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“Sit . . . Until . . .” The Multiple Witness of Scripture

By Robert Caringola

1 The LORD said unto my Lord, Sit thou at my right hand, until I make thine enemies thy footstool.

2 The LORD shall send the rod of thy strength out of Zion: rule thou in the midst of thine enemies.

3 Thy people shall be willing in the day of thy power... Psalm 110

What I am going to share with you in this article, I have shared with many Christians who thought they understood bible prophecy. From so called Doctors of Theology to the simply inquisitive, they all recoiled in what the prophets called “astonishment”! Their Christ-returning-any-day concepts were shattered.

Now, before I proceed:

9 And when he had spoken these things, while they beheld, he was taken up; and a cloud received him out of their sight.

10 And while they looked stedfastly toward heaven as he went up, behold, two men stood by them in white apparel;

11 Which also said, Ye men of Galilee, why stand ye gazing up into heaven? this same Jesus, which is taken up from you into heaven, shall so come in like manner as ye have seen him go into heaven. Acts 1

This proclamation of the angels, I do believe! As a matter of fact, in the new Jerusalem of Revelation chapter 21, it states: “…God himself shall be with them, and be their God.” Vs.3b. The God who will walk amongst us, on this earth, is Jesus.

This glorious 110th Psalm makes is perfectly clear that Christ will symbolically “sit” on the right hand (the power of God) in the heavenly “until” his enemies are made His footstool, in other words, conquered. And take notice; it does not say that all His enemies will be saved. Many will have to be crushed by Zion, the Covenant Nations.

Note: If I just lost you, I encourage you to get to the Truth In History website and get informed.

Now before we look at several affirmations of this prophecy in the New Testament, let me ask you the same question I ask the brethren who are contemplating, for the first time, this theology-shaking theme. How can futurist Bible prophecy teachers (current 21st century speculators) try to tell us that we could have a rapture any day, then the Antichrist will appear for the seven year tribulation period? Wait a minute! Didn’t we just read that Christ will sit until his enemies are made His foot stool? So you’re trying to tell me that Christ will leave the throne, descend to the earth and rapture His saints, then the horrific “enemy” antichrist will arise?

Hey, just a fun and holy fact of scripture: Remember, Christ is the head of His body, the church. We have the feet. You mean that these hostile enemies will be our foot stool?

3 He shall subdue the people under us, and the nations under our feet. Psalm 47

20 And the God of peace shall bruise Satan under your feet shortly. The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you. Amen. Romans 16

Hang in there. I’m just getting warmed up!

Our first witness as to the importance of David’s prophecy will be our Lord Jesus Christ. He was addressing the question of David’s son.

35 And Jesus answered and said, while he taught in the temple, How say the scribes that Christ is the Son of David?

36 For David himself said by the Holy Ghost, The LORD said to my Lord, Sit thou on my right hand, till I make thine enemies thy footstool.

37 David therefore himself calleth him Lord; and whence is he then his son? And the common people heard him gladly. Mark 12

Christ’s vindication of this prophecy, relating to His future glory, is probably why the apostles were so adamant when quoting it on multiple occasions. The common people heard the Lord gladly. So be it again that soon the common people will hear the truth of this and gladly perceive its relevance in understanding the growth principle of the kingdom of God!

Now we turn to the apostles. Guess what is proclaimed by Peter at the opening volley of the New Testament church on the day of Pentecost?

33 Therefore being by the right hand of God exalted, and having received of the Father the promise of the Holy Ghost, he hath shed forth this, which ye now see and hear.

34 For David is not ascended into the heavens: but he saith himself, The LORD said unto my Lord, Sit thou on my right hand,

35 Until I make thy foes thy footstool.

36 Therefore let all the house of Israel know assuredly, that God hath made that same Jesus, whom ye have crucified, both Lord and Christ. Acts 2

The first New Testament apostolic sermon included this admonition. Peter wanted to make sure that the House of Israel knew that David spoke of Christ. And that this Christ would sit enthroned in power at the right hand of God – until! I assert that few in the House of Israel today know the truth of this passage and its inferences. How sad.

Here now we turn to Paul. He expounds on Psalm 110:1 and provides further insight and revelation (to put it mildly). Be assured, few in the ministry comprehend what is revealed here. Again, how sad.

24 Then cometh the end, when he shall have delivered up the kingdom to God, even the Father; when he shall have put down all rule and all authority and power.

