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The ‘Mid-East Beast’ Myth, Why Israel Will Not Be Ruled by a Caliphate, by PJ Hanley


I was recently prevailed upon to read a book by a man named Joel Richardson called “Mid East Beast.” In it the author claims to make a “Scriptural case for an Islamic Anti-Christ.” I was already aware of this new theory and had heard others speak of it, and while I found their arguments interesting I was unconvinced. However, since ISIS is now declaring a Caliphate, and Glen Beck and World Net Daily are sounding the alarm, and the book is considered a must read by the prestigious Chuck Missler, I decided to give it a go. Naturally, since it came with such recommendations, I assumed that there was some Biblical scholarship presented that might be refreshing and challenging. But now that I have read it, I can only say that I was shocked by its lack of depth.

mideastbeast1Though the book is well written and makes some good points in the beginning, it dives into a series of hypotheses that move from the inaccurate to the bizarre. And all of them are intended to back up the notion that the prophecies given to Daniel regarding the four empires of History, culminated in the Islamic Caliphate of the 7th Century – a revival of which in our day will produce the Muslim Anti-Christ. Though there are other statements and misstatements in the book that could be addressed, this is the essential foundation upon which all the other claims rest. Therefore, I will attempt to explain why this theory is inaccurate and flawed and why so many Bible prophecy “experts” seem to be buying it.

For more than a Century, and especially since 1948, the majority of premillennial scholars have understood that the last empire spoken of in Daniel chapters 2 and 7 was the Revived Roman Empire. This was not dreamed up because they were located in the West or because they had a Western mindset as is suggested in the book. On the contrary it is solidly based on the visions given to Daniel and their fulfillment in history. Why then would scholars such as Missler and others, be willing to take us back to a Middle Ages understanding? Actually the answer is quite simple and it is one I have been preaching for the last twenty years. They fail to understand that the prophecies of Daniel have to do with Israel and not just the land. These prophecies predict the occupation and domination of Israel by Gentile empires. Once Israel was removed from the land by God through the Roman Empire in 70AD, the prophecies were no longer in operation until they were united as a nation with the land in 1948. This is a most essential understanding and it is true for all of Biblical prophecy regarding the end of the age. Without Israel in the land the prophecy does not apply – period. This is also the primary proof we are at the end of the age and the prophecies are once again being fulfilled because Israel is back in their ancient homeland.

In Daniel chapter 2, Daniel interprets the dream of Nebuchadnezzar where he saw a great statue. His interpretation was as follows:

mideastbeast2“You, O king, were looking and behold, there was a single great statue; that statue, which was large and of extraordinary splendor, was standing in front of you, and its appearance was awesome. The head of that statue was made of fine gold, its breast and its arms of silver, its belly and its thighs of bronze, its legs of iron, its feet partly of iron and partly of clay…..This was the dream; now we will tell its interpretation before the king. You, O king, are the king of kings, to whom the God of heaven has given the kingdom, the power, the strength and the glory…..you are the head of gold. After you there will arise another kingdom inferior to you, then another third kingdom of bronze, which will rule over all the earth. Then there will be a fourth kingdom as strong as iron; inasmuch as iron crushes and shatters all things, so, like iron that breaks in pieces, it will crush and break all these in pieces. In that you saw the feet and toes, partly of potter’s clay and partly of iron, it will be a divided kingdom; but it will have in it the toughness of iron, inasmuch as you saw the iron mixed with common clay. As the toes of the feet were partly of iron and partly of pottery, so some of the kingdom will be strong and part of it will be brittle. And in that you saw the iron mixed with common clay, they will combine with one another in the seed of men; but they will not adhere to one another, even as iron does not combine with pottery.”

