A PIECE of linen woven in the 1st century may have prophetic implications for your life.
That sounds weird, but as Russ Breault, president of the Shroud of Turin Education Project, explains, if the Shroud is a receipt for a debt that’s been paid, then — since Christ promised that He would return at the head of a heavenly army — it’s also a promissory note. And that makes it the most important piece of cloth in history.
Derek and Sharon Gilbert will be at the Prophecy in the News Pikes Peak Prophecy Summit July 25-27, 2014 at the Marriott Hotel in Colorado Springs. Watch for information here.
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AS THE first of four of the “blood moons” of 2014/2015 is due next week, it seemed appropriate to bring you the interview recorded at the recent Orlando Prophecy Summit with the man who made the world aware of them, Mark Biltz of El Shaddai Ministries.
Mark tells us how he discovered the phenomenon, its possible significance, and shares examples of past Blood Moon events that occurred close to important events in the history of the Jewish people.
That’s just one of the conclusions one could take away from the just-released motion picture starring Russell Crowe and Anthony Hopkins.
We discuss Noah with award-winning screenwriter Brian Godawa, creator of the Chronicles of the Nephilim series (and the first novel in the series, Noah Primeval) and author of the new book When Giants Were Upon the Earth: The Watchers, the Nephilim, and the Biblical Cosmic War of the Seed. This is a fascinating book, the appendices to the Chronicles of the Nephilim novels collected in one release, the theological foundation on which Brian built the story arc of the series.
We learn what Brian thinks of Noah the movie, his take on director Darren Aronofsky’s approach to the story, and why Christians should lose the cartoon image of Noah we learned in Sunday School.