25 For he must reign, till he hath put all enemies under his feet.

26 The last enemy that shall be destroyed is death.

27 For he hath put all things under his feet. But when he saith all things are put under him, it is manifest that he is excepted, which did put all things under him.

28 And when all things shall be subdued unto him, then shall the Son also himself be subject unto him that put all things under him, that God may be all in all. I Corinthians 15

When death is destroyed, and not “until,” our God will come and walk amongst men again.

Our next witness will be the writer of Hebrews.

13 But to which of the angels said he at any time, Sit on my right hand, until I make thine enemies thy footstool? Hebrews 1

The writer proceeds to clarify the truth of the matter:

8 Thou hast put all things in subjection under his feet. For in that he put all in subjection under him, he left nothing that is not put under him. But now we see not yet all things put under him. Hebrews 2

12 But this man, after he had offered one sacrifice for sins forever, sat down on the right hand of God;

13 From henceforth expecting [ waiting ] till his enemies be made his footstool. Hebrews 10

I ask, could it be any plainer?

I want the reader to understand that I have purposely presented this article in what might appear to be a choppy manner. I am not writing for the sake of prose and eloquence. I simply want to present the evidence of scripture. So let us now conclude with some sanctified common sense from the Book of Revelation.

Relative to the plan, order and continuum of this magnificent prophecy, the author of the “Horae Apocalypticae,” E.B Elliott, stated, “Accordingly, the three septenaries of Seals, Trumpets and Vials will be interpreted by me as a connected and consecutive series; - the seventh Seal unfolding itself in the seven Trumpet visions, the seventh Trumpet in the seven Vials: and this with no intermission or interruption.” This has come to pass and those of us who know the truth of the great protestant historical school of correct interpretation (Historicism) understand that we are currently somewhere transitioning from the sixth Vial to the seventh. It is in this seventh Vial that all Christ’s enemies are finally subjugated. Babylon falls! Gog and Magog are destroyed! The devil is cast into the lake of fire – forever and ever! And God will wipe away all tears, for the former things have passed away. After these things, the heavens will no longer retain our Lord. He will be walking amongst us – forever!

The definition of the word HISTORY is "an account of what has happened in the life and development of a people, country, institution, etc., usually with an analysis and explanation." Looking back through the events of time gives the informed observer insight into the all-important questions, such as the origin and gradual developments of any race, nation or people. Accurate historical accounts tells exactly what happened in past events, but it is the meaning and interpretation of those events where a difference of opinions arise. Because of these differing opinions, a number of interpretations have been set forth by historians in an effort to explain the purpose of past events.

If any historian or philosopher can satisfactorily explain to himself and his peers what transpired in the past; he therefore feels he can give a purposeful explanation of the present and the future. When examining each interpretation of history it is evident that each is based upon two major premises in the minds of their proponents: 

  1. Their concept of the person of Almighty God, and 
  2. Their belief concerning the purpose of man's existence. 

There are two major, yet opposing interpretations of history:


This interpretation promotes the concepts based upon the false theory of the "self-determination" of man. It rejects the idea of divine intervention and believes that man controls his own destiny. The following theories are aspects of the Secular World View: 

1. The Cyclical View sees all of history as a series of endless repeating cycles which have no ultimate purpose or goal. It teaches that there is no climax to history, therefore each cycle within itself is insignificant to the whole.

It views history as having no original plan from its beginning as designed by an all Sovereign Creator, therefore it reserves no place for an ultimate fulfilled purpose. This view has been widely accepted from antiquity by many eastern pagan religions of the ancient world based upon what they see in the repeating seasons of life-cycles of nature. This viewpoint has led to the naive acceptance of such beliefs as reincarnation, fatalism and utter hopelessness. 

2. The Marxist View is a philosophical scheme with all mankind as being involved in a "class struggle" between the bourgeoisie (capitalists, middle-class) and the proletariat (industrial working class) which will eventually result in a "utopia" or the "perfect socialist state." When formulating this philosophy, Karl Marx put all men into one of two categories: the "liberating class" as "saviors" or into the "oppressing class" as the adversaries of the perfect social order. This atheistic view polarizes society and has resulted in utter social chaos and revolution. Marx viewed man as nothing more than an economic materialistic animal whose sole purpose was to serve the all-powerful state through human labor. The result is utter hopelessness for mankind. 

