It really is getting very hard to find good Bible prophecy websites to link with and to put in my website directory. A few of the biggest names in Bible prophecy seem to be getting nutter that a fruit cake. Many other prophecy websites have bought into every conspiracy theory there is and still others have some rather strange unbiblical views. Some say they are “Bible prophecy websites” but there is little on them but news feeds and headlines. Then there are those who provide almost no free information at all. Some Bible Prophecy websites only exist to sell books. I have taken all such website out of my directory.
Any Christian website teaching ministry that charges people to get access to their information is like a church that charges at the door. It is like a missionary who charges poor natives for the Gospel. Call it a business but do not call it a ministry! There really are other ways to get needed funding. Christian websites can advertise and they can ask for donations. Those who use these marketing techniques obviously do not care that the vast majority of people in the world cannot afford to pay their price for the information they provide. I also know of no better way to kill a good website. By the way, if you happen to see a link to one of my articles on a website like this don’t blame me. I am not charging anyone and I have little control over those who link to articles on my website.
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Don Koenig founded www.thepropheticyears.com website in 1999 after almost thirty years of independent study on the Bible and learning from many astute teachers within Christendom. Don created his website to write about Bible prophecy, biblical discernment and his Christian worldviews. Don wrote a free Revelation commentary ebook in 2004 named "The Revelation of Jesus Christ Through The Ages". The World and Church and Bible Prophecy section of this website was started in 2007.