In the holy Bible we find many warnings about false prophets and self-serving preachers.
We are also instructed to test these preachers and prophets to establish their worth: Rev 2:2 When some people pretended to be apostles, you tested them and found out that they were liars.
A vast number of misconceptions, bad interpretations and some downright false information are found all over the Internet regarding Bible prophesies.
The problem with most interpreters of prophecy is that they don't know history and specifically history pertaining to the holy Bible.
Quite often e-mails and other messages are circulated that excitedly proclaim that the sender has just discovered an ominous message of impending doom and that “research shows the prediction is yet unfulfilled”.
Because these lay interpreters of prophecy do not know history well enough, they will concoct an explanation to suit their intentions.
This web site endeavors to rectify false and faulty information about the most often used sections of the Bible. These are: Ezekiel 38 and 39., Psalm 83 and Nahum.
There are, of course, many others and we will eventually look at them one by one.
Some of these purveyors of faulty information make vast sums of money by canvassing among people who have limited knowledge of the Bible, but who desperately want to be informed.
On this web site you will not find even one link to another site that will bring any money to the owner of this web site.
You will be referred to places where you can obtain books and other information FREE.
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Most of the information on this site is condensed from works of the most thorough and honest Bible scholars in history.
Use is also made of the work of historians like Josephus and others.
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