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Billy HallowellOct 17, 2021 12:00:00 AM3 min read

Is This God's Super Sign of the End Times? Author Reveals His Take

Author Jeff Kinley believes the Bible lays out some fascinating circumstances that will unfold as humanity marches toward the biblical "end times."

But there's one sign, in particular, that Jeff Kinley, author of the new book, "Interview With the Antichrist," believes has already unfolded: the re-emergence of Israel.


He explained the development while telling "The Pure Flix Podcast" why he is so intrigued by eschatology (i.e. the study of the end times).

"Part of it is ... the sense of knowing that we are living in the last days, with Israel being reborn as a nation — that's really God's super sign," he said. "There's so many things that are happening almost daily around the world that it's almost like you ... have to be living under a rock not to notice it."

Listen to Jeff Kinley break down the ins and outs of end-times theology:

Jeff Kinley also addressed many of the social and political unrests unfolding across the globe, noting that many "people feel like the world's in peril."

Despite these feelings, end times theology is sometimes overlooked, ignored or downplayed even within Christian circles.

"We know that Jesus is coming back but no one is talking about what happens in between," he said. "God actually tells us what's going to happen and He tells us how to prepare for it."


But Jeff Kinley was pointed in his warning that Christians must be cautious when it comes to end-times theology, declining to make specific predictions, especially when it comes to timetables as the Bible notably tells Christians to avoid date-setting.

"We need to be reasoned, we need to be seasoned, we need to be biblical," Kinley said, urging people not to "make crazy claims."

The popular author also discussed the rapture — the biblical belief that Christians will be taken up to heaven and spared from the majority of end-times events.

The rapture typically sparks debate, as not everyone believes the rapture is seen in scripture. Kinley, who believes the rapture is indeed a biblical construct, said that the issue isn't a matter of salvation.

"It's not a salvation issue," the author said. "But it is an important issue."

Toward the end of the interview, Jeff Kinley discussed the secular cultural changes that are afoot, and encouraged Christians to take a cue from the early Christian church. While the church was a small and unpopular cohort, the message grew and resonated.

"Go out there and be the light of Jesus Christ to the world," Jeff Kinley said.

Bonus: End Times TV shows & Movies to watch now

“The Dark: Great Deceiver”

A small band of believers are entering the seventh year of the tribulation. The United States has become a wasteland that is barely survivable. Pastor Peter Braxton is charged with leading his church during these times finding refuge in a small church. Will they and their faith be able to survive "The Dark"? Watch this and more end times movies by starting your free trial to Pure Flix.

“The Coming Convergence”

Through newly exposed geological and statistical evidence, a convergence of events has now been discovered that many believe finally prove the Tribulation is about to begin. As the world wages war, a young girl (Erin Hawkins) is living through the final days of earth, as we follow her through this story of the approaching apocalypse. Watch "The Coming Convergence" with a free trial to Pure Flix now.

If you're looking to understand the end times, consider downloading our theology guide, which explains the ins and outs of what the Bible says about the end of days. And if you're looking for movies that explores these themes, consider our end times movie guide.


Billy Hallowell

Billy Hallowell has been working in journalism and media for more than a decade. His writings have appeared in Deseret News, TheBlaze, Human Events, Mediaite and on, among other outlets. Hallowell has a B.A. in journalism and broadcasting from the College of Mount Saint Vincent in Riverdale, New York and an M.S. in social research from Hunter College in Manhattan, New York.