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Prophecy, the Gospel & Preterism
" We have also a much more sure word of
prophecy, unto which ye do well that ye take
heed, as unto a light that shineth in a dark
place, until the day dawn, and the day star
arise in your hearts” (2 Peter 1:19)
As we watch events unfold with Barack Obama’s administration, and indeed all over the world, we cannot help but consider the prophetic implications at hand. Many people are looking for answers, but what are they finding?
Some believers claim they are occupied with preaching the gospel, insisting that we ought not to be concerned about the end times. They say things like: “Oh, don’t be concerned about Antichrist, Mystery Babylon and Armageddon, let’s just talk about Jesus.” Yet the Bible tells us that “the testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy” (Rev. 19:10). One cannot ignore prophecy and testify about Jesus. It was Jesus Who sent His angel to testify of end time events in the churches (Rev. 22:16). The idea that He instructed us about things He doesn’t want us to pay attention to is unreasonable and unbiblical.
Furthermore, the great commission is not simply to “preach the gospel to every
creature,” as some suppose. Jesus commanded that His disciples teach “all things whatsoever I have commanded you” (Matt. 28:20). Jesus commanded much in the way of prophetic revelation (see Matthew 24, Mark 13, Luke 21). Yet many teachers today think their only responsibility is to preach repentance from sin, and faith toward God. But the author of Hebrews tells us that those who are only “laying again the foundation of repentance from dead works and of faith toward God” are not really pressing on to the “perfection” of spiritual maturity (Hebrews 6:1-2).
The Gospel in Prophecy
The scripture says that: “Christ died for our sins according to the scriptures” (1 Corinthians 15:3). The scriptures Paul was referring to are Old Testament prophecies, which foretold the first coming of Christ into the world: that He was spoken of by Moses (Deuteronomy 18:15), that He would be born of a virgin (Isaiah 7:14), that He would be betrayed for thirty pieces of silver (Zechariah 11:12), that men would pierce His hands and His feet (Psalm 22:16), that He would die for the sins of transgressors (Isaiah 53:12, Daniel 9:26), that God would raise Him up from the dead (Psalm 16:10-11), and that those who believe in Him shall be saved (Isaiah 45:22, 49:23, Joel 2:32).
When Jesus reproved the disciples on the road to Emmaus, He said:
“O fools, and slow of heart to believe all that
the prophets have spoken” (Luke 24:25).
Is it possible that they were slow of heart to believe the prophets because they were unaware of the fullness of the prophecies concerning Christ? When the gospel was preached by the apostle Peter, he said concerning Jesus:
“To Him give all the prophets witness, that through
His name whosoever believeth in him shall receive
remission of sins.” (Acts 10:43)
As shown before, the true testimony of Jesus Christ is through prophecy. It is this writer’s opinion that modern evangelists who do not recognize this are diminishing the power of the Gospel, and are not really preaching as the apostles preached. Now, when the disciples asked Jesus about the end of the world, they said:
“Tell us … what shall be the sign of thy coming, and of the end of the world? And Jesus answered and said unto them, Take heed that no man deceive you …” (Matthew 24:3-4) Notice, that the first admonition from the Lord about His return and the end of the world, is a warning against deception.
Preterism & the Beast
While it’s been generally rejected by Protestants for centuries, the concept that some or all of the prophecies of Revelation have already been fulfilled has gained prominence in recent years. Preterism (or Praeterism) generally asserts that the book of Revelation was fulfilled by 70 A.D. This teaching says Nero was the Antichrist; even though Nero never set himself in the Temple of God (2 Thess. 2:4), never established a global economy that was dependant upon a mark from him (Rev. 13:17), and was not “destroyed” by the coming of Christ (2 Thess. 2:8), but rather committed suicide. There are full Preterists that somehow believe Jesus Christ returned invisibly in 70 A.D., and then there are partial Preterists, who believe that while most of the prophecies of Revelation have been fulfilled, we are still waiting for the literal return of Christ. Hank Hanegraff (the so-called Bible Answer Man) is a partial Preterist.
The key issue, of course, is whether or not the Antichrist has come. If so, what global government did he rule? If Nero was the Antichrist, he was missing a few countries in his empire. This becomes especially important as we watch the development of the New World Order. If the N.W.O. is not the kingdom of Antichrist, then whose kingdom will it be? Some think it will be the Kingdom of God on earth – which might be the most deadly delusion of all, and the one that ushers in the ultimate reign of Antichrist on earth. This is the great danger of the Preterist view. Believing that Antichrist has come already disarms the Church, giving believers a false confidence, and compels them to ignore the Lord’s warning: “When ye shall see the abomination of desolation, spoken of by Daniel the prophet, stand in the holy place, (whoso readeth, let him understand) …” (Matt. 24:15)
As we show in our documentary, Riddles in Stone: The Secret Architecture of Washington D.C., the New Age prophet, Benjamin Crème teaches Preterist doctrine to reassure his disciples that the Antichrist is past, and that the next Messiah figure who arises will be Maitreya, whom Crème calls “the true Christ” for all nations. When we interviewed him back in 2006, he actually said: “Now when Maitreya appears, don’t say he’s the Antichrist, because he isn’t.”
