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Trunews Interview

I was interviewed by Rick Wiles of Trunews today.  The topic--the end times, what else?

I have never been on a radio program/podcast the same day as a CIA operations manager.

End Times Interview

Reader Comments (5)

Thank you so much for your interview with Rick Wiles. I really enjoyed especially your take on Daniel 9:27. The LORD opened my eyes a few years ago to exactly what you believe about this passage. No one is interested in listening to my view so it is wonderful to have confirmation. I would love to find out where the second 3 1/2 years are. If you have the knowledge on this, I really would love to hear you.
July 2, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterLinda

Thanks for the kind words. On the side panel of my blog, I have a series of lectures under the heading "Amillennialism 101." # 23 in the series deals with Daniel 9.
July 2, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterKim Riddlebarger
I appreciate your desire to advance the case for amillennialism but I'm disappointed that you lent your credibility to a man like Rick Wiles. A little research surely would have revealed to you his penchant for promoting false prophecies, false prophets, spurious dreams and visions and even his own faulty "words" claimed to be directly from the Lord. On top of that, his fund raising tactics and failure to follow through on his supposedly "God directed" projects raise serious questions about his honesty and character. The man occupies the same Christian broadcasting strata as Benny Hinn and I'm sure you'd never appear on his show even though the audience would be huge.

Please do not take this as a personal attack on you. I suppose at some level the purposes of God have been achieved in this and a few of his doomsday, premillenial, paranoid audience members will be reached with the amillenial viewpoint. That would be a good thing but at some point, serious Christians must take a stand against charlatans like Rick Wiles.
July 10, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterSteve Lumbley
Steve Lumbley, I have followed you for several years and you helped wake me up to several people on your apostasywatch website. However, I take quite the exception to your characterization of listeners of Trunews as being premillennial, paranoid doomsdayers. I would have not thought to characterize myself as such. Rick Wiles does not claim to be a prophet. He says his words are his own, not prophetic words. He is a brother in the Lord who feels called to do what he does and has a microphone and a message; Just as you feel called to point out people you feel are wrong. There is a fine line between pointing out obvious apostasy and your own opinions.

I see here in your post that you have offered your OPINION and nothing more. This is not edifying. I would take heed, Mr. Lumbley to be careful in this regard.
July 10, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterLinda
Linda, I'm glad to know you have been blessed by my website but in regards to Mr. Wiles you are sadly mistaken. He has often claimed to have had direct words from the Lord that failed to come to pass. Here is an example >

What I wrote was not my opinion, it is documented fact. Wiles is a fear monger and promoter of false prophets which makes him culpable even when the words are not his own.
July 10, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterSteve Lumbley

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