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VFTB at Pikes Peak: Billy Crone

Derek Gilbert and Pastor Billy Crone at the 2014 Pikes Peak Prophecy Summit

Derek Gilbert and Pastor Billy Crone at the 2014 Pikes Peak Prophecy Summit

THERE ARE some people about whom it is easy to say, “God had a plan.”

When you look at the life of Pastor Billy Crone of Get a Life Ministries, it’s hard to reach any other conclusion. Listen to his journey in an interview recorded at the 2014 Pikes Peak Prophecy Summit, from pledging his soul to Satan to pastoring a church, leading people to Jesus Christ, and using media to reach the lost, and you’ll understand what I mean.

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VFTB 191: False Christ

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False ChristTHE IDEA that the Antichrist will be a Muslim is very popular in evangelical circles these days. But what if Satan brings forward an Antichrist who claims to be Jewish?

Chris White, host of Bible Prophecy Talk and author of the new book False Christ: Will the Antichrist Claim to be the Jewish Messiah?, joins us to discuss the scriptural evidence for a false Messiah, the political and military implications, and why such a world leader would be so appealing to American evangelical Christians.

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VFTB at Pikes Peak: Ken Johnson – Gnosticism, Calvinism, and Roman Catholicism

Derek Gilbert and Ken Johnson

Derek Gilbert and Dr. Ken Johnson at the 2014 Pikes Peak Prophecy Summit

IT’S NOT likely that Calvinists and Roman Catholics would agree on much except maybe the claim that they both originate with Gnostic ideas that found their way into the Church.

Dr. Ken Johnson, author of 18 books, discusses two of his works that are likely to step on some toes: The Gnostic Origins of Calvinism and The Gnostic Origins of Roman Catholicism. He also talks about the beliefs of the ancient Gnostics, the response of the early church to their teachings, and the most insidious false teachings facing the church today.

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