The Kingdom of Antichrist
The reality is that the full prophecies concerning the last days’ kingdom on earth have not yet been fulfilled. While empires past might be said to have “ruled the whole world,” in terms of man’s systems of government upon the earth, never before has there been an empire that has “devoured the whole earth” as is clearly described in Daniel 7:23. It has not yet been fulfilled that one kingdom, with one king, should rule all of planet earth, and be given full “power … over all kindreds, and tongues, and nations” (Rev. 13:7). Nevertheless, we can see the signs of this fulfillment approaching, as God’s prophecies march forward, in spite of all oppositions to the contrary.
Furthermore, Jesus warned of a period of “great tribulation,” at the time of the end, and how “except those days should be shortened, there should no flesh be saved” (Matt. 24:22). Nowhere in history has all the flesh on the earth been threatened. If one studies the Inquisitions, and how the Papal armies went forth slaughtering Christians, the accounts relate that the soldiers would be killing for months, until their sword arms grew weary, and then they would quit because of sheer exhaustion. During the French Revolution, the Jacobins tried to depopulate France. They planned to murder about nine million people, but as all the bodies piled up, they faced the problem of what to do with all the dead. They were forced to stop after killing a fraction of those intended (for more details, see Megiddo: The March to Armageddon Part I). When Hitler came along, he designed his concentration camps to provide a “solution” to the problems faced before. He would gas the undesirables (Jews, gypsies, and many others) with deadly poison, and then have their bodies burned in ovens to get rid of them. Yet even with all this, and with the gulags of Russia, and the countless killing fields of the world, all flesh had never really been threatened.
Matthew 24 in Position
The close of World War II revealed the most dreadful weapon of destruction ever developed by the minds of men: the atomic bomb. Because of this wicked invention, mankind has lived for some 50 years with the very real possibility of a “Nuclear Armageddon.” The idea that we could wipe all “flesh” off the face of the earth with the push of a few buttons has been a much publicized, frightening reality. It is only in our modern time that this has come to pass. And with the return of Israel to the land, and the conflict in the Middle East; with Jerusalem as a “cup of trembling” to all nations (Zech. 12:2) and Iran fighting to obtain nuclear weapons to destroy Israel, which could then trigger World War III, or possibly an international nuclear exchange that would threaten to destroy all life on the planet – can any sober minded Christian really suggest that all these things are not the fulfillment of the words of God? Are not the pieces of God’s great puzzle being moved into place?
The Reformers Cry Out!
What is perhaps most sad and shameful is that the Preterist arguments are often embraced by modern “Reformed” theologians; by those who claim to be following in the footsteps of men like Wycliffe, Tyndale, Luther, Calvin, and others. Yet none of these men, or the Puritans who came after them, would have embraced Preterist ideas; chiefly because they come from Rome. Yes, the Preterist doctrine itself was created by a Jesuit priest named Alcasar, who developed the idea to deceive Protestants.
During the Middle Ages, there were two primary doctrines taught by the Reformers. One was salvation by grace alone through faith alone. The other was that the Pope is the Antichrist! It was these two doctrines that broke the power of the papacy in Europe. As a result, Rome launched her Counter Reformation.
The Counter Reformation was the Vatican’s attempt to overthrow the teachings of the Reformers, and the Jesuit Order was specifically dedicated to that aim. Among the many doctrinal arguments they developed, was the idea that Nero was the real Antichrist, and therefore, the papacy could not be. Yet all the Reformers from John Wycliffe to Charles H. Spurgeon believed the Pope to be that “man of sin,” and that the prophecies of Revelation would continue to unfold until the Lord’s return. These men would surely weep if they could witness how their reformed descendants have been deceived by Jesuit sophistry, when so many saints hazarded their lives, and went to the stake crying out against the lies of Rome.
It is our sincere hope that our Preterist brethren will repent of this vain doctrine, and cease to sow seeds of confusion in the body of Christ.
Eye of the Phoenix wins 2009 Telly Award
We are excited to announce that Eye of the Phoenix: Secrets of the Dollar Bill is now an award-winning documentary. We have recently received notice from the 30th annual Telly Awards that “Phoenix” received a 2009 Telly for being among “the very best in film & video production.” This is the fourth Telly Award Adullam Films has received, and the third for our series, Secret Mysteries of America’s Beginnings.
With America continuing down its sharp turn toward the New World Order, and the concept of a global economy looming ever nearer, understanding the spiritual powers behind the dollar bill has, perhaps, never been more important. As we are told in the Scriptures:
“Put on the whole armor of God that ye may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil. For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.” – Ephesians 6:11-12
One thing made clear as we unfold the history of the dollar bill, is that the influence of the dark powers of the spirit realm are found throughout. From the stories of the conception of the Great Seal with Thomas Jefferson and other founders, to the placement of that Seal on the back of America’s currency, it is evident that spiritual forces played a significant role. Eye of the Phoenix reminds an audience of the real fight we are called to in Christ, and shows how these things fit in with Bible prophecy, demonstrating how the pyramid on the back of the dollar bill is believed to be a picture of the “final temple” to be rebuilt in Jerusalem, in preparation for the Antichrist.
