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Prophecy pundits say Trump’s troop withdrawal leads to Armageddon

I’ve been listening to an interview that Brannon Howse had with pastor and author Andy Woods about his book The Middle East Meltdown. He, like so many prophecy writers today, believes Ezekiel 38 and 39 are about modern-day Russia and nations surrounding Israel in a war that will lead to the deaths of billions of people. […]

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Just Like the Days of Noah

Almost daily I get questions about prophetic topics. In most cases, I’ve already dealt with them in my books Last Days Madness, The Early Church and the End of the World, Why the End of the World is Not in Your Future, and 10 Popular Prophecy Myths Exposed and Answered. When I point people to […]

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Are We Headed for Economic Armageddon?

In today’s episode, host Gary DeMar is joined by Dr. Gary North, noted speaker and author of the most extensive commentary on the Bible as it relates to economics. They will be taking a look at Wayne Grudem’s book “Politics According to the Bible”, particularly the section addressing economics.

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Does Prophetic Speculation Hurt the Gospel?

Predictions of Armageddon and impending world destruction have the same effect as the boy that cried wolf, weakening the gospel message to unbelievers. Should we be so focused on predicting the end or focused on taking dominion of the world God has given us as commanded by Him?

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Prophecies of Gog and Magog Fulfilled — Again?

End times “gurus” are pointing to the recent flotilla raid in Israel as fulfillment of the gog and magog prophecies. Gary examines these claims in today’s episode and exposes them in the light of scripture.

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Prisoners of Unbiblical Eschatology

In today’s episode Gary takes a look at the crippling effects of incorrect eschatology and how dispensational premillennialism keeps Christians from impacting the world for the Kingdom of Christ.

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Stop Waiting for the End of the World Bailout

Christians are becoming more and more active in culture, yet there are many still that believe the end of the world is just around the corner and we need to give up since there’s no point to trying. Gary refutes this wayward thinking and reviews the Apostle Paul’s words to the first century Church in relation to “the ends of the ages.”

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Is Obama the Antichrist?

A recent poll claims to show “that 24 percent of Republican respondents agreed with the statement that the president might be the Antichrist, and 38 percent thought he was ‘doing many things Hitler did.” Many people throughout history have been accused with this charge, but what does the Bible have to say on the subject?

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Interpreting the Bible With the Bible

Many end times “prophets” seek to pull out individual verses from the Bible and base all their eschatology on that one verse, ignoring the historical and biblical context. Gary DeMar discusses the errors in this way of interpreting the Bible and how to avoid it.

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Shaking Up Bible Prophecy

End times’ speculators look to the Bible for signs and wonders of the last days, then predict that the end is near because we experience the kind of natural disasters the Bible mentions. Earthquakes have always been happening—practically everyday. What make the earthquakes of the end times unique is what Gary DeMar sheds light on in today’s show.

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The Early Church and Bible Prophecy

"The Early Church and the End of the World" by Gary DeMar and Francis Gumerlock asks this fundamental question: "What did the earliest of the early Christian writers actually believe about prophetic events?" We can only answer this question by studying what they wrote. Unfortunately, we do not have a complete record of the period. Many of their surviving works are only fragments of larger works no longer available to us. To make an historical investigation even more difficult, there are translation issues. Many of the works of those who wrote just before the destruction of Jerusalem in A.D. 70 and beyond have not been translated into English.

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Interpreting Signs of the End Times

Interest in Bible prophecy is picking up again among Christian eschatology enthusiasts. The integrity of the Bible is at stake when Christians make assumptions about the end times making the claim the Bible supports them. When students, unbelievers, and the Church at large are watching to see whether Christians will rightly discern the truth, Christians […]

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