3. The Existential View is often referred to as the open-ended view because it sees no real meaning or purpose to history or the future, but can only relate to the present. It was popularized in France after World War II, chiefly by Jean-Paul Sartre as a literary philosophic cult of nihilism and pessimism. It teaches that each individual exists as a separate entity in a purposeless universe and can only improve himself by opposing his hostile environment in exercising his free will. Nihilism is that philosophy which denies the existence of absolute truth and the foundational basis of knowledge. This was the basis of the hippie sub-culture known as "Moral Relativism." Its cry was "the right for absolute freedom of expression," "do your own thing," "do it if it feels good" or "if I don't think it's wrong, then it's all right." These concepts spawned a cultural revolution resulting in the breakdown of authority in our civilization. 

Within this theory, man is thought of only as a "social animal" without moral responsibility; so therefore, no accountability toward God his Creator, if such a Creator even exists. In other words, evil does not exist because no absolute moral laws exist. The existentialists embrace the beliefs that man is the only source of understanding our material universe, the social order and human nature itself. It has given rise to the anti-Biblical theory of "environmentalism verses human depravity" in teaching that man can only improve his moral status by changing the environment in which he lives with an attitude of total dependence on the state for social and economic support. Thus statism is born out of man's neglect of personal responsibility. If man is no longer responsible, he is therefore no longer accountable to a God of justice and His code of absolute moral laws, but is now accountable only to himself. Thus man has become his own "god." 


This interpretation accepts and teaches that God has a plan for mankind and is definitely involved and even intervenes in the affairs of human events. Accepting the Sovereign God as creator, He therefore is the Supreme Authority over all His creation.

 This is also known as the Providential View of history because it recognizes and accepts the intervening control of an All-Wise and Benevolent God both in the national and personal affairs of man. The origin of this view is found in the words of God Himself as recorded in the Christian Sacred Writings known as the Holy Bible. The Biblical concept of God is that He alone is the Creator and Sustainer of the universe and all that is therein. He alone has the right to exercise supreme authority over the affairs of men and to His laws all men have a responsibility to obey and someday will be held accountable for their actions. The supreme authority of God supersedes the authority of all men, institutions and civil governments. Therefore, the battle-cry of every Christian should be "to God alone belongs dominion." Being that Jesus Christ was the full incarnation of the Eternal God in flesh and now reigns victorious over death, hell and the grave, He alone deserves the rightful authority of dominion over all mankind. Therefore, to Him alone we affirm "The Crown Rights of King Jesus." 

The Historicist approach to prophecy is an admission of God's presiding control of history leading to a climactic conclusion with the fulfillment of God's plan as set forth in Scripture. It is one's understanding of God's plan in history that makes clear God's plan for the future.

Vision from Book of Revelation

For those who find the terms Historicism, Preterism, and Futurism ambiguous, the definitions are herein supplied:

Historicism teaches that Jesus Christ's "unveiling" to the Apostle John, that comprises the Book of Revelation, renders an on-going history of the "church," or "called-out-ones," from the time of John until the Second Advent.

Preterism generally attempts to place the fulfillment of all prophecy at the fall of Jerusalem in 70 AD, yet some Preterists look at fulfillment when Pagan Rome fell in 410 AD.

Most Preterists are of the Post-Millennial school and believe the "called-out-ones" will eventually, through preaching of the Gospel and power of the Holy Spirit, convert the whole world to Christianity. Because that process could take 100, 1000, or 5000 years, no miscalculations are possible.

Futurism places events prophesied in Chapters 4 through 19 of the Book of Revelation into the future at the end of the Christian era. The term "Futurism" is often found as a part of the longer title "Dispensational, Pre-Trib Rapture, Futurist." One may use any of the individual designations to refer to the whole, which is often done. By their own words, it is evident that most Futurists are Pre-Trib Rapturists, and most Rapturists are Futurists. Both share their belief in Dispensationalism.


A model of Herod's TempleAmong the evangelical and fundamental elements of modern Christianity, there seems to be a strange infatuation with anything that is considered 'Jewish'. There is presently a strong emphasis being placed upon the Jewish Torah, Jewish traditions, Jewish history, Jewish prayer shawls, Jewish symbols, Jewish songs, Jewish rights, Jewish land and the Jewish people. For the last forty years in our churches there has been taking place a major shift from a Christ-centered to a man-centered theology. In no area of theological thought is this shift more evident than in eschatology (the doctrine of last things), generally known as prophecy. Surprisingly, the paramount object of most prophetic teaching is centered on one people known as the Jews. Where once ecclesiology (the doctrine of the church) and soteriology (the doctrine of salvation) were preached with power and spiritual authority, has now given way to a message of Judaistic pre-eminence.

