PROPHECY Archive

What Is the Significance of the Proto-Evangel (Genesis 3:15)?

Eve was tempted to do the unthinkable—to take the place of God as arbiter of good and evil. Satan tempted, and the woman tasted temptation’s ripened fruit. God authored the potential for evil by providing the woman with choice; the woman actualized evil by exercising that choice. Yet the very passage that references humanity’s fall […]

Types and Shadows

Hank explains what he means when he refers to types and shadows in the Old Testament

Typological Prophecy

Hank answers a question about the Hebrew word “almah” used in Isaiah 7:14, and describes how the virgin birth prophecy was

Jesus: The Superstar of Biblical Prophecy

Hank Hanegraaff discusses his latest booklet, entitled Jesus: The Superstar of Biblical Prophecy. In it, Hank points out how seven

Was Revelation written before or after the destruction of the temple in AD 70?

Just as it is common to describe Patmos as a barren Alcatraz, misidentify the great prostitute as the Roman Catholic Church, or identify the 144,000 as exclusively Jewish male virgins, so too it is common to contend that Revelation was written long after the destruction of the temple in AD 70. Thus, according to modern-day […]

Was Isaiah thinking about Jesus when he prophesied the virgin birth?

Looking back at the Old Testament through the lens of the New, it is easy to assume that Isaiah understood the Messianic meaning of his prophecy. However, those who believe that the Bible is the infallible repository of redemptive revelation must be willing to test all things in light of Scripture and hold fast to […]

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