Bible Prophecy Evangelist to Speak This Saturday

Tim Roosenberg, Bible prophecy evangelist, will speak this Saturday.

Evangelist Tim Roosenberg will present a seminar entitled “Islam and Christianity.”  It will take place on Saturday, Feb. 11 from 3 to 6 p.m. in the Wharton Auditorium.  The seminar is free to the public.

As an evangelist for the Idaho Conference, Roosenberg’s seminars are about Bible prophecy with a focus on the role of Islam, geopolitical movements, and Daniel 11.  His book Islam & Christianity in Bible Prophecy was published by Pacific Press in 2011.

For more than 25 years, Roosenberg has studied Bible prophecy, focusing specifically on Daniel 11 since 2002.

He was also the father of Jennifer Roosenberg, a Southwestern student who died from cancer a few years ago.

From his studies, Roosenberg has come to the conclusion that following interpretation methods of the early church is the most reliable and logical way to understand Bible prophecy.

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