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    06/13/2011 7:45:31 PM PDT · by TaraP · 72 replies ^ | June 11th, 2011 | Jack Van Impe
    We have received numerous emails and telephone calls from our viewers who were upset when they tuned into TBN on Wednesday night expecting to see our program dealing with churches that have lost their way and four well known leaders that are promoting Chrislam – a uniting of Christianity with Islam. (You can view that program on our Web page by clicking the “TV Program” button on the menu.) On Wednesday afternoon we received a call from Matt Crouch of TBN informing us that they would not run that program, despite having aired it Monday evening. The reason he gave...
  • Just Another Broadcast Day At Family Radio

    05/23/2011 7:00:29 AM PDT · by raccoonradio · 21 replies ^ | 5/22/11 | Jim Pastrick
    After all the hoopla about Family Radio's Harold Camping preaching of the rapture and the end time on May 21, 2011, today I checked Family Radio's Buffalo FM, 89.9 WFBF... On the air and from what I heard, business as usual. But it makes me wonder, is a hoax such as Camping's preaching and promising an actionable offense before the FCC? Imagine the uproar if Clear Channel, Entercom or Cumulus participated in such a "promotion." Yes, CC has thousands of stations and Family Radio has about a hundred. Still, Harold Camping's advisory cost some members of the listening public their...
  • Jack Van Impe Starts "Rumors of Wars" to Hasten the End Times

    04/17/2007 7:42:53 PM PDT · by topcat54 · 25 replies · 1,235+ views
    Tominthebox News Network® ^ | April 2007 | Thomas Slawson
    TROY, MICHIGAN The Bible teaches that in the end times there will be 'wars and rumors of wars.' While popular Bible prophecy teacher Jack Van Impe has no control over the first part of that statement, he definitely believes he can contribute to the last part, and thus plans now to devote his ministry to the spread of 'rumors of wars.' "I feel it is my calling and my duty to hasten the end times." Said Van Impe. "I can't start a war. I'm not the leader of a nation. But I can start 'rumors of wars,' and that's what...
  • A Generation in the Bible is 40 years,end of the world will be 40 years after 1967: 2007.

    01/20/2005 1:01:34 PM PST · by missyme · 393 replies · 3,680+ views
    The Scenario The war will start in 2007. The antichrist will stand in the Jewish Temple of Jerusalem and declare that he is God. The Bible calls this the 'abomination of desolation'. Shortly after this the Arab nations will unite against Israel. Egypt will lead Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, and Jordan - every nation with a border with Israel - against it. Russia and its allies will join on the side of the Arabs. During the fight the US and Russia will use nuclear weapons against each other. The war will leave 2 billion dead. When will it happen? This is...
  • Is Bush getting apocalyptic advice?

    08/15/2003 7:03:27 AM PDT · by evets · 100 replies · 705+ views
    Is the Bush administration turning to a televangelist doomsayer for political predictions? Apocalyptic preacher Jack Van Impe is claiming that he was contacted by Condoleezza Rice’s office and the White House Office of Public Liaison for an “outline” of his take on world events.