The number of Premillennial videos on YouTube is legion. Our senses are overwhelmed by the raw power and sheer magnitude of the visual display. One thing you can’t fault Premillennialists for is lack of creative imagination. At heart they love good fiction delivered with flair. The theologically naïve are easily taken in by this stunning display….
Once the viewer is sufficiently numb, mesmerized, and near to being scared out of his wits, the video will proceed to the concluding gospel message – the altar call. This is of course the most important segment of the video and some of these are delivered with genuine clarity and power….
Futurists like to point to the power of fulfilled prophecy for reinforcing the gospel message. So far, so good. But they then proceed on the assumption that their sensational prognostications of future fulfillment hold the same power. This is a non sequitor – it does not follow. The internet, specifically YouTube, has given us a potent arena in which to respond and disarm all of this deception.
Read part one at http://ambassadorschool.blogspot.com/