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Test Of A Prophet – Unruly Refugee

- by - January 14, 2013 - 00:56 America/New_York - 7 Comments

Bible prophecy, how to test a prophet, the last Pope, the false prophet, and the antichrist.

Hal Lindsey explains bible prophecies, the predictions of the last Popes, and the rise of the antichrist.

Hal Lindsey is the author of The Late Great Planet Earth, and is a teacher of Bible prophecy.

This video is dated: 1/11/2013

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  1. xthred

    January 14th, 2013

    Another guy to check out is Hal’s colleague Chuck Missler.

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  2. Jack Daniels

    January 14th, 2013

    Hal has on several occasions himself prophesied about the return of Christ and FAILED, and by the way, the penalty for a false prophet was death.

    Hal is a joke and should be ignored.

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  3. Unruly Refugee

    January 14th, 2013

    Jack Daniels, can you give me an example? I used to watch his show all the time and read his newsletter, and I don’t recall him failing in any predictions. He always says that NO ONE knows the day or the hour of Christ’s return, quoted straight from the bible.

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  4. xthred

    January 14th, 2013

    Food fight!

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  5. Unruly Refugee

    January 14th, 2013

    I’m not looking for an argument, just want to know the truth. If the guy is no good I will quit listening to him.
    Right now, I still trust him to be a man of God.
    I seek the truth.

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  6. Jack Daniels

    January 14th, 2013


    Like you, I’m not looking for an argument. The topic would be way too exhausting to go back and forth on a comment section, as well as too much information.

    That said, his ‘prophecies’ were years ago and it is well documented. I recommend a google search on the topic of ‘false’ or ‘failed’ prophecies of Hal Lindsey.

    One author, Samuele Bacchiocchi, Ph. D wrote a book on the subject in his book: Hal Lindsey’s Prophetic Jigsaw Puzzle: Five Predictions that Failed!

    There was a great movement in the 80′s on the immanent return of Christ, which Hal Lindsey was actively involved in. In fact, I had a friend who followed this movement in the charismatic church he attended and was so convinced that Christ was to return that year ( I forget the actual year, I think is was 86, but I could be wrong) that he sold everything he had, took his kids out of school and SAT in his empty house with his wife and three kids all year waiting for Christ’s return,

    Needless to say when it did not happen, it shattered his faith, even though he should have known better.

    There were and are many false prophets today within the Christian church, of all stripes (denominations)

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  7. Unruly Refugee

    January 15th, 2013

    Jack Daniels,

    There is Way too much information out there on both sides of the issue, and I can’t name anybody who gets it right all the time. I trust no man.

    Hal has led a lot of people to Christ, and he has been right on many things. It appears he has pissed off a lot of people too.

    It is debatable as to whether he calls himself a prophet or not, whether he predicts or speculates. etc. I don’t even want to get into that.

    So, for now, I won’t post anything else from Hal Lindsey. And I will watch both sides of the argument for or against him, over time.

    Thank you for your input on this, Jack.

    One last note: I stopped reading his newsletter years ago because his ministry sent me a letter saying that I had not met the minimum donation of (I think) $35 per year. I get a lot of newsletters sent to me for free, and I donate to some of the senders — none of which require a minimum donation. I quit donating to HL Ministries when they started requiring it; that’s not a biblical principle.


    God Bless

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