Category Archives: Terrorism

Terrorists and the war against terrorism.

Our Book Is Now On Kindle

We are happy to announce that our new book, Connecting the Dots: A Handbook of Bible Prophecy, is now available as a digital/electronic book (eBook).  It is already available on Amazon.com for their Kindle reader. And it is scheduled to … Continue reading

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The Muslim Brotherhood

We don’t often add a new section to Prophecy Central.  With about 100 existing topics, we can almost always find a spot for an important new story.  However, the sudden collapse of Egypt’s government and the rapid rise of The … Continue reading

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Facebook Page for the Prophecy Conference

Image via Wikipedia Thanks to Jeff and Nicole Alexander, there is a new Facebook page for the Inland Empire Prophecy Conference!  It includes pictures, schedule information, and even a special video clip about the conference.  Please visit the page, and … Continue reading

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Prophecy Conference in January

Solid Ground Church and KKLA will be co-presenters of a major prophecy conference at the Ontario Convention Center on January 14 and 15, 2011.  The theme is “Understanding the End Times: Israel, Islam and Biblical Prophecy.” Frank Pastore, America’s most … Continue reading

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The Little Church That Shouldn’t

Image via Wikipedia Will Koran-burning Pastor Miss the Perfect Opportunity?  The little church that plans to burn the Koran on 9/11 will probably miss the perfect opportunity to demonstrate the difference between Christianity and Islam.  By heeding the pleas of … Continue reading

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God’s Protection of the “Son of Hamas”

I recently read the book, “Son of Hamas” by Mosab Hassan Yousef.  It was the exciting autobiography of the son of one of Hamas’ founders. As a young man he admired his father and was involved in leadership of the … Continue reading

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Is America Blessed or Cursed?

We’re getting mixed messages from the news about how God may be feeling toward the United States these days. Some say we are blessed because of the multiple failures of would-be mass murderers, such as the older case of the … Continue reading

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Unholy Christianity

Image by Getty Images via DaylifeSince the escalation of Islamic terrorism, we have often heard that true Muslims do not believe in violence. Why then didn’t so-called moderate Muslims stand up and condemn the atrocities that their radical brothers perpetrated? … Continue reading

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The Peace Process Is Upsetting the Whole World

Image via WikipediaOsama Bin Laden’s latest audio tape praised the attempted bombing of an airliner over Detroit on Christmas day. He said that another attack would be “highly likely.” He also directed a warning to President Obama himself that the … Continue reading

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Political Correctness Is Just Wrong

Every fair-minded person must agree that prejudice is wrong. Prejudice is pre-judging a person’s character or motives based on his or her apparent origins. The most obvious kind of prejudice is to assume that a person believes certain things or … Continue reading

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