Gospel.com Topics Feed - Apocalypse 2012-01-03T10:38:56-05:00 GCI info@gospel.com /feeds/topics/apocalypse/ The end of the world, Mayan Calendar, apocalpyse & the Bible http://internetevangelismday.com/blog/archives/6636 2012-01-03T10:38:56-05:00 From a historical perspective, 'Christian' attempts to pinpoint the date of Jesus' return have always made us look bizarre and ridiculous, not least the supposed 'predictions' of 2011. God Wins: A Look at the Mysteries of Revelation - Lew Vander Meer http://faithaliveresources.org/Products/150575/god-wins-kit.aspx 2011-06-08T15:30:26-05:00 God wins! That’s the message of Revelation. This video-based study of Revelation will open your eyes to stunning pictures of Jesus Christ walking among his churches, battling the evil one throughout history, winning the victory at Calvary, and returning in majesty and glory. Christian ministry response to disaster: David Wilkerson's prophecy of judgment http://internetevangelismday.com/blog/archives/179 2010-08-08T17:24:04-05:00 Without wanting to sound apocalyptic, we know that we live in very uncertain days. One Christian leader has predicted serious inner city problems. Blogs provide a good forum to discuss such issues – here is some very balanced and sensible discussion about his prediction at Monday Morning Insight. It is certainly a very possible scenario – a prolonged recession, unemployment, repossions etc will bear down most on the people at the bottom of the pile, and they will not necessarily react with the patience that newsreel of 30’s soup kitchens seem to suggest. This recession will be likely be harder and longer than anything most of us have seen, and it will take many years to sort out and pay off the mess created by the kindly bankers and their mickey mouse money schemes. Spare a thought for unemployed in Japan, who have to sell nearly everything before being entitled to unemployment benefit. Pale horse - a Christian perspective http://biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Rev%206:8&version=NIV 2009-09-24T16:42:46-05:00 One of the famous four horsemen of the apocalypse is the pale horse and rider, who symbolize death. Revelation (Apocalypse) http://biblica.com/niv/studybible/revelation.php 2008-07-03T15:45:19-05:00 This introduction to the book of Revelation reports on the author, date, occasion, purpose, literary form, distinctive features, interpretation, and outlink. For an adequate understanding of Revelation, the reader must recognize that it is a distinct kind of literature. Revelation is apocalyptic, a kind of writing that is highly symbolic. Although its visions often seem bizarre to the Western reader, fortunately the book provides a number of clues for its own interpretation.