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In the Old Testament alone there are 300 prophecies (108 unique) concerning the First Coming of the Messiah and 500 prophecies concerning His upcoming Second Coming.
What good would it be to teach Bible prophecy if the student believes the Bible is the same as any other book?
God is obligated by His character to warn. Therefore, God is obligated to let us know the season of the Lord's return.
Some of the most convincing evidence of the Bible's divine inspiration is to be found in its prophecies.
Are you prepared for the answer? For, if there is proof that God exists, you will then have to ask yourself "Am I accountable to God?"
Six million people annihilated. I'm so removed from the Holocaust of the Jews by generations and modern comforts that such an atrocity seems unfathomable.
There are three motivations for the Arab desire to annihilate the Jews and retake both Israel and Jerusalem.
All of humanity is on a roadtrip called "Life" with the last passage being (you guessed it) — death.
I can't turn on the TV or read the news online the last few months without hearing something about Mormonism.
We are living in exciting times when we can witness Bible prophecy being fulfilled before our very eyes. Many of these prophecies relate to the Jewish people and their nation.
Have you ever watched, read or listened to a teacher of Bible prophecy and wondered if what they were teaching was biblically sound?
An interesting argument in behalf of the pre-Tribulation timing of the Rapture can be found in 2 Thessalonians.
Not only is the Bible resplendent with prophetic verses, it is also full of prophetic types. Prophecy in type is symbolic prophecy.
Much of the ceremonial law in the Law of Moses is deeply steeped in symbolic typology related to the First Coming of Jesus.