Gaza war proves Christadelphians wrong again about Bible prophecy

Hamas rockets from Gaza
fired at Israel
By John Bedson

Once again world events are showing that supposed Bible prophecy about modern Israel is hopelessly inaccurate and has nothing to do with what is happening in our times.





Ezekiel predicted that the returned Jews would dwell "safely" prior to the Northern invasion of Gog and Magog:

"and you will say, ‘I will go up against the land of unwalled villages. I will go against those who are at rest, that live securely, all of them living without walls and having no bars or gates..." (Ezekiel 38:11)

Israelis run for shelter from Hamas rockets
But the truth is that for over half a century the Jews who resurrected the State of Israel have faced the constant danger of war, attack and invasion from their Arab neighbours.

Even now Hamas rockets rain down on Israel, Iran is preparing nuclear weapons to destroy the Jewish State and IDF soldiers are dying in Gaza and inside Israel as Hamas snatch squads infiltrate to kidnap Israeli soldiers. 

It is time to accept that Bible prophecy about the Jews returning to their homeland is a partial coincidence of history mixed with flat out contradictions where the prophecies are wrong and have no meaning for our times.

Far from proving that Bible prophecy is evidence for the existence of God, the mistaken prophecies by Ezekiel about Tyre, Egypt, Israel and many other failed predictions are evidence that Bible prophets knew nothing about future world events and were as ignorant as clairvoyants, palm readers and the people who write fortune cookies and astrology predictions in our daily newspapers.

Wake up Christadelphians: the 'Signs of the Times' are proving your Bible to be wrong.

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