Noted Christian authors to explain Syria and other events at Prophecy Conference

What does the war in Syria have to do with America and Bible prophecy?

Bible scholars and authors will give some detailed accounts of what the Bible teaches about end times during the The Mid-America Prophecy Conference, which runs from Thursday to Saturday here. The annual event is presented by Bible Prophecy as Written Ministries and host Phillip Goodman.

President Donald Trump ordered the bombing of a Syrian airfield after poison gas was used on Syrian civilians, with the Syrian government apparently at blame.

Syria is clearly mentioned in Bible prophecy, particularly in its relationship to the Nation Israel and the Jewish people.

“We are a Bible Prophecy teaching ministry, respecting prophecy –  ‘as written’ – in its straightforward, plain and literal meaning,” Goodman states in his website, Bibleprophecyaswritten.com. “We are committed to teaching Bible prophecy as it was intended when given…to testify to and glorify Jesus Christ. We have no other agenda from our Lord except to live and walk according to the Word that we teach.”

Conference speakers, who have all written about the Middle East and spent time there, will describe how events in Syria and all around the fit the prophecy contained in the Bible.

The scheduled speakers include:

  • Author Phillip Goodman of Bibleprophecyaswrittenministries.com
  • Thomas Ice of the Pre-Trib Research Center
  • John Whitcomb of Whitcomb Ministries
  • Charles Bing of Grace Life
  • Daymond Duck of Prophecy Plus
  • Terry James of Rapture Ready
  • Pastor Wayne Dartez of Victory Baptist Church
  • Pastor Mark Hitchcock of Faith Bible Church in Edmond, Oklahoma
  • J.B. Hixson of Not By Works Ministries

Whitcomb has been called one of the “Fathers of the Modern Creationist Movement. He was a seminary professor for 38 years.

Hitchcock, a graduate of Oklahoma State University, has a law degree from Oklahoma City University and masters’ and doctorate degrees from Dallas Theological Seminary.

Hitchcock is the author of numerous books including: Getting the Gospel Wrong: The Evangelical Crisis No One is Talking About; The Gospel Unplugged: Good News Plain and Simple; The Great Last Days Deception: Exposing Satan’s New World Order Agenda; and What Lies Ahead: A Biblical Overview of the End Times.

Ice has co-authored more than 30 books and he also has a doctorate degree from Dallas Theological Seminary. Bing, another DTS graduate, has served as an adjunct professor of Biblical Studies at LeTourneau University. James, an author, is an active member of the PreTrib Research Center Study Group.

Dartez is pastor of Victory Baptist Church in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Duck is the founder of Prophecy Plus Ministries. Hixson is a member of the Evangelical Theological Society and the Council on Dispensational Hermeneutics.

The conference begins at 1 p.m. April 20 at Marriott Tulsa Southern Hills, 1902 E. 71st St. That session continues through the evening.

On April 21, the conference begins at 9 a.m. and continues throughout the day and evening. The conference begins at 9 a.m. on April 22 and concludes with a question-and-answer session that begins at 4:30 p.m. Also, there is a special sandwich luncheon for women at 11:30 a.m. (registration is required).

Sean and Alison Crane will provide the music at the conference, including The Midnight Cry.

The conference costs $70.