Daniel’s interpretation makes it clear that the statue represents four consecutive kingdoms beginning with Babylon. These four kingdoms would govern the Middle-East and more importantly Israel. Then there is a fifth kingdom that comes out of the fourth, represented by the feet and toes, but it is different than any kingdom that has gone before. It is a revival of the fourth but with very different characteristics since it is an alliance of nations and peoples who come together for a purpose but do not adhere – like iron and clay. In Daniel Chapter 7, the prophet is given another picture of these kingdoms as four great beasts. The first three are identified by name as Babylon, Media-Persia and Greece but the last one is not identified since it is so different and the prophet was unable to compare it to anything. This last beast takes up where Greece left off and ends out the age as the Anti-Christ kingdom with ten horns. It is very clear from history, and even the New Testament, that Rome was this kingdom that conquered Greece, dominated Israel, even crucifying the Messiah, and destroyed the Temple banishing the nation to exile in 70AD. This destruction under Rome was prophesied throughout Israel’s history and to suggest, that this empire was not the fourth beast because it came from the West rather than the East, is truly absurd. But even worse is the claim that the fourth beast was an Islamic Caliphate that came on the scene nearly six hundred years later at a time when Israel no longer occupied the land. Honestly, to ignore the Roman Empire which conquered Greece and terrorized Israel more than any other, fulfilling a host of Biblical prophecies, is not only absurd it is irrational. It is hard to imagine how any Biblical scholar can take this seriously. Yet many of them do because they have not been able to understand the role of the Middle-East empires that have come and gone after Rome. Now someone comes along and gives them an alternative that seems to fit the current situation and they are all ears. Since they have not been able to understand the mystery of the toes, they are ready to abandon Rome as the fourth kingdom and jump ahead to an Islamic Caliphate that began in the 7th Century. However, besides the glaring omission of the Roman Empire in this scenario, and even if we assume that all the various Islamic Caliphates throughout history were one entity, what do we do with the Crusader Kingdom and the British Empire?

mideastbeast3There are many other problems with the Anti- Christ kingdom being an Eastern Islamic Caliphate, such as; the fact that it is an alliance (Dan 2:41-43, Rev 17:12-13), and the Book of Daniel clearly connects the Anti-Christ with the Roman Empire (Dan 9:26, Rev 17:9-13, 18). Yet, the foundation of this theory is the notion that Rome was not the fourth kingdom. On this it stands or falls to the ground. There can be no doubt that Rome is the fourth beast, a revival of which began the same year Israel became a nation once again in her own land – 1948. The emergence of the EU and its development into the United States of Europe, with a goal to swallowing up Israel and bringing peace to the Middle-East, is the obvious fulfillment of these prophecies. It came out of the Roman Empire and encompasses the same territory. It is not committed to the destruction of Israel as the Islamicists, but desires to swallow it up with a treaty and EU membership. This is now put on hold until the situation changes on the ground, and on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, and Israel is willing to consecrate the Holy Place. Then they will all be back in the peace mood. After much pain and sorrow, the Final Status agreement or Peace Treaty will be signed and Israel will likely become part of the EU completing the beast’s seventh head. This will be the time of peace and security which comes to an abrupt end beginning the Tribulation period (1Thess 5:2-3).

The other scenario, being presented by Richardson and others, requires Israel and the whole Middle-East, including much of Europe, to be dominated by a brutal Islamic Caliphate the likes of ISIS. However, what would this mean for Israel? And what would happen to Christians? You see not only has Mr. Richardson modified Biblical history to exclude Rome as an important player, he has also written off the future time of peace and security taught by Daniel and Paul (Dan 9:27, 1Thess 5:2-3).Yes the Anti-Christ is a man of war, as he exclaims, but before he is revealed as the Anti-Christ he is a man of peace who will amaze the whole world, and sadly even many in the church.

mideastbeast4It seems to me that those who accept this Islamic Caliphate theory have written off the West as a major player in the days to come. They see Islam on the rise and ready to take over the world. However, while it is true that Islam has its sights set on world conquest, it would be very foolish to rule out the Western nations that God used to scatter Israel and bring them back again. Islam maybe on the warpath against the West but it is a house seriously divided. How many Caliphates are there? How many barbaric factions? How many Jihadists warring against each other? Indeed, about the only thing they agree on is the destruction of Israel. And my friends, that is not going to happen now or ever. What we are seeing at present is the humiliation and destruction of Radical Islam, which will be brought about by force, as has begun in Egypt. Sure they will carry on their efforts underground, but they will lose their appeal when the nations sponsoring them are humbled. Make no mistake about it, no Islamic Caliphate will take over Israel or usher in Daniel’s 70th Week or the Tribulation Period. This will be a smooth slick politician who is given authority by the EU to carry out his mission of “peace and security.” What we hear now are cries for peace and condemnation of Israel for defending herself. These will continue until the “peace” deal is secured. But first there must be a game changing war that gives Israel the courage and impetus to build the Temple. Could this war have just begun? If so then it is only round one. There is unfortunately much more to come!

