VFTB 195: Why Study Prophecy?

John Haller
John Haller of Fellowship Bible Chapel

ONE’S VIEW of Bible prophecy tells a lot about one’s view of Christian doctrine. In fact, a poor grasp of the basics of biblical eschatology can lead to serious doctrinal errors — what old-timers called heresy.

John Haller, teaching pastor at Fellowship Bible Chapel and a member of The Prophecy Forum, explains how the study of Bible prophecy is important to one’s understanding of the gospel, and why it seems so few evangelical churches in America teach prophecy these days. Watch John’s weekly Prophecy Updates at Fellowship Bible Chapel’s YouTube channel.

The Prophecy Forum presents its first conference, “A World Turned Upside Down: Explaining the Signs Hastening the Lord’s Return” November 14 and 15, 2014, at the Dublin Community Center in Dublin, Ohio.  Speakers include John Haller, Bill Salus, Doug Woodward, Bill Koenig, Gonz Shimura, Doug Krieger, and others.  For more information, visit www.TheProphecyForum.com.

Note: On September 28, 2014, Sharon and I will begin what we’re calling, for lack of a better name, the Gilbert House Fellowship. Our plan is to study through the Bible in a live webcast every Sunday morning. Log on to www.GilbertHouse.org for more details as we get closer to the date.

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