A clergyman, born in Wrentham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, 29 July, 1791; died in Bangor, Maine, 21 January, 1882. He was graduated at. Brown in 1813, studied theology with Dr. Nathaniel Emmons, was licensed to preach in June, 1814, and ordained pastor of the Congregational church in Ward (now Auburn), Massachusetts 1 March, 1815. There he remained until 1828, when he was dismissed at his own request, to become the editor of " The Spirit of the Pilgrims," a monthly publication that had just been established at Boston in the interest of orthodox Congregationalism. After editing five volumes, he became, in September, 1832, professor of systematic theology in the seminary at Bangor, Maine In 1856 he resigned to become president, professor of ecclesiastical history, and lecturer on pastoral duties in the same institution. In 1870 he was made emeritus professor, retaining the presidency. In 1835 he received the degree of D. D. from Dartmouth college.
George Gunn is the Dean of Admissions and Records at Shasta Bible College and Graduate School in Redding, California. He is also a Professor of Biblical Languages at Shasta. The article hosted here contains Greek and Hebrew text that will not display properly on some computers without the proper settings. Please see - > Font Help for help on this issue.
Kent graduated from Texas A&M University and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is the author of 3 books: The 911 Handbook, Making Today Count for Eternity, and I Once Was Blind but Now I Squint, and has been published in several Christian magazines. Kent is a featured radio guest and has appeared on At Home Live with Chuck & Jenni and other shows. He and his wife Cindy live near Gainesville, Florida.
Dave Hunt of the Berean Call was greatly committed to rightly-dividing the word of God and presenting facts backed-up by scripture. He often tackled controversial and "politically-incorrect" topics with sensitivity, but no nonsense vigor. Nearly 4 million copies of his books have been sold, and they have been translated into more than 40 languages. Dave and Ministry Partner Tom McMahon communicated with fellow believers through their newsletter, and ministry, 'The Berean Call'. Visit The Berean Call for more information. Although Dave went to be with the Lord in April of 2013, the Berean Call continues on with Tom and the others stoutly defending the faith and being Berean
Arno Froese is the Executive Director of Midnight Call Ministry and editor of the critically-acclaimed monthly magazine, Midnight Call which is internationally available in German, Dutch, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Hungarian, Romanian, Korean, Bengali and English languages. He has sponsored over 50 national and international prophecy conferences in the United States, Canada, and Israel. We have had the pleasure of meeting Arno and find him to be well versed in eschatology and biblical insight.
Mark Hitchcock is a leading Bible prophecy expert, prolific author who has penned over 20 books on the end times, senior pastor, and adjunct faculty member of the Dallas Theological Seminary. He has appeared on hundreds of radio programs and in print as well as The History Channel, MSNBC, Fox, The Glenn Beck Show, and CNN. A leading Christian voice on Mayan 2012 prophecy, he also appeared on an NBC sci-fi special related to 2012. A former attorney, Mark initially worked for the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals. Following a call to full-time ministry, today he serves as senior pastor of Faith Bible Church in Edmond, Oklahoma, just outside of Oklahoma City. He graduated from Dallas Theological Seminary in 1991, where he subsequently earned his doctorate in 2006 and more recently has served as an adjunct faculty member. Hitchcock has been a contributing editor for the Left Behind Prophecy Club for many years. His latest book The End is set to become the handbook of prophecy for the the modern age. Some of his other titles include: The Late Great United States: What Bible Prophecy Reveals about America’s Last Days; Armageddon, Oil, and Terror; Iran the Coming Crisis: Radical Islam, Oil and the Nuclear Threat; The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse; What On Earth is Going On?; Is America in Bible Prophecy?; The Coming Islamic Invasion of Israel; Is the Antichrist Alive Today?; Seven Signs of the End Times; and What Jesus Says About Earth’s Final Days. Hitchcock maintains an active speaking schedule, appearing frequently at prophecy conferences, seminaries, and churches. He and his wife, Cheryl, live in Edmond, Oklahoma with their two sons Justin and Samuel.
Thomas Ice is Executive Director of The Pre-Trib Research Center in Arlington, Texas, which he founded in 1994 with Dr. Tim LaHaye to research, teach, and defend the pretribulational rapture and related Bible prophecy doctrines. Ice has co-authored over 20 books, written dozens of articles, and is a frequent conference speaker. He has served as a pastor for 15 years. Dr. Ice has a B.A. from Howard Payne University, a Th.M. from Dallas Theological Seminary and a Ph.D. from Tyndale Theological Seminary, and lives with his wife Janice and their three boys in Arlington, Texas.
Paul is the Associate Minister at Hazel Grove Full Gospel Church in Stockport, England. He was converted to Christ in February 1990 whilst studying Mathematics and Statistics at the University of York. He has a BSc in Mathematics and Statistics, a BA and MA in Theology, and a PhD in Religions and Theology. He has also studied at the International School of Holocaust Studies at Yad Vashem in Jerusalem. In 2007 his PhD thesis was published by Paternoster Press entitled, For Zion’s Sake: Christian Zionism and the Role of John Nelson Darby.
Paul is a member of the Council of Prophetic Witness Movement International in the UK, and a member of the Pre-Trib Research Center in Lynchburg, Virginia.
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