Blood Moons – Sign of What?


This morning on Passover, April 15th, we saw the beginning of the Blood Moon Tetrad. The Internet is now a buzz with those who saw and enjoyed the eclipse and those who were looking hours earlier or in the wrong continent and presumed it to be a hoax. Others, many of them professing Christians, were mocking the event as another crackpot apocalyptic prediction. “April 15th came and went and nothing happened,” they said, even though no one had actually said anything would. However, some pastors and teachers have unwisely connected the event with the Cosmic Signs prophesied by the prophet Joel, and almost all the Hebrew prophets including the Messiah, which occur at the end of the Tribulation period. These Cosmic Signs are not Eclipses, but catastrophic events that are the result of a period of upheaval so great that Jesus said if it had not been cut short (3 1/2 yrs), no life would be saved out of 7 Billion people.

“I will display wonders in the sky and on the earth, blood, fire and columns of smoke. “The sun will be turned into darkness and the moon into blood before the great and awesome day of the Lord comes.” Joel 2:30-31

“But immediately after the tribulation of those days the sun will be darkened, and the moon will not give its light, and the stars will fall from the sky, and the powers of the heavens will be shaken.” Matthew 24:29

It is true that some fearful souls expected the sky to fall today, but not those who know that an eclipse of the Moon or the Sun is not a scary event. Indeed the vast majority of mankind left the Bloody Moon to the astronomers and went about their normal business. What’s scary about a lunar Eclipse they ask? Absolutely nothing! Therefore, those who equate them with the above passages are minimizing the Tribulation period and misleading the world and the church. Was their blood and fire today? No! Were there columns of smoke? No! Did stars fall from the sky? No! Were the powers of the heavens shaken? No! Did the Islands and mountains move out of their places and was the remainder of mankind gripped with terror at the wrath of the Lamb (Rev 6)? No! Why is it that Christians are so foolish and why do so many seem unable or unwilling to handle accurately the most straight forward passages? How could anyone say that the Blood Moons are the sign of Jesus coming? Furthermore, how could any Christian be ignorant of what the Blood Moons are, and when they will occur, since even the secular media seems to be clued in? Actually the scariest thing of all, in my opinion, is not the Blood Moons but the ignorance and lukewarmness of the Christian church! Let me take a moment then to explain what the Blood Moons are really all about and what the Bible clearly identifies as THE SIGN of The End.

There is nothing particularly significant about an Eclipse in and of itself. However, when it occurs on a Jewish Biblical Holiday, it is seen as a sign for the Jewish people and the world. The Blood Moon Tetrad is an extremely rare phenomenon where four Blood moons occur in a row, and when they each fall on a Jewish Feast Day there is no doubt that something is up. That is precisely what astronomers have predicted for the Feast of Passover and Tabernacles in 2014 and 2015, with two Solar Eclipses on significant days in between. The last time this happened was 1967 and 1968 during the 6 Day War which resulted in the recapture of Jerusalem after 2500 years and the fulfillment of Jesus’ prophecy in Luke 21:24. The time before that was 1949 and 1950 during the Israeli War of Independence. Then one has to go back to 1493 during the Spanish Inquisition, a time of great calamity for Jews, to witness the same Celestial events. What those with insight are saying is that the Blood Moons signify something is up for Israel and the Middle-East. It is an omen of War and likely great victory for the nation. Also, it likely means the situation on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem will change, perhaps leading to the building of the Temple. This does not signify the End of the world or the return of Jesus, but it does suggest that these events will be following. The Sign of the end was clearly identified by Jesus Himself in the Olivet Discourse and it is high time that those who call Him Lord woke up to this fact. He will not come until the apostasy comes first and the Man of Lawlessness is revealed taking his seat in the Holy Place in Jerusalem and proclaiming himself as God (2Thess 2:3-4). This is The sign of The End as Jesus Himself made clear.