There are ministries that are wholly devoted to promoting the Jewish cause in Palestine in total disregard to the rights and welfare of the other occupants of the land. Currently, due to the influence of the secular news media, the 'Christian' pulpit has taken sides in the Middle East conflict by closing their eyes to the Biblical facts of history and prophecy.


The area in the city of Jerusalem known as the "Wailing Wall" has now become a holy shrine to many misguided American Christians. One ministry is asking that people send their prayer requests to them so that they may in turn take them to be inserted into the crevices of the Wailing Wall. This amounts to nothing less than religious fetishism. The Wailing Wall was once a part of the greater area of Herod's temple that was destroyed in A.D. 70 by the Romans.

Jesus Himself predicted the destruction of that old temple and the perverted religious order that it represented. Over six hundred years before the earthly ministry of Jesus, during the days of Jeremiah, the Lord rebuked the people of Judah for justifying their wicked ways by using their devotion to the physical temple as a religious covering.

"The word that came to Jeremiah from the LORD, saying, Stand in the gate of the LORD'S house, and proclaim there this word, and say, Hear the word of the LORD, all ye of Judah, that enter in at these gates to worship the LORD. Thus saith the LORD of hosts, the God of Israel, Amend your ways and your doings, and I will cause you to dwell in this place. Trust ye not in lying words, saying, The temple of the LORD, The temple of the LORD, The temple of the LORD, are these. For if ye throughly amend your ways and your doings; if ye throughly execute judgment between a man and his neighbour; If ye oppress not the stranger, the fatherless, and the widow, and shed not innocent blood in this place, neither walk after other gods to your hurt: Then will I cause you to dwell in this place, in the land that I gave to your fathers, for ever and ever. Behold, ye trust in lying words, that cannot profit. Will ye steal, murder, and commit adultery, and swear falsely, and burn incense unto Baal, and walk after other gods whom ye know not; And come and stand before me in this house, which is called by my name, and say, We are delivered to do all these abominations? Is this house, which is called by my name, become a den of robbers in your eyes? Behold, even I have seen it, saith the LORD. But go ye now unto my place which was in Shiloh, where I set my name at the first, and see what I did to it for the wickedness of my people Israel" (Jer. 7:1-12).


Instead of telling the Jewish people to repent and accept Jesus Christ and His power to change their lives by the power of the Holy Spirit, the emphasis of a vast majority of the "right-wing" Christian church is raising money for Jewish social and humanitarian causes. One issue that seems to be paramount in modern dispensational theology is that a restored Jewish Temple must be built in Jerusalem. The Dome of the Rock is presently located where many dispensationalists believe that new Jewish temple needs to be rebuilt. In their desperation to circumvent this problem of the Islamic holy place and the adamant attitude of the Muslims for it to remain, some Christian Zionists have re-surveyed the area. They "discovered" that the future Jewish temple can be built next to the Islamic mosque and still fulfill the demands of their prophetic aspirations.

Another problem for many futurists is that they are uncertain whether the future temple will be a 'tribulation' temple or a 'millennial' temple. As a 'tribulation' temple, the alleged antichrist will sit in it. As a 'millennial' temple, Jesus Himself will reside there and sit upon a Jewish throne and reign over all the earth. The only answer to this theological issue is to discover the history of the Old Testament temples as recorded in God's Word. God's attitude toward earthly temples is clearly seen as He allowed six temples to be built and then destroyed or go into decay.


1) The Tabernacle of Moses

Soon after the exodus of Israel from Egypt, the Lord gave Moses the instructions as to the building of the tabernacle. This tabernacle was to be built from the offerings of the people and considered as God's sanctuary. The Lord declared that this would be a place "that I may dwell among them". "And there I will meet with thee, and I will commune with thee from above the mercy seat. . ." (Ex. 25:18, 22).

