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Featured such topics as the history and modern locations of the ten tribes of Israel, the reasons why King Herod and the entire city of Jerusalem was frightened by the arrival of the Parthian Wise Men to visit the Christ-child (Matthew 2:3), the USA in biblical prophecy, why Christians think “Israel” and Judah,” when mentioned in biblical prophecy, designate the same people when they do not, the founding and destiny of the Israeli nation in biblical prophecy.


Focused on the latter-day prophecy of Ezekiel 38-39, Christian misconceptions about the modern nations targeted by the Gog-Magog alliance and the serious implications this prophecy has for the USA and the Western world.


Discussed the ancient Israelite empire of Parthia, which often fought the Roman Empire and which fulfilled a prophecy in Isaiah 14:2. Other topics included answers to follow-up questions about the subject matter of the first two broadcasts.


Discussed the crisis in Egypt and the dangers posed if the Moslem Brotherhood takes over Egypt and gains control of the Suez Canal. Also discussed is the history of ancient Carthage and evidence that the Israelites founded Carthage. Carthage’s presence in ancient North America is examined as are surprising biblical ramifications of Hannibal’s invasion of Italy.


This was the first half of a two-part interview program with guests Jim Haddock and Steven Collins. The roles of the Stern gang and Haganah in the founding of the Jewish nation in 1948 were discussed as were prophecies about the Jewish nation in the latter days. The biblical prophecies about the roles of the modern nations descended from the ancient ten tribes of Israel (which are not the same as the modern Jewish nation called “Judah” in the Bible) are discussed and applied to modern nations.


This is the second part of a two-part interview program in which host, Rick Wiles, interviewed guests Jim Haddock and Steven Collins. This program continues the discussion about prophecies re: both Judah and the ten tribes of Israel in the latter days, and examines the topic of whether the Jews will embrace Jesus Christ as the Savior when he returns as the Conquering Messiah. It examines whether the Ezekiel 38-39 war is the same as the Armageddon War of Revelation 16.The second portion of this interview delves into the controversial subject of the pre-Flood world of Noah. Was it a high-tech society like our own? Was it the “Atlantis” of Greek legends? What was it about the “tower of Babel” that moved God to take the decisive action of confusing mankind’s languages to halt that project?