“Therefore when you see the abomination of desolation which was spoken of through Daniel the prophet, standing in the holy place let the reader understand…….For then there will be a great tribulation, such as has not occurred since the beginning of the world until now, nor ever will.” Matthew 24:15, 21

When we see the Abomination of Desolation, which is the Antichrist taking his seat in the Holy Place in Jerusalem proclaiming himself as God, then The End will come and then the Tribulation will begin and those who long for His appearing will be gathered to Him, to meet the Lord in the air. Let me say it once again:

The Sign of the End is: The Abomination of Desolation and not the Blood Moons. Isn’t it time to stop muddying the waters with careless predictions built on warm fuzzes rather than Biblical teaching and understand the will of the Lord so we can correctly interpret the signs of the times?

Truth Matters

After nearly forty years in Christian ministry, I have never seen a spirit of confusion and deception, like that which has been released in the church today. The Apostle Paul warned us that a time would come when Christians would be unable to digest sound teaching but would instead crave messages that feel good and confirm their own agenda. There is no longer any doubt that this day has come and it’s all the more reason we should be diligent to study what is being presented and not merely accept what is popular? The Bible tells us that the Bereans were noble minded and though they received the word with eagerness, they examined the Scriptures daily to see if the things being said were true. They didn’t check their brains at the door and neither can we. They were able to receive the power and presence of the Holy Spirit as well as the restoration of His truth to the church? They were truly spiritual. Today however, many have accepted the notion that being spiritual or loving is to be accepting of another preacher’s position as a “unique perspective” regardless of whether it is Biblical. This kind of love and acceptance looks good and even godly on the surface, but is it really love or fear of man or even worse a Universalist spirit? No one in their right mind seeks confrontation, yet true love and friendship often demand it. That is why we must speak the truth in love and not what is popular or accepted. The love chapter is clear that true godly love does not rejoice with unrighteousness but only with the truth. Ironically, this type of truth speaking is supposed to be a result of the equipping of the Five-Fold ministries. But as the so called “New Apostolic Age” enters its second decade, the church seems to be less concerned with what is true and even delighting in confusion. For instance; it is not unusual to have speakers bring seriously conflicting and even doctrinally opposed messages on the same platform and then stand together and declare how wonderful and anointed it all was. Consequently, the followers come away with the conclusion that truth is subjective and flexible so long as the experience or agenda are the preoccupation. It’s as though the church is bi-polar and ok with it. Why not just speak the truth in love? Why not be willing to have one’s point of view challenged in order to arrive at the truth as the early church did? Why not have enough love to listen, and disagree if we must, without being disagreeable? How is debating in a spirit of love and Christ likeness considered divisive while promoting confusion and double-speak is godly and unifying? Is there a double-standard here? Of course the truth must be presented in love and not in judgment, but where is the love in allowing or disseminating confusion? I would rather have two preachers disagree on the same platform and affirm one another than have them speak contrary words and pretend to be in agreement! The former attitude encourages one to seek and love the truth, whereas the latter produces a disdain for it. Yet there is a sort of a “good old boy” network in the church today that seeks to suppress any ministry that does not fit their agenda. As long as you submit to the “apostolic” authorities all is well, you will be granted, ministry, money and notoriety regardless of what you preach. But should you challenge the message or find difficulty with the packaging, you will quickly be demoted to the margins of obscurity. But take courage my friend for so the prophets of God have always been treated. Humble yourself and God will exalt you at the proper time.

The Bible has so much to say about the truth. We are told to speak the truth, walk in the truth, obey the truth, love the truth and that the truth will set us free. We are also told that if we do not love the truth God will send a deluding influence upon us. Is that what has happened? Has God put a lying spirit in the mouth of the prophets? It seems that they are willing to preach anything so long as it is deemed “positive.” But should anyone bring a hint of challenge or a morsel of correction they will label them “divisive” or a having a “religious spirit.” This is of course is a more sanctified type of name-calling.

No doubt someone will exclaim, “The truth is a person and His Name is Jesus!” Of course! But why do you respond with that? Is it because you seek to honor Christ or because you wish to make truth subjective and based on your personal experience? However, the truth of God’s Word is objective and the word of Christ is infallible and not subject to a private interpretation. Thus, all teaching must be based on and in harmony with it.