This dwelling place of God among Israel was even filled with the Glory of the Lord to the extent that Moses was not able to enter as the mediator for his people (Ex. 4:34-35). In spite of the extreme importance of this tabernacle in the spiritual and cultural life of Israel, it only lasted for forty plus years and gave way to decay.

2) The Tabernacle of Shiloh

After the children of Israel crossed the Jordan River into the land of Canaan, they erected a tabernacle at Shiloh. Joshua records: "And the whole congregation of the children of Israel assembled together at Shiloh, and set up the tabernacle of the congregation there" (Jos.18:1).

This physical structure lasted approximately 450 years throughout the period of the Judges up to the time of Samuel the prophet. It was in this tabernacle that Eli served as High Priest and where young Samuel heard the Lord call him three times. When Israel went out to fight the Philistines, the Ark of the Covenant which once resided in the Shiloh Tabernacle, was captured by enemy forces. Both the Ark and the Glory of God departed from this tabernacle and never returned. (See I Samuel 1-8). This tabernacle eventually went into decay and ruin.

3) David's Tent

One of the first acts as king over the United Kingdom of Israel, David brought the Ark of God to Jerusalem. This was a temporary structure that David had made and "they brought in the ark of the LORD, and set it in his place, in the midst of the tabernacle that David had pitched for it:" (II Sam. 6:17). The Chronicle account records that: "David made him houses in the city of David, and prepared a place for the ark of God, and pitched for it a tent" (I Chron. 15:1). This structure was temporary and only lasted for 40 years.

4) Solomon's Temple

This permanent and magnificent structure that King Solomon had built would have been considered as one of the wonders of the ancient world. The Biblical account reads: "Thus all the work that Solomon made for the house of the LORD was finished: and Solomon brought in all the things that David his father had dedicated; and the silver, and the gold, and all the instruments, put he among the treasures of the house of God" (II Chron. 5:1). The Lord Himself hallowed this temple by manifesting His visible Glory at the time of its dedication. This was God's sign of approval for all the work that was done because: "Now when Solomon had made an end of praying, the fire came down from heaven, and consumed the burnt offering and the sacrifices; and the glory of the LORD filled the house. And the priests could not enter into the house of the LORD, because the glory of the LORD had filled the LORD'S house" (II Chron. 7:1-2).

Regardless of the fact that this temple was considered the dwelling place of God on the earth, it too only lasted for approximately 350 years. God allowed this temple to be destroyed by the Babylonians during their capture and destruction of Jerusalem in B.C. 596.

5) Zerubbabel's Temple

After the 70 years of exile in Babylon over 42,000 Judahites returned to Jerusalem under the leadership of Ezra and Nehemiah. They rebuilt both the city and the temple. Ezra records: "And this house was finished" (Ezra 6:15) and they made sacrifices unto God at the dedication of this new temple. It was here where the prophets Haggai and Zechariah encouraged them in the work. This structure lasted for approximately 400 years until the time of the Maccabean era.

It was in this temple that the Syrian king, Antiochus offered a pig on the altar. This required a re-dedication which became known as the Jewish Feast of Lights. The Ark of the Covenant never resided in this temple; neither did the Lord place His manifested Glory therein.

6) Herod's Temple

This magnificent temple was built during the reign of King Herod the Great. Its construction began in B.C. 19 and took 46 years to complete. Herod, who was an Edomite by blood and Jewish by religion built this and other civic buildings to ingratiate himself with the Jewish people.

Jesus went to this temple many times during His earthly ministry, but was limited only to the area of Solomon's porch. There is no indication that He ever entered into any inner rooms or the Holy Place. It was this temple that He referred to in Mathew chapter 24 when He prophesied of its utter destruction. This temple was never sanctified by the manifested Glory of God and was utterly destroyed by the Romans in A.D. 70. It lasted for not more than 90 years.

From the example of the above six physical tabernacles and temples that were once known as the "House of God", it is obvious that the dispensation of an earthly 'sacred' temple has ended. Stephen, the first Christian martyr, repeated the words of Isaiah the prophet and set the record straight when he declared; "Howbeit the most High dwelleth not in temples made with hands; as saith the prophet,Heaven is my throne, and earth is my footstool: what house will ye build me? saith the Lord: or what is the place of my rest? Hath not my hand made all these things?" (Acts 7:48-50).

