Tuesday, November 16, 2010

666 And FAMILY

Molly Noble Bull 

JR Church certainly isn't number 666, but he knows a lot about him. Church has a Bible prophecy ministry, Prophecy in the News, located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and he has written an exciting new book titled Daniel Reveals the Bloodline of the Antichrist. I not only purchased the book, I have subscribed to the magazine for many years.
Until now, I have reported on mostly Christian novels that inspire. But J. R’s non-fiction books on Bible prophecy are inspiring as well as interesting. He will tell you about all his books, but first, I want to comment on my two favorites—Guardians of the Grail and his new book, Daniel Reveals the Bloodline of the Antichrist. I’m reading a copy of Bloodline now, but I read Guardians many times.
Guardians of the Grail and Dan Brown’s bestseller, The Da Vinci Code, cover the same topic but with a huge difference. Brown seems to hope readers will believe that Jesus was married to Mary Magdalene. JR reports the myth while proving via the Bible that the myth is untrue.
Welcome, JR. Tell us a little about yourself and all your books.
Over the years, I have written several books, including Hidden Prophecies in the Song of Moses; The Mystery of the Menorah and the Hebrew Alphabet; They Pierced the Veil and Saw the Future; On the Eve of Adam; Guardians of the Grail; and my latest book: Daniel Reveals the Bloodline of the Antichrist.
There are 12 chapters in the book of Daniel that set forth prophecies about the “times of the Gentiles” — Gentile world powers controlling Jerusalem. All of this will culminate some day in the rise of the Antichrist; the development of a world government and a single world currency. Also, in the book, I have included a 64-page chart of 6,000 years of human history showing Israel’s Sabbatical Years and Jubilees; the 243 years missing in the Jewish calendar; and the timing of the Seventy Weeks in Daniel’s ninth chapter.
Until recently, the Jews did not know how to calculate a Jubilee. But, in the 1960s Israeli archeologists discovered some letters in a cave overlooking the Dead Sea. One letter explained that Bar Kokhba rented his land to a Gentile for two years, so that he could reap the benefit of the crops, even though he, as a Jew, was not allowed to plant crops during the Sabbatical Year, or the Jubilee that follows the 49th year of the cycle. The Bar Kokhba letters are dated around AD 132/33, making it easy to determine all previous Jubilee dates, going back to Joshua and extending forward to the present generation.
My book entitled Guardians of the Grail, gives the story of European royalty and how they could provide the family roots of the coming Antichrist. Along with our study in Daniel’s prophecies, Guardians of the Grail helps to explain why European royalty descended from the same family tree; and why they relish the idea that one of their own could establish world government and rule from Jerusalem.
As I laid out the chart of 6,000 years, I noticed that the first day of Creation was on a Sunday. So, each day of Creation occurred in the very day of the week that followed the event. The second day would be Monday; the third day was on Tuesday; etc. When Adam was created on the sixth day, that day was on Friday. And the day in which God rested was on Saturday. The events of Creation Week fit the biblical scenario perfectly. By the way, you can order Guardians of the Grail and Daniel Reveals the Bloodline of the Antichrist from our website at http://www.pitn.tv/. The book on Daniel is a must-read, especially the chart. If you’ve ever wanted to calculate when in history certain events occurred, this is the book that will lay it out for you in an easy-to-understand format.
Thanks for stopping by, JR.
To find JR’s books in bookstores and online, write J.R. Church in the search slot. Or click onto his web address listed above.


Andrea said...

Blessings and prayers,

Molly Noble Bull said...

Thanks for your prayers and for stopping by, Andrea. Come back often.

Teresa Slack said...

Very interesting reading, Molly. Thanks for bringing this material to our attention. Anyone with a passing acquaintance of the Bible can see biblical prophesy coming to pass. Lots to think about and chew on this cold Wednesday.

Cecelia Dowdy said...

Interesting interview, Molly! Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

J.R. Church is a great writer and has a lot of fascinating material available. Guardians of the Grail was a great book, and this one is probably going to be even better.

Anonymous said...


How can the “rapture” be “imminent”? Acts 3:21 says that Jesus “must” stay in heaven (He is now there with the Father) “until the times of restitution of all things” which includes, says Scofield, “the restoration of the theocracy under David’s Son” which obviously can’t begin before or during Antichrist’s reign. Since Jesus must personally participate in the rapture, and since He can’t even leave heaven before the tribulation ends, the rapture therefore cannot take place before the end of the trib! Paul explains the “times and the seasons” (I Thess. 5:1) of the catching up (I Thess. 4:17) as the “day of the Lord” (5:2) which FOLLOWS the posttrib sun/moon darkening (Matt. 24:29; Acts 2:20) WHEN “sudden destruction” (5:3) of the wicked occurs! (If the wicked are destroyed before or during the trib, who would be left alive to serve the Antichrist?) Paul also ties the change-into-immortality “rapture” (I Cor. 15:52) to the posttrib end of “death” (15:54). (Will death be ended before or during the trib? Of course not! And vs. 54 is also tied to Isa. 25:8 which is Israel's posttrib resurrection!) If anyone wonders how long pretrib rapturism has been taught, he or she can Google “Pretrib Rapture Diehards.” Many are unaware that before 1830 all Christians had always viewed I Thess. 4’s “catching up” as an integral part of the final second coming to earth. In 1830 it was stretched forward and turned into a separate coming of Christ. To further strengthen their novel view, which the mass of evangelical scholars rejected throughout the 1800s, pretrib teachers in the early 1900s began to stretch forward the “day of the Lord” (what Darby and Scofield never dared to do) and hook it up with their already-stretched-forward “rapture.” Many leading evangelical scholars still weren’t convinced of pretrib, so pretrib teachers then began teaching that the “falling away” of II Thess. 2:3 is really a pretrib rapture (the same as saying that the “rapture” in 2:3 must happen before the “rapture” ["gathering"] in 2:1 can happen – the height of desperation!). Other Google articles throwing light on long-covered-up facts about the 180-year-old pretrib rapture view include “Famous Rapture Watchers,” “X-Raying Margaret,” "Edward Irving is Unnerving," “Thomas Ice (Bloopers),” “Wily Jeffrey,” “The Rapture Index (Mad Theology),” “America’s Pretrib Rapture Traffickers,” “Roots of (Warlike) Christian Zionism,” “Scholars Weigh My Research,” “Pretrib Hypocrisy,” "Pretrib Rapture Secrecy," and “Deceiving and Being Deceived” – all by the author of the bestselling book “The Rapture Plot” which is available at Armageddon Books online. Just my two cents’ worth.