“Apocalyptic thinking is in the air,” University of Connecticut psychologist Kenneth Ring said in 1990.1 It’s still in the air as we are learning from Franklin Graham, political commentator Erick Erickson of RedState.com, and the film reboot of Left Behind produced by Willie Robertson of “Duck Dynasty” fame. In a 2013 interview with end-time speculator […]
In the conclusion of his review of the book Will the World End in 2012? by Dr. Raymond C. Hundley, Gary looks at the prophecies of Nahum and Malachi as well as many instances where the word “near” is used in reference to the “end times.”
Why does a Biblical worldview ministry that teaches people about America’s Christian heritage take on the controversial subject of Bible prophecy? What does Bible prophecy have to do with America’s history? The answer is quite simple. What people believe about the future impacts how they live today.