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Series: “Prophecy 2000”
What issues are paramount to followers of Christ in an era of racing technology, cultural chaos and political meltdown? Drawing from the wisdom of God’s Word and some of humanity’s best experts, Zola sketches both the Biblical and worldly concerns on which we must focus.
480 “The Signs”
This 12-program series begins by asking, “What are the signs of Jesus’ return and the end of the age?”
481 “The Politics”
From the Israeli Parliament, Zola teaches about the treaty that Israel will make with the Antichrist from Daniel 9:27.
482 “The Millennium”
We present a variety of perspectives including those of an economist, a millennial studies professor, a computer expert, a journalist, an author and two survivalists.
483 “The Witnesses”
Zola teaches about the two witnesses of Revelation. We hear the perspectives of a Jerusalem councilman, an Israeli Police spokesman, a counter-terrorism expert and a religious leader who may be a false prophet.
484 “The News”
We interview the former Editor of The Jerusalem Post, the Director of the Palestinian Media Watch and David Dolan, a journalist/author.
485 “The Revelation,” Part 1
Rev. Hindson is able to give a particularly clear presentation of the Book of Revelation in one hour.
486 “The Revelation,” Part 2
>Rev. Hindson leads us from Revelation chapter 12 to the end of the Book.
487 “The Bones”
After Zola teaches about Ezekiel’s “Dry Bones” vision, we hear from an Israeli Air Force spokesman and the Director of Hadassah Hospital.
488 “The North”
From a River Jordan pontoon bridge, Zola teaches about the coming invasion of Israel called “Gog and Magog.”
489 “The Golan”
Overlooking the Golan Heights, Zola speaks about the past wars of Israel and the likely future conflict with the followers of Islam.
490 “The Apocalypse”
Zola teaches about Armageddon from a site on Mount Carmel overlooking the fated valley.
491 “The End”
Hal Lindsey gives his perspective on where we are now and what lies ahead.