tim lahaye

Some obviously disagree with LaHaye's perspectives on these issues, but few can deny his passion for the subject matter. And absolutely no one can ignore the profound impact that the "Left Behind" series has had on end-times theological narratives over the past 15 years.
Tim LaHaye is revered by Christian audiences for his popular novels about the end of times.
"Left Behind" may be the most boring post-apocalyptic movie ever made. Only the irritatingly preachy messages delivered by wooden characters threaten to detract from the glacial speed with which the plot develops.
WASHINGTON -- South Carolina presidential primaries are always interesting, and on Friday, Newt Gingrich's campaign touted
Scribes from Jonathan Edwards to Robert Frost have ruminated about the end of the world, but few have been willing to suggest
Lahaye points out that Camping has been wrong about the date of the end times before, and he goes on to explain: The "Left
American evangelicals, Fox News, and now the Republican Party take their intellectual cues from a roster of remarkably similar populists who head media empires.
And they said things were bad in the 70's. The dirt, the porno shops, the Disco. All that is now a fond memory for many New Yorkers who gamely braved that bit of Hades to attend a real Broadway musical.
LaHaye issued the dire warning in an appearance this week on Mike Huckabee's talk show on Fox News. Evangelical Christian