Does the Bible teach there will be a final end times revival right before the return of Christ?
Are college campus revivals a sign we’re living in the last of the last days before the Lord’s return?
What is the Mark of the Beast?
Does the Bible teach there will be an end-times revival, or a final end-time rebellion?
And most importantly, should we cancel dentists?
This week I talk with J.D. King, author of The Beast of Revelation: Unraveling the Mystery (and audiobook narrated by yours truly) as well as Why You’ve Been Duped Into Believing That The World is Getting Worse; as well as Leo De Siquiera, founder of Hopeful Eschatolgy, and rounded out with our third guest who is the author of The Power of His Reign: An Easy Introduction to Amillennialism.
We tackle quite a few things related to the end times, including where the different view points place Israel in the scheme of things, and the importance of one’s worldview and outlook and what responsibility we have in implementing the Gospel in the earth, whether we’re going to be here a while, or His return is nigh.
If you have no idea what the difference is between premillennialism, postmillennialism, and amillennialism, or between preterism, historicism, idealism and futurism — the most popular of endtimes views, make sure to check this out and hear some of our thoughts.
Join us for a great discussion.
Make sure to check out a recent audiobook I narrated by one of our guests, The Power of His Reign: An Easy Introduction to Amillennialism on Audible.
And check out the recently-released book I narrated for J.D., The Beast of Revelation, Unraveling the Mystery now available on Audible and all sorts of other places you can listen to audiobooks.
Check Out Leo’s Hopeful Eschatology Masterclass.
And make sure to check out J.D.’s website Christos Publishing for the books mentioned in today’s discussion as well as other Pentecostal material he’s worked hard on for the last few decades.