If or when the Zionist Christians and Jews manage to build a modern temple in Jerusalem, it will not in any way be the House of God. It will only be a physical structure that will represent the misguided efforts of men due to the heretical prophetic views of dispensationalism. Jesus Christ is able to destroy again any building that would be a blasphemous substitute of the true temple, which is His body.

Many futurists mistakenly apply the prophecy of Ezekiel's temple (chapters 40-48) as proof of a rebuilt physical temple in old Jerusalem. At the first church council recorded in Acts 15, James repeats the prophecy of Amos 9:11, that it's the tabernacle of David that is going to be rebuilt. This is not the temporary tent that David built for the Ark. The true tabernacle of David, as seen from the context of the testimony of Paul and the other apostles, is a spiritual tabernacle being built by the ministry of the Holy Ghost.

The True Temple

The Temple of His Body

Early in the earthly ministry of Jesus during a confrontation with the Jews, our Lord made it clear that He Himself was the true Temple of God. The Apostle John records; "Then answered the Jews and said unto him, What sign shewest thou unto us, seeing that thou doest these things? Jesus answered and said unto them, Destroy this temple, and in three days I will raise it up. Then said the Jews, Forty and six years was this temple in building, and wilt thou rear it up in three days? But he spake of the temple of his body" (John 2:18-21).

The writer of Hebrews spoke of Christ as a High Priest who served in a "greater and more perfect tabernacle, not made with hands" (Heb. 9:11). When the Hebrew writer went on to say; "That is to say, not of this building," he was referring to the physical temple of Herod which was still standing at the writing of the Hebrew letter.

The Temple of the Holy Ghost

The Apostle Paul made it unmistakably clear that the body of the born again believer is the dwelling place of God's Spirit. The true temple of God is not limited to a certain building at one geographical location on the earth. "What? know ye not that your body is the temple of the Holy Ghost which is in you, which ye have of God, and ye are not your own? For ye are bought with a price: therefore glorify God in your body, and in your spirit, which are God's" (I Cor. 6:19-20). "And what agreement hath the temple of God with idols? for ye are the temple of the living God; as God hath said, I will dwell in them, and walk in them; and I will be their God, and they shall be my people" (II Cor. 6:16).

New Jerusalem

It is extremely significant in the description given to us by the Apostle John of "The holy city, new Jerusalem, coming down from God, out of heaven" (Rev. 21:2) that there was no physical temple. In fact, he records: "And I saw no temple therein: for the Lord God Almighty and the Lamb are the temple of it" (Rev. 21:22). John goes on to say that he "heard a great voice out of heaven saying, Behold, the tabernacle of God is with men, and he will dwell with them, and they shall be his people, and God himself shall be with them, and be their God" (Rev. 21:3).

Being that the real temple of God are the saints and the redeemed of true Israel in the city of New Jerusalem, which is only built by the Holy Ghost, there is no need for a man- made earthly temple to be built in the old city of Jerusalem. If it is built, it will only be a mockery of the real temple and God will destroy it.


In the following pages, numerous quotations from distinguished authors and church scholars will be found. Because of their schooling and/or unique positions in history, they have earned the right to speak with authority on this subject. Historicism is a viewpoint that dates back to the earliest centuries of the Church but seems to be almost forgotten today among the opposing schools of prophetic interpretation. There is a plethora of material espousing Futurism, an abundance of books promoting Preterism, but scant mention of Historicism today.


Notice to Readers

In an attempt to provide a wide range of opinions and applications within the bounds of the Historicist interpretation of Bible prophecy, we have utilized the research and writings of a variety of scholars and historians. Being that the material found on this website has been written over a period of several hundred years, there will naturally be a difference of opinions and interpretations on various prophecies. This is due to the experience and knowledge along with the political and religious conditions which existed during the life time of each respective writer. For example; the perspective of John Wycliffe of the 14th century in England as opposed to the perspective of a 21st century writer in North America may somewhat differ on the same prophecy due to their respective vantage points of time, location and development of historical events.

These differences by no means invalidate the truthfulness of the Historicist approach to the all-important subject of Bible prophecy. Even though some teachers and writers may differ on some major beliefs such as the rapture, the nature of the Second Coming of Christ, the identification of Israel, or the modern Zionist state of Israeli, each writer sets forth a traditional Protestant view of Bible prophecy that has been unfolding in fulfillment throughout time extending from the Apostolic age until our present age.

Every opinion and/or interpretation presented on this website may not necessarily be the accepted belief of those who have made this website available.