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Romber
Jan 1st 2009, 03:45 AM
That thoroughly goes through all the prophecies of the end-times. I know I could google search, but it would be great if I could get the favorite sites from people who actively use/used them. Thanks.

markdrums
Jan 1st 2009, 04:30 AM
That thoroughly goes through all the prophecies of the end-times. I know I could google search, but it would be great if I could get the favorite sites from people who actively use/used them. Thanks.

I wish I could share something with a fellow "brother from Michigan".... (even though I'm in Tennessee now...)
But (in my personal opinion) pretty much every "Bible prophecy" site I've looked at, puts fulfilled prophecies in the 21st century.

I think far too many passages of scripture are taken out of context & forced into an unintended interpretation in order to make them align with "current events".

BUT..... If I happen to discover a list / website that I feel good about sharing, I'll definitely let you know.

:)

Romber
Jan 1st 2009, 04:53 AM
Yes, brother who was born and raised in Michigan(:D), a resource site that keeps the knowledge wide open and doesn't try to pinpoint a date would be great.

I guess my real question would be how would I get into the prophecies and such of the Bible? Mainly regarding the end times? Is there a decent method that makes everything work out well in terms of understanding, or is it best to just jump in?

markdrums
Jan 1st 2009, 05:21 AM
Yes, brother who was born and raised in Michigan(:D), a resource site that keeps the knowledge wide open and doesn't try to pinpoint a date would be great.

I guess my real question would be how would I get into the prophecies and such of the Bible? Mainly regarding the end times? Is there a decent method that makes everything work out well in terms of understanding, or is it best to just jump in?


Actually, a couple books I DO recommend (for starters) are:
"How to read the Bible for all its worth" by Gordon D. Fee
"The Apocalypse Code" by Hank Hanegraaff

My personal opinion when it comes to interpreting scripture is, "Stay connected to scripture". Let SCRIPTURE interpret scripture, instead of imagination & speculation.

The New Testament is FILLED with references from the Old Testament. The OT is where it started; it's the foundation for the NT.

These two books will help you learn to use Biblical principles when reading & studying the Word.

Cyberseeker
Jan 1st 2009, 05:38 AM
You cant go past John Stevenson if you want an explanation of the Amillenial viewpoint.
http://johnstevenson.net/

And have a look at my page if your interest is in chronology, prophetic diagrams and timelines.
http://5loaves2fishes.net/node/25

And as far as end-time forums are concerned this one has the best spread of prophetic viewpoints IMO.

Cheers

catlover
Jan 1st 2009, 02:06 PM
(And have a look at my page if your interest is in chronology, prophetic diagrams and timelines.
http://5loaves2fishes.net/node/25)


I looked at your site -- is there anyway to make the print larger. Had a hard time reading.

Romber
Jan 1st 2009, 02:24 PM
Thanks markdrums and Cyberseeker.

I will look into your suggestions.

Cyberseeker
Jan 1st 2009, 07:44 PM
I looked at your site -- is there anyway to make the print larger. Had a hard time reading.

Just click on the small images (thumbnail) an a full size image will come up. If the full size text is still too small it can be printed to standard size paper. Computer screens and timelines don't mix well because of width issues.

Prophecy Countdown
Jan 2nd 2009, 01:45 AM
That thoroughly goes through all the prophecies of the end-times. I know I could google search, but it would be great if I could get the favorite sites from people who actively use/used them. Thanks.

Hi Romber, http://www.theperfectstormiscoming.org/iranisnextpagehtml.html


PC.

Gods Child
Jan 2nd 2009, 03:17 AM
Here are a couple of sites;


http://www.endtime.com/

http://www.100prophecies.org/

bennie
Jan 2nd 2009, 03:42 AM
www.wake-up.org (http://www.wake-up.org)

He focusses heavely on the sabbatical system. He has a very solid set of hermaneutics( spelling?).
If anything, look at the study on Daniel abd the Jubilee Calendar.
And he is positifly post trib
bennie

Cyberseeker
Jan 2nd 2009, 04:59 AM
If you are pre-mil, Tim Warner is a favorite of many. He is pre-mil / post-trib and I like his stuff a lot but prefer the amil view.
http://www.answersinrevelation.org/

If you are pre-mil / pre-trib the resource to go to is Tom Ice and his Pre-Trib Research Center. (Personally I give this one the :thumbsdn: but it is the view of many)
http://www.pre-trib.org/

Cyb

quiet dove
Jan 2nd 2009, 05:30 AM
If you are pre-mil / pre-trib the resource to go to is Tom Ice and his Pre-Trib Research Center. (Personally I give this one the :thumbsdn: but it is the view of many)
http://www.pre-trib.org/

Cyb

If you go to the articles page on this site, there are many authors and many articles.

third hero
Jan 2nd 2009, 07:03 AM
If you are pre-mil, Tim Warner is a favorite of many. He is pre-mil / post-trib and I like his stuff a lot but prefer the amil view.
http://www.answersinrevelation.org/


Cyb
Thanks for the website. I am personally enjoying the degbate as Tim Warner, who happens to state my personal beliefs better than anyone else I know, attempts to establish progressive dispensationalism using the classical Premil model. Great stuff! :thumbsup: