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Left Behind Author Discusses End Times with Newsweek

Co-author of the Left Behind series, Tim LaHaye, recently sat down with Newsweek in an article published 7/28/2006 to discuss whether or not we’re living in the End Times.

Read the full article

Interesting excerpts:

Tim LaHaye: Biblically speaking, the very nations that are mentioned in prophecy—and have been mentioned for 2,500 years as occupying the focus of the tension of the last days—are the very nations that are involved in the conflict right now. That may be one of the reasons there’s a sudden interest in bible prophecy because all of a sudden they realize end-time events could possibly take place and break forth right now.

Couldn’t almost anything then be taken as a clue that any point in history might be the end times?
Tim LaHaye: Down through the years that’s true. But never the accumulation of events as we have today. I have often said that no one knows the day nor the hour that Christ will come, but no generation has had so many signs of the times as our generation. We have more reason to believe that Christ could come in our lifetime than any generation before us.

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