to read the following articles by Gary DeMar on our web site which explore these points in detail:
- The Bloody Future of Israel In Dispensational Eschatology
- The Dark Side of Dispensational Theology—The Future Jewish Holocaust
- The Dispensational Kook Factor
- Taking God’s Name in Vain
American Vision is on the cutting edge of calling the Church back to God’s Word in this area. We’re one of very few ministries who are standing loyal to God’s Word where the battle rages. And by God’s Grace, we are making progress. Dispensationalism, having dominated the prophetic landscape for so long, has finally met its match. On Saturday, October 28th, American Vision is hosting a public Q&A on Bible Prophecy featuring Hank Hanegraaff and Gary DeMar. Unlike many of the leaders in today’s prophetic establishment, Hank and Gary are opening their views up to the public and the light of Scripture. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to ask your question!
For more information, visit: www.LastDaysMadness.com. We hope to see you in Nashville, Tennessee this weekend!