“All Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness; so that the man of God may be adequate, equipped for every good work.” 2 Tim 3:16-17

The “All Scripture” in the above verse means that every word in the Bible from start to finish is in harmony and agreement and contains in it all that is needed to establish or correct any teaching that is presented today. Paul the apostle, who gave us those words, also told us to examine everything carefully and hold on to what is good. Therefore, there must be a place for challenging false teaching and throwing it away without throwing the truth away as well. Yet, these days the mere mention of error will land you a seat with the infamous “Heresy Hunters.” These are the multitude of “internet people” who have devoted their lives to what they call “apologetics” which is understood as defending the faith. Though some of what they say has merit, the problem lies more with the way they say it. Another issue is that the majority, besides lacking grace in their speech, have what seems to be a very narrow view of Christianity with almost no role for the Holy Spirit other than giving us intellectual knowledge. As a result they declare nearly everyone to be a “Heretic.” Indeed, if you are a Charismatic or Pentecostal you are almost guaranteed to be on the list. This has caused most Christian leaders to despise any kind of corrective teaching whatsoever which is also throwing the baby out with the bathwater. Consequently, almost nothing is examined anymore and all “revelations” are considered valid, unless of course the individual is famous – then they are essential. But this kind of absurdity places the Apostles of Our Lord on the “divisive” list since they were consistently challenging false teaching and were the first to use the “H” word. Indeed, most of the New Testament is in fact correction of false teachings and teachers.

The word heresy means a belief or opinion that is at variance with the established beliefs and customs. Today however, it is generally viewed as a teaching that is contrary to the core beliefs of our faith and makes the one who originates it an apostate who has fallen away. Yet, the word heresy does not necessarily mean apostasy. This is probably why Peter added the word “destructive” in 2Peter 2:1. Technically, heresy refers to a teaching that is contrary to Biblical teaching and is thus false teaching. It does not necessarily imply that the person teaching it has fallen from the faith or is no longer a genuine brother or sister – depending of course on the content of the teaching. This is the problem with labeling someone a “heretic.” It implies that they themselves have fallen from the faith and are denying the master – that they themselves are corrupt. However, false teaching is still false regardless of what we call it and all teachers and preachers need to be willing to have their teaching examined for Biblical orthodoxy. A good challenge sends a humble spirit back to the Word to see if these things be so regardless of where the challenge comes from, whereas; an unteachable spirit will dig in its heels even if it is planted in error. In addition, the number of adherents or movements associated with a teaching or practice does not in itself validate it. Just a casual glimpse at church history will confirm this. Therefore, it is imperative for the sake of the body of Christ that we examine these new teachings and movements that are sweeping the church and do so without attacking the character of brothers and sisters who love the Lord as we do! However, may we also put aside attacks on the character of those who challenge our teaching, and for the good of all, concern ourselves with the accuracy and trustworthiness of the things we boldly proclaim.

Blood Moon Prophecy

For interesting information on the Blood Moon Tetrads of 2014 & 2015 and related prophetic significance, check out bloodmoonprophecy.com .

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Another Middle-East War?

As the Days of Awe begin from Rosh HaShanah to Yom Kippur, the world is in an uproar over Syria. The President is in Moscow for the G20 and is in a bit of a Jam since he is already committed to a “limited”strike and has little or no support. His Russian “Reset” friend threatens him face to face while he has sent another warship to the region, and this morning there are unconfirmed reports that China, yes China, has sent a warship with 1000 Marines. Now people are all upset again. But if they were paying attention none of this would be a surprise. The Syrian situation has been going on for a couple of years and over 100,000 have died. It has already involved Israel and Lebanon and Hamas and a host of others. However, one does not have to be a prophet to know that the situation will get much worse before it gets better. It is all contained in the Bible. In fact, there are pages and pages of information. Let’s take this one verse from Ezekiel 28:

“Thus says the Lord God, ‘When I gather the house of Israel from the people’s among whom they are scattered, and shall manifest My holiness in them in the sight of the nations, then they will live in their land which I gave to My servant Jacob. And they will live in it securely; and they will build houses, plant vineyards, and live securely, when I execute judgments upon all who scorn them round about them. Then they will know that I am The Lord their God.”

