Hal Lindsey & Tim Lahaye
Harold Lee Hal Lindsey (born November 23, 1929) is an American evangelist and Christian writer. He is a Christian Zionist and dispensationalist author. Timothy F. Tim LaHaye (born April 27, 1926) is an American evangelical Christian minister, author, and speaker./5
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If you would like to understand what the authors of the New Testament were writing about and how the New Testament came to be one compilation, Bart Ehrman's The History of the Bible: The Making of the New Testament is a great resource. Much better than Tim Lahaye fiction and Hal Lindsey fiction.
Stephen Lobergposted toLets honestly talk about rapture Books by Tim Lahaye, John Hagee, Pat Robinson, Jack Van Impe, Benny Hinn, Jerry Jenkins,Thomas Ice, Hinson, Hal Lindsey, Kenneth Copeland, Kenneth Hagin, R. Humbard, Grant Jefferies and most of the Armageddon and Last days events books are used to promote Anti-Christ doctrine. The rapture is a Jesuits Luciferian theology used by agents of the Rothschild /Illuminati cabal. What is the difference between the Rapture and the Second coming? The Second Coming of Christ is often confused with the Rapture… The word rapture does not appear in the Bible but some people have often used the Greek word harpazo – caught up for the rapture. Rapture comes from the Latin word RAPIO define as - seize by force, pillage, ravage and rape. When Jesus comes for His people he will not rape them, nor pillage or seize by force.
You know, when you read Revelation 13, it's hard not to think of the theology fronted by guys like Hal Lindsey and Tim Lahaye. That stuff has so saturated modern Christianity that it is hard for people to look past it. Matthew Henry, a commentator who wrote in the 1700s, didn't see a complex play of a post rapture melodrama, but just one more example of the theme of Revelation: Yeah, there will be problems, but God is sovereign. He sees this: One of its heads seemed to have a mortal wound, but its mortal wound was healed, and the whole earth marveled as they followed the beast. Now, the newer commentators have this as the antiChrist being shot in the head and recovering miraculously. Henry, writing two hundred years before the modern theology got popular, thinks it means perhaps (he says "may be") "The wounding the head may be the abolishing pagan idolatry; and the healing of the wound, introducing popish idolatry, the same in substance, only in a new dress, but which as effectually answers the devil's de ...
I see what u r saying but when eschatologists like Jack Van Impe, Hal Lindsey, Tim Lahaye, etc. agree, makes me wonder.
What is the difference between Harold Camping and the Mayans, Hal Lindsey, Tim Lahaye, Jack Van Impe, Perry Stone...
good night American Zionists, Hal Lindsey, Tim Lahaye, Israel & Israeli settlers & other like-minded... - reminds me of Numbers 22:29
What kind of “horses” do you think these Khazar/Ashkenazis are galloping into Israel on? Well, since the Talmud says that the “Goyim are really beasts in human form” and are “like horses” I think they are riding in on the backs of stupid *** that are even now serving them: like John Hagee, and Hal Lindsey, and Paul Crouch and Pat Robertson and Tim Lahaye and Chuck Smith and just about every evangelical Christian out there and let’s not forget the Pope and the Catholic Church. They are the dumb horses and mules that are giving these children of Gog their ‘horsey ride’ in to possess the “mountains of Israel” both over there in the Mideast and throughout the world.
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