Prophecy Watchers

Spartan Sprinter 1

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Do Gary Stearman and Bob Ulrich screen the people they interview before allowing them to appear as guests on their show?
I was a bit stunned that Jonathan Cahn made a recent appearance on their show with Gary Stearman helping to promote his latest false book called "The Oracle".
 

Anewcreationinjesus

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Oh dear... I must say the only two I've watched on PW are Andy Woods and Billy Crone...

Looking at the info on the Oracle it reeks of mysticism to me... Not good! The man called the Oracle indeed...

And I still love that PW intro :) da-da-da-da-da-DAAA!!

As someone who attempted music composing in my youth as a hobby rather than a career (became an idol so I don't do it now, my whole life revolved around trying to compose), not formally trained, am impressed with the trailer music too :)
 
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Spartan Sprinter 1

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Oh dear... I must say the only two I've watched on PW are Andy Woods and Billy Crone...

Looking at the info on the Oracle it reeks of mysticism to me... Not good! The man called the Oracle indeed...

And I still love that PW intro :) da-da-da-da-da-DAAA!!

As someone who attempted music composing in my youth as a hobby rather than a career (became an idol so I don't do it now, my whole life revolved around trying to compose), not formally trained, am impressed with the trailer music too :)
I love the intro to the show as well and the guests so far apart from Jonathan Cahn seemed to be dispensational believing preachers
 

Batfan7

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Um, isn't Cahn just a fiction writer? Isn't the definition of a fiction writer one who writes things that aren't true? I mean, if his book is even vaguely dealing with End Times stuff, it could be worth having the author on the show to highlight the true aspects (the Narnia series had all sorts of errorus things, from magic on up, but I'd still consider it a great work or fiction and worth talking about in the context of Christian doctrine). Now, I don't know anything about this "Oracle" book, so can't say whether I'd agree with it's theology or not, but it seems silly to attack it because it isn't perfectly aligned with something End Times related (unless it is misrepresenting the gospel message; that's unpardonable)
 

Mike Evans

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.... and he appears with heretics such as Copeland to promote his questionable teachings. Also speaks at conferences run by Perry Stone. Calls himself Rabbi so there are possibly Hebrew Roots style doctrines in his teaching. His popular book THE SHEMITAH was full of sensational errors snd the misapplication of OT scriptures. Some label him Jonathon Con.
 
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athenasius

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I like a lot of Prophecy Watchers and Gary Stearman, BUT just lately I'm feeling like the balance is a bit off. I prefer it when it's at least half or more good solid Bible teachers like Ron Rhodes, Andy Woods, Tommy Ice, Tom Hughes, Billy Crone and the like.

It's a real mixed bag though, because Gary's focus is on current book releases within the Christian market, mostly in the good category with a few controversial ones like Cahn or others thrown in. Probably because of market demand. Those things sell. Stinkers though they are.

I skip the utter nonsensical ones where simple logic lets them out of serious consideration.There's been a recent one last name Pitterson whose big idea is that Nephilim genes crept onto the Ark in Ham's wife. However there are logic problems with that. Why then would all humanity after the Flood be able to be saved? What about intermarriage. Starting with 3 couples that are still fertile (Noah and his wife have no other recorded descendants but even if it were 4 couples, it's genetically the same problem)-- you would INEVITABLY have the genes of one of the 3 or 4 women being spread across ALL humanity within very short order just from the small gene pool. Which then destroys his argument that the genes from her made the Canaanites evil & he figures it accounts for the Nephilim in the land that Joshua encountered. They get wiped out but the greater problem of genetic contamination would remain. So he would have to prove that Jesus wasn't compromised genetically AND that by the time of the Cross, God's statements about His love for the world, open invitation to salvation, and promise of eternal life are applicable to the Nephilim contaminated people. We read in John 3:16 that God so loved THE WORLD (inclusive of ALL) that He gave His only begotten Son, that WHOSOEVER (inclusive again, meaning all) believes in Him shall not perish but have everlasting life. Anyone can be saved. Not everyone will be saved, because God gave us free will choiice, but those who call on the name of the Lord will be saved. Romans 10:13 No little exclusion for those with Nephilim genes. Right there, this is a logical roadblock for his whole idea. Irritating. Whenever he gets going, I want to go bang my head on a wall somewhere.

Ditto the utter scam artists and false prophets such as Cioccolanti or Cahn. I looked up Cioccolanti and he is another bad one to avoid like the plague. He is a Rhema graduate pastor, which is Kenneth Hagin's Word of Faith stuff, he is involved in that heresy and several others. He enjoys the prophetic, which few Word Faith teachers dabble in, and mixes some good stuff into the bad which is a deadly combination. He has a lot of NAR teachings which run in tandem with Word Faith often times, is fond of "God Told Me" statements and is a false prophet.

I will listen to Avi Lipkin and his son even though they aren't Christians, they have a unique perspective on politics in Israel and around the whole middle East. Avi's wife is a specialist within the IDF or Mossad who spends her days just listening to Arab media and analyzing the results. The Lipkin's points of view on things political is worth my time.

Every once in a while I'll bump into people who think that because Avi is on Stearman's PW list of regulars that Avi is a Christian. He isn't, he is Jewish in his beliefs, but he is very fond of Christians. And a smart man. I pay attention to him like I pay attention to Caroline Glick's columns in the Jerusalem Post and elsewhere.

Just lately I've been skipping a lot.

So just saying, if you are feeling like someone is off, don't expect Gary Stearman to have vetted his guests. He doesn't. It's a wide mixture. Some are better off being turned off.

Everyone else, even if they are the most sound preachers, can have off days and it's the responsibility of the Christian to filter everything thru the Word of God.
 
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