Two worlds wars were fought to bring Israel home and since they have come home the Middle-East has been at war. And my dear friend it is not going to change anytime soon. Get used to the Middle-East dominating the news because it has and will until Jesus comes. By the way, it’s also a clue that His coming is near. In any event, there is a war on the horizon, and although it promises to be a big one, it’s not Armageddon or the Gog-Magog war which occur later. This one is going to be about Israel’s right to exist which is something that will not be an issue when it’s over. You will say, “No it’s about Syria or it’s a Sunni versus Shia conflict.” No my friend, those are only the igniters. When the powder keg blows it will be about Israel. The First World War began with a shooting in a far away country and it ended with The British Mandate and General Allenby marching into Jerusalem. The Second World War began with a crazy tyrant in Germany and ended with the Jewish homeland. This conflict is about lots of things but when and if the missiles fly they won’t just be coming from US ships or planes but they will come from Syria, Lebanon and Gaza into the heart of Israel. And when they do the fury of God Almighty will be unleashed on the nations “round about them.” When it’s all over Israel will be stronger than ever – an exceedingly great army (Ezekiel 37:10). They will not be kowtowing to John Kerry or Mahmoud Abbas, but they may even be bold enough to rebuild the Temple. Later on they will kowtow again to the pressure of the nations and then the rest of Scripture will be fulfilled.

It would be very interesting if this strike were to happen, and maybe even before these Jewish Feasts are over. Will the President back down? Will the circumstances or his pride allow him to? Will Putin provoke him? Is America being judged because of our forcing Israel to divide God’s land (Joel 3:2). I realize that its not popular anymore, even in the church, to suggest that God judges nations, but popular is almost always wrong. Nonetheless, stick around and find out the other side of our Heavenly Daddy.

Though it is looking like the President may back down and not strike at all. However, if he does the enemies of Israel will be more emboldened and please don’t forget the other Red Line set by the Prime Minister of Israel. One way or another a Big Middle-East war is on the horizon. The stage is set and desolations are determined. The Jewish New Year has begun and it’s not 5774. It’s more likely 5974. We know it as 2013/2014 the time when we have four consecutive Blood Red Moons on Jewish feasts. The last time it happened was 1967 and 1968 during the Six Day War and before that 1949 and 1950 during the War of Independence. And now here we go again! Dear friend, it’s time to wake up and believe in God and His Coming Messiah Jesus Christ. These are truly days of awe!

What about Apostolic Eschatology?

There has been significant confusion in the church over the years regarding the End-Time scenario. But now a new movement is sweeping the Charismatic and Pentecostal churches that challenges the very idea that we are in the End-Times and that Jesus is coming soon. They call it “Apostolic Eschatology” but it is just a new spin on an old error from the Middle Ages called “Preterism” which teaches that all of the prophecies of Scripture regarding the end of the age were fulfilled in the First-Century. Though there are variations among those who teach this “Apostolic Eschatolgy,” and not all would identify themselves as “Preterists,” the conclusions they draw are the same. The church must take over the culture and rule and reign over the nations before Jesus can come.  Believers are taught to focus their attention on this goal and reject the notion that the Anti-Christ or the Judgment are close at hand. “Everything is getting better” they proclaim despite the fact that the signs of the end are evident even to those who don’t know Christ. The Bible warned us that such teachers would come saying “Where is the promise of His coming” and that deception would increase as the time drew near.

 The purpose of this website is to present the true Biblical Eschatology taught by the apostles of our Lord and awaken the church to the soon return of Christ. We approach Bible prophecy from the Hebraic perspective of the early church, which was devoid of Replacement Theology and where Israel’s central role was celebrated and not just tolerated! This site presents a fresh perspective in many ways. If you read our books and watch our videos you will be educated on the various end-time scenarios, and the strengths and weaknesses of each. You will also get a perspective on the Bride of Christ that is absent from most Bible Prophecy teaching and you will see where the work and presence of the Holy Spirit in the church today is acknowledged and welcomed. If you want to know more about end-times or Bible prophecy, this site is a must for your favorite’s toolbar!

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