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-A Gog of Magog Summit?

Monday, April 9th, 2018

Is this the beginning of a Gog of Magog alignment (Ezekiel 38-39)? Last week, Turkey’s President Erdogan met together with Russia’s President Putin and Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani in a summit to talk over their allied efforts in Syria. Last year when Putin sold his best anti-aircraft missile system to Turkey we posted about how […]

-Did the Pope Actually Say There’s No Hell?

Monday, April 2nd, 2018

During Easter week, a Leftist/atheist quoted Pope Francis from a private conversation as saying that there is no Hell, only annihilation for the wicked. After it was quoted in an leftist Italian newspaper- La Repubblica, all heck literally broke out in the international press. Soon the Vatican officially denied the quote. Nevertheless, the story had […]

-New Archaeology Find Supports Hebrew Bible Record

Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018

The recent discovery of a 2,700 year old seal of the ‘Governor of Jerusalem’ historically validates several Bible references and in the process gives support to the Jewish claim of Jerusalem as their historical homeland. From Arutz Sheva: Excavations at Western Wall Plaza unearth unique stamped clay from the First Temple Period believed to belong […]

-Turkey and Russia Missile Agreement: Implications for an Ezekiel 38-39 Scenario

Thursday, August 31st, 2017

Gog and Magog vs. Israel? Turkey and Russia recently reached an agreement for the sale and installation of a Russian S-400 missile defense system. From a news update on August 25 in Debka File: Turkey and Russia have reached agreement on the sale of Russian S-400 missile defense systems to Ankara, Prime Minister Binali Yildirim […]

-Archaeology: First Century Synagogue Ruins Confirm New Testament Accounts

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2016

The discovery of a rural synagogue in Galilee dating from the 1st century lends support for the New Testament accounts of Jesus teaching in synagogues. For years scholars have doubted those accounts since it was hard to believe that a Jewish rabbi would allow an itinerate teacher like Jesus to come in an take over […]