My Visit to Prophecy in the News

October 18, 2011 at 10:00 PM 2 comments

Just a very quick update.  It’s late and I have just returned home from spending a few days with the delightful people at Prophecy in the News.

While there, I was interviewed twice by Gary Stearman for two different upcoming episodes and I’ll have more on that soon.  They will be seen on TV stations throughout the world on Dish Network and DirectTV as well as independent stations throughout the United States.

In the meantime, I also recorded two Daily Updates with them and one went up Tuesday and the other will be placed up on Wednesday.

You can check them out at:

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  • 1. alf  |  October 20, 2011 at 2:27 PM

    Well done, Fred. I haven’t had a chance to take a look at your latest books but it appears you’re on fire.

    Have you noticed the upwards trend in posttrib activism? I’m seeing more posttrib sites, not only attacking pretribulation, but also the pretribber motives for believing in it.

    I’ve just visited a blog run by Dalton Lifsey who is linked to several vocal posttribers (Joel Richardson, Reggie Kelly etc) and who seems to be under the impression that we’re escapists and deluded.

    Ever heard that one before? 😉


    • 2. modres  |  October 20, 2011 at 8:15 PM

      Hey Alf,

      Yep, heard it a lot. In fact, I’ve been called a heretic more times than I care to recall. That also seems to be a growing trend among those who do not agree that the Bible teaches a PreTrib Rapture. They view folks like us as simply wanting to escape and when the Tribulation begins and the Rapture does not occur as we were so sure it would, the bottom will fall out for us and in our overwhelming state of disillusionment, we will take the mark of the beast and be forever lost.

      What I’ve also realized is that there is a direct correlation between those who do not agree with the PreTrib Rapture and those who do not believe in eternal security as well. These two viewpoint seem to go hand in hand. Some blame Darby and Scofield not only for the PreTrib Rapture position, but also for the “fallacious” eternal security (or “once saved, always saved”). The attacks are becoming downright unChristian. They justify this by saying that those who believe in the PreTrib Rapture are not doing what they are supposed to do to “prepare” people to go through the Tribulation period.

      I find it a bit comical that one of the alleged reasons I believe in the PreTrib Rapture position is because I do not want to suffer any persecution; as if my wishing could make it so. Jesus said this life would be filled with tribulation and many Christians will not get out of it without undergoing great persecution as well. The main difference between generalized tribulation/persecution and the period of the Tribulation is that the latter is when God pours out His wrath on the world in judgment. General tribulation or persecution is not evidences of God’s wrath.

      I’ve also found that it really doesn’t matter how how often these two areas of theology are discussed. People’s minds are set and those who reject the PreTrib Rapture also normally reject eternal security. When I was with the folks at Prophecy in the News, we were discussing the same thing.

      The only way people can be “prepared” for anything that lies ahead in their life is when they are committed and submitted to Jesus as Lord and Savior. Staying close to Him is what provides the strength to meet life head on. Arguing about various aspects of Eschatology doesn’t amount to anything. But…shhh…don’t tell Posttribbers that, all right? 🙂 They won’t listen anyway.


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