LETTING IT be known that you take Bible prophecy seriously is not a good way to win friends and influence people.
As we prepare for this week’s Pikes Peak Prophecy Summit, Gary Stearman, host of the Prophecy in the News TV and web broadcasts, says that an interest in Bible prophecy is one sure way to convince folks that you aren’t quite right.
Gary, who is also the editor of Prophecy in the News magazine (and writes many of the articles), pastor of Grace Fellowship Church in Oklahoma City, and author of Time Travelers of the Bible: How Hebrew Prophets Shattered the Barriers of Time-Space, explains why studying prophecy is important, how to draw comfort from the apocalyptic messages of the Bible, and shares some interesting revelations about the period of time just before the Day of the Lord.
Also: Notes about our schedule for the next week or so, due to the Pikes Peak conference, and a brief outline of the Internet meme that’s keeping some geeks awake at night, Roko’s Basilisk.
Derek and Sharon Gilbert will be at the Prophecy in the News Pikes Peak Prophecy Summit this weekend, July 25-27, at the Marriott Hotel in Colorado Springs. Get more information on watching the live video stream here.
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