From the May 2009 Idaho Observer:
An open letter to Revelation and the Rothschild connection respondants: To all you wonderful people who responded to my article on Revelation:
An open letter to Revelation and the Rothschild connection respondants:
To all you wonderful people who responded to my article on Revelation:
I do not claim to be a Bible scholar, or even a history scholar. I believe that history has been written by the victors and that all of us, even Josephus, perceive events around us according to our belief systems.. The four gospels included in the Bible even demonstrate that.
I was raised in a Christian home. When I was 18 I chose to turn away from the Bible for 20 years. During that time I made some bad decisions and experienced what hell must be like—here on earth. Thirteen years ago I repented and began a personal relationship with a God whom I could talk to. I couldn’t get enough of His information and have since read or listened to the Bible four times, and continue to seek His truth.
But there was always something in the Church’s teaching that didn’t feel right. God would have spared Sodom and Gomorrah for 10 righteous people—so why would He allow the Satanic government destroying our earth to succeed when there are millions of righteous people? Jesus taught love—so how can Christians justify war? How are Christians any better than the Muslims who, the corporate media claim, want to destroy us, if we think it is right to destroy them first? Where is the teaching of Jesus in that? How can we bow down to a president that claimed to be a Christian but is a member of a Satanic cult, Skull & Bones, and coveted his neighbor’s oil? The book of Jonah tells how God sent a missionary to a wicked city to declare that it would be destroyed. But the people put on ashes and sackcloth and repented and He spared them. If God would do that, why wouldn’t he spare us if we did the same thing?
The whole interpretation of Revelation that the corporate media and 501(c)3 churches condone – the same churches that say we should turn in our firearms if an evil government tells us to because "God put them there," didn’t sit well with me, but I could not find an answer. So I kept reading my Bible and praying for truth.
I found Don Preston’s book, Who is this Babylon, advertised in the American Free Press (you can purchase the book online at www.eschatology.org) and read it in conjunction with Revelation last December. Finally, Revelation made sense. Preston has been through seminary and knows the Bible extremely well. In fact, he looks at all the verses, in context, not just the ones he likes. I cannot judge whether he is a Christian. That is between him and God, as is the case for Anderson, Smith and van Deventer (other authorities cited in my article), although since the websites/books I took the referenced information from were Christian-based, I believe it is Christ-based information. The secular magazines I quoted wrote articles about Tim LaHaye and his Left Behind books, which I wanted background on, and Guideposts is the publisher of the NIV version of The Daily Bible.
My question is—and it was raised in my article: If there are so many different eschatological belief systems out there (and there are) and they have been around for 2,000 years (and they have), why does the corporate (Rothschild banker) owned media only publish books and give airtime to "Christians" who espouse the recently proposed premillenial theory? And if the rapture was supposed to happen 120 years ago, which is what Scofield preached, and 160 years ago, what Darby preached, isn’t the truthfullness of prophets proven by the fact that their prophesies come true? Christians have been sitting around, do nothing and waiting for the "inevitable" for over a century. What are we waiting for? (AWC)