Revolution: Israel, Islam, & The Gospel at the End of the Age (Teaser Clips #1)

I’m pleased to be able to share a few short teaser clips from some of the interviews that we’ve conducted for our forthcoming film: Revolution: Israel, Islam and the Gospel at the End of the Age. Please continue to pray that all of our financial needs are covered, and we are able to finish the film within our projected deadlines. I also want to express my deepest and most heartfelt gratitude to those who have already donated toward the completion of the film. If you would like to give toward the completion of the project, there are presently two ways to do so:

To send a tax-deductable donation by check, make it out to “I2 Ministries” write nothing in the memo line and send to:

Joel Richardson
PO Box 776 Grandview MO 64030

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Thank you again for your prayers and support! I look forward to sharing more details and updates in the days ahead. Blessings!

Rabbi Yehuda Glick Teaser Clip from Joel Richardson on Vimeo.

Walter C. Kaiser Jr. Teaser Clip from Joel Richardson on Vimeo.

Mike Bickle Teaser from Joel Richardson on Vimeo.

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    Posted at 04:26h, 31 July

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  • O. A. Fish
    Posted at 19:39h, 01 August

    For some reason the Mike Bickle clip won’t load on my computer.

  • O. A. Fish
    Posted at 03:51h, 02 August

    Joel, if you’re not acquainted with Maoz-Isreal located in Tel Aviv, I suggest you visit their web site
    and read their latest newsletter. It has a good article on reaching Muslims in the West Bank and Gaza Strip. There is also a good article on what is happening in Egypt. I’ve been following their ministry for years, and get a lot of good up-to-date information on what God is doing in Isreal and the Middle East.

  • David W. Lincoln
    Posted at 17:11h, 03 August

    First of all, saying that amillenialism is anti-Semitic is wrong.

    Surely, by now, Acts 14:6-17 shows that when people affirm that God is God, God is well pleased.

    As for Kaiser, and his quips about the covenant between God & Avram, why then is circumcision so necessary to Dewishness? Could it be that Avram was speaking for his descendants, whether of the flesh, or of the spirit, and that each of us have responsibilities to fulfill.

  • Joel
    Posted at 19:37h, 03 August

    For clarity, Bickle did not say simply that amillennialism is anti-Semitic, he said that many amillennialists end up espousing anti-Semitic or anti-Zionist sentiments. Which is entirely true.

    Kaiser’s comments are regarding the simple fact that when God makes promises, which he did, He keeps them. Supercessionism, as opposed to the Biblical perspective (cf. Romans 11), which could be called Olive Tree theology, holds that God has essentially changed his plans. Olive Tree theology, or a theology of ingrafting holds that God is faithful to His promises.

    It is essential to get these issues down correctly, lest we fall into the precise sin of arrogance or boasting against the natural branches that the Lord through Paul warned us not to fall into.

    I understand that Eastern Orthodoxy tends toward amill. Though this certainly would not be part of their dogma, it is the majority view down through much of history and certainly today it is almost treated as if it is orthodox dogma. But if we look at the expressed views of the earliest ante-Nicean fathers, they were all Premillennialists. This is because Premillennialism is true orthodoxy and is the only view which aligns with the Scriptures. I am absolutely firmly and utterly convinced of this. Again, for clarity, it is not an issue of heresy by any means. BUt I think we would do well to take the Lord’s warning very seriously on this issue lest we risk, as He says, being stripped off the tree ourselves. Thats pretty serious stuff.

  • jean dean
    Posted at 05:33h, 11 August

    Joel, each one of the “teasers” do a great job in getting one excited and desiring to see and hear more! You have done an excellent job. It is clear to see that you have poured your heart and soul into this project. I am praying that each and every single person who views the “finished” product has a genuine experience in discovering just Who are Savior is, and what He is all about. May many come to a “saving” realization of just how much He loves us!

    Blessings to you, and keep on shining His Light brightly, for He has given you MUCH!


  • Aaron
    Posted at 20:08h, 11 August

    Is Rabbi Glick in favor of a peace solution that would allow multiple religions to use the temple mound? I don’t know know anything about Rabbi Glick and want to make sure I’m not taking something he’s saying out of context. It seems like a peace agreement in Jerusalem will bring about a one world religion, which won’t be Christian/Jesus friendly. The house of prayer for all nations that he referenced; is that house of prayer so that people can all worship god in their own way, regardless of religious belief, or is it a house of prayer for all nations to come and pray to the One True God of the bible?

  • Joel
    Posted at 23:19h, 11 August


    Glick uses the term “House of Prayer for all Nations” to refer to the future Temple. He means that it is for both Jew and any gentiles who worship the One true God of the Bible. That said, he would include the God of Muslims and Christians in that group. Muslims more so actually because most religious Jews see the worship of Islam as more acceptable than the worship of Christians, who though they are monotheists, identify God through a trinitarian formula. Basically the acknowledgment that God is one and the creator of all things is the minimal common denominator and requisite. His vision is somewhat of a monotheist kumbaya.

  • Joel
    Posted at 23:21h, 11 August

    Thanks Jean! Blessings.

  • Aaron
    Posted at 01:33h, 12 August

    Thank you for the reply, Joel!

    It did sound a little bit like “a place where we can all just get along”, which sounds dangerous – like something that could be co-opted by the antichrist for a one-world religion. I don’t think a third temple will lead to anything good. I’m new to your blog, so I’d be curious to know what you think about it.

    I watched your interview with Sid Roth on YouTube today and then found your blog. Fascinating times we’re living in. I agree with you that the church must wake up. The times we’re living in are troublesome and cause to reevaluate who it is we’re actually living for: for the God and father of our Lord Jesus Christ, or for ourselves.

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