THE NEXT MIDDLE EAST WAR? PSALM 83, GOG/MAGOG, OR ARMAGEDDON?
A terrific interview with Josh Peck of The Sharpening Report who now works for SkyWatch TV and hosts “Welcome to the Multiverse” on SkyWatch TV. We dig into the issues such as: “Which war comes next?” “Whether the Antichrist might be a Muslim?” and “Is Turkey or Russia the more likely powerbase for Antichrist?”
Pull up a chair and a bucket of popcorn. Josh and I do our best to provide some great information, have a good discussion, and share a few laughs – despite the serious topics. Hope you … Read More
This week President Putin announced he was pulling out most of his military from Syria. His announcement shocked many who assumed Russia was eager to grow its military presence across the Shi’ite Crescent. I had indicated in my post the day before that Putin was “in Syria to stay”. Despite the announcement, I maintain my position that Russia remains THE major threat to the region. Ostensibly, Putin is moving many of his resources out of the area, likely because he does not wish to get stuck in a quagmire in the Shia-Sunni fight. But other factors are likely at play.
The following is drawn from a new “Quick Study Book” I’m preparing on “What’s Right and What’s Wrong with the Islamic Antichrist Theory”. I have developed what will be a 20,000 word book (about 100 pages) in the same format as my Quick Study Book,Is Russia Destined to Nuke the U.S.? This work grew out of preparations for a discussion with Joel Richardson which took place on March 14, 2016. We taped three radio programs with Larry Spargimino of SW Radio Church in a “fireside chat” format rather than a ‘full-on’ debate. I anticipate these programs will air in … Read More
“Son of man, set your face toward Gog of the land of Magog, the prince of Rosh, Meshech and Tubal, and prophesy against him. (Ezekiel 38:2)
If only one word were selected that comprises the greatest controversy in the passage of Ezekiel 38-39, it would be the word transliterated rô’sh. While the discussion becomes a bit technical, the implications are so significant that we should take the time (and muster our concentration) to dig into the original language, sentence construction, and use of adjectives and nouns.
One of the core tenets of the Islamic Antichrist Theory (IAT) is that the conflicts of the last days are regional… they are not global. The Antichrist is from Turkey. He leads an Islamic horde (including its rival Iran!) against Israel. Europe and the United States are not involved in the Battle of Armageddon (which is also considered in IAT as the same War as the Battle of Gog and Magog). Is this true? Are Bible Prophecies limited to the Middle East? Were biblical writings ignorant of