Category Archives: Religions

Toward a One-World Religion

Prophecy scholars expect two major movements during the future Tribulation Period: the formation of a Global Government and the emergence of a One-World Religion. Revelation 17 illustrates how the two powers – one political and one religious – will unite … Continue reading

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Encouragement about the Future of the Church

  New Book Explains the Decline of the Church in the 21st Century and Gives Encouragement about the Future  Los Angeles, June 7, 2014 “The Church in Prophecy and History” is a detailed commentary on the Book of Revelation, Chapters … Continue reading

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The Roman Empire and the First Official Pope

Today, on the occasion of the canonization of two popes, I am posting an excerpt from our “Rejoicing in Revelation” commentary.   Theodosius I (379-395), the last Emperor over both the eastern and western halves Of the Roman Empire abolished … Continue reading

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Revelation’s Prophecies about Church History

What About Purgatory? I hope you can take the time to read the amazing prophecies to the Seven Churches in Revelation chapters 2 and 3.  I have spent the past several months writing a commentary on the subject, and to … Continue reading

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What if the Next Pope is the Last One?

The retirement of Pope Benedict XVI will have a stunning effect. A document that has been known to prophecy scholars for some time is about to become common knowledge, and is sure to cause a great deal of speculation and … Continue reading

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Review of Petrus Romanus: The Final Pope is Here

Thomas Horn and Cris Putnam have written a big book of evidence that when Pope Benedict XVI, who is 85, dies or steps down, his successor will be the last in a very long string of Popes predicted more than … Continue reading

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Bible Prophecy: Who Can You Trust?

  Why we wrote “Connecting the Dots: A Handbook of Bible Prophecy” There are so many ideas floating around about prophecy in these fascinating times. How does one know what is true and what is just speculation? Fourteen years ago … Continue reading

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Our Book – 300,000 and Counting

The book that Lambert Dolphin and I wrote has had 335,919 readers to date, BUT it is our old (1998) online version, “Thy Kingdom Come, Thy Will Be Done… The Prayer Offered Most Often Is About to be Answered!” Someone … Continue reading

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Hell Is For Real

The study of prophecy must include what happens to people at the end of their mortal life.  Two books that are very popular right now deal with some of these questions.  One of them is Heaven is for Real: A … Continue reading

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