As I read the article, and went down the 7 questions they intend to address, I 'thought', "DUH"...after each one!
group like this is a tool of the enemy to discredit any and all
Watchers and Bible students. How can an organization that claims they
are out to 'restore America to it's Biblical Foundation', NOT see the
'signs of the times'?
Question #2 was a major telling point
(since #1 could be questioned, since we have had many major wars in our
history)...but to question if Modern Israel is a fulfillment of Bible
Prophesy? Come on! That's basic Sunday School 101!
While I agree
that many over zealous persons/groups do shine a negative light on
Christianity, it doesn't look like they are addressing those issues.
not focus on the 'churches' who proclaim to be 'Christian', yet
obviously are not? Rev. Wright's old church is still going strong,
teaching Black Liberation Theology. Westboro Baptists are still
terrorizing families at the funerals of their loved ones, many
denominations have openly gay 'clergy'. These are the issue that need
to be addressed as possible 'problems' with 'credibility'. Seems like
this group falls in the same category as the above mentioned, if they
are going to throw in with the idea that looking for/studying End Times
is a 'threat'.
own 'mission statement' says they believe in covering things from
Genesis to Revelation...but then they consider study/preaching/teaching
of those things found in Revelation as a 'threat'? hmmmmm?