Reviews & Comments:
“The Eye of the Phoenix is an excellent film … it is one of the greatest documentaries I’ve ever seen in my life.” – Timothy, Conspiracy Central
“Better than the Discovery Channel and History Channel – very well done!” -- Alex Jones, Info-Wars
“Without a doubt, mind-blowing!!!! An absolute must-see for anyone who cares about our country and our future!” -- R. Page, Fort Dix, NJ
“Another great volume in this incredible series!” -- T. Palacio, Los Angeles, CA
“The Kinsey Syndrome” – a disturbing revelation
Our documentary, The Kinsey Syndrome, undoubtedly confirms one of our Lord’s warnings about the last days; that “… as it was in the days of Lot … even thus shall it be in the day when the Son of man is revealed.” (Luke 17:28, 30) Lot dwelt at Sodom and Gomorrah, where the immorality of the people reached the greatest levels of human corruption, and involved “both old and young, all the people from every quarter.” (Genesis 19:4) The Bible further tells us that “Sodom and Gomorrah … are set forth for an example, suffering the vengeance of eternal fire.” (Jude 7) With this in mind, we consider that the Lord gave “the days of Lot” as a picture of how the world would be when He returns.
If the biblical picture of Sodom is that of a depraved society in which adults and children took part in gross sexual immorality, then The Kinsey Syndrome proves beyond any doubt that America is moving in that direction. What’s more is that American taxpayers are helping to finance it, without really knowing that their hands are party to this progression of evil. Yes, the betrayal of America’s children at the government level is, perhaps, the unkindest cut of all. It breaks our hearts to think of the abuse that little ones have been made to suffer because of the selfish and perverse desires of wicked men. Woe unto them, if they do not repent!
Jesus Himself explained the importance of children to God. The scripture says:
“And he took a child, and set him in the midst of them: and when he had taken him in his arms, he said unto them: Whosoever shall receive one of such children in my name, receiveth Me … And whosoever shall offend one of these little ones that believe in Me, it were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and he were cast into the sea.” (Mark 9:36-37, 42)
Several months ago, Dr. Judith Reisman was interviewed on the Michael Savage radio program about The Kinsey Syndrome. As those who have seen the film know, she is a former Department of Justice researcher, who is today considered the leading expert in the world on the damaging influence of Kinsey’s research. The response was to her interview was overwhelming. People all over the country called our ministry to learn more about the documentary, and to get their own copies. They were obviously concerned by the information, and well they should be – more than most of us realize.
A few nights ago, my wife and I attended a presentation given by a local police officer about child safety concerning predators. In the presentation, the officer told us that 75% of the sexual abuse crimes against children go unreported. I heard this and thought: Seventy five percent? Is that right? I had researched sex crime stats for three and a half years, and had not heard a number that high. I specifically asked the officer about it afterward, and he confirmed the number. He also confirmed that one of the greatest threats to the safety of our children is the false security provided by some who give out phony crime statistics. They suggest that crime in America is back to the levels of 1970 – which most anyone who lived through the seventies will confirm is ridiculous. As children in the 1970’s, we could leave our homes (without our parents) for hours at a time, and nobody ever thought anything of it. Today, law enforcement warns about letting your children play outside – AT ALL – unattended. For this reason we have a whole section in The Kinsey Syndrome that exposes how modern crime statistics are intentionally manipulated for political gain. Parents must take care not to be deceived, and be vigilant to guard the safety of their children at all times.
Despite its important message, along with a four star review from MOVIEGUIDE, who called it “One of the most important productions of the 21st century,” and a review from The New American, calling it “a masterpiece,” The Kinsey Syndrome has yet to be embraced by the Christian community. Most ministries have declined to carry the work, and shown little or no interest in it. The Lord knows I am reminded of Ezekiel chapter 9 where the Lord sends an angel into the city to “set a mark on the foreheads of the men that sigh and that cry for all the abominations that are done in the midst of it.” (Ezekiel 9:4) Then God sends out an angel to “Slay utterly old and young … but come not near any man upon whom is the mark; and begin at My sanctuary” (v. 6). If we consider God’s judgment on those who are apathetic towards evil, how can we as believers turn our backs on the little ones who are made to suffer at the hands of the wicked? The Lord knows I have no wisdom to explain it, only sadness in my heart that so many seem to care so little.
Yet, despite my words, I have compassion on my brethren because I know that the information is very, very disturbing; and have known many people who simply cannot bear to watch or hear it. We received these recent comments from a viewer in Los Angeles that is typical:
“Wow … I just finished the movie … Your presentation is incredibly dramatic and, at times, I felt near tears, trembling, and nauseous … I think the most compelling segments were the testimony of the adult victim, ‘Esther White.’ Irrefutable – not opinion or analysis … I learned so much from your overview of the various angles and issues.” – K.C. Veccio, Writer/Literary Consultant
Please say a prayer for this work, that we will understand the Lord’s will concerning it; and find out how best to represent it to others.
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