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Pastor and Bible teacher. Editor of Prophecy Central.

Prophecy Central’s 20th Anniversary !!!

See Commen20 years ago Prophecy Central began to share “A World of Information about Biblical Prophecy” online. This ministry began when the Internet was a novelty, and about a year before the introduction of Google. During all these years Prophecy … Continue reading

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Why Vote?

A USA Today article, quoted Ralph Reed, saying that evangelical Christians made up 27% of the electorate in 2012. However, 17 million of them stayed home, allowing President Obama to win by some 5 million votes. As we approach the … Continue reading

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Prophecy Central: Your “Mobile-Friendly” Resource!

Prophecy Central has been “A World of Information about Bible Prophecy,” since it was begun in November of 1996. Those were the early days of the Internet, nearly a year before the founding of Google! During most of the time … Continue reading

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Free Online Videos of the Book of Revelation

At last, our complete verse-by-verse video teaching of the entire Book of Revelation is now available online. It is a free series of live class sessions on YouTube! Near the very beginning of this last book of the Bible, there … Continue reading

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My Tribute to Dr. Tim LaHaye

This week the Lord Jesus invited Tim LaHaye, one of His greatest Champions of the Faith, to join Him in Heaven. Tim was 90 years old, and had used all of his time to spread the Gospel, edify growing Christians, … Continue reading

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Brexit: The Problem of Iron Mixed with Clay

The world was shocked this week by the unexpected outcome of a vote in The UK (United Kingdom) to leave the European Union (Thus “Britain Exit”). The threat of uncontrolled migration by Islamic refugees from the Syrian battlefields and other … Continue reading

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Introduction to Bible Prophecy

Questions a reporter would ask:  How? – Inspiration: “Carried along” by the Holy Spirit – 2 Peter 1:21  For prophecy never came by the will of man, but holy men of God spoke as they were moved by the Holy … Continue reading

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The Death of Justice Antonin Scalia

A Great Loss and Serious Questions about His Replacement The sudden death of Supreme Court Justice Scalia today is being lamented by conservatives as an unimaginable loss to the nation. He was the champion on the high court of the concept … Continue reading

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The First Hostage

Joel Rosenberg’s ninth novel takes us into the unspeakable barbarism of ISIS. The things they have already done are the basis for a complete upset of powers in the Middle East, and drastic consequences for the United States. Rosenberg’s unique … Continue reading

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2015 in Review: The Year in Prophecy

We have prepared a different type of review this year. In the past we have written a book about prophecy soon after the end of the year. These studies were illustrated by news articles from the past year or so. … Continue reading

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