Brent Nagtegaal

Three events this week confirm that Iran leads the biblically prophesied ‘king of the south.’

The Trump administration condemned its predecessor’s weak Mideast policy—while withdrawing troops from Syria. Is this the beginning of the end for American power in the Middle East?

And American-Turkish relations sour.

Lessons for our time from Winston Churchill

As Iran garners more power in Lebanon, it is also becoming more accountable to the Lebanese.

This is the season when journalists in various fields rush to post their recaps of the year’s most important events.

Iran’s war against Israel is heating up rapidly: Iran is moving beyond threats and mobilizing for hostilities.

Breaking with advisers and generals, President Trump decides to pull troops out of Syria. Is this the beginning of the end of American power in the Middle East?

Two deadly attacks in less than a week announce Hamas’s strong presence in the West Bank.

Operation Northern Shield exposes Iran’s ongoing efforts to destroy the Jewish state.

On a day of 400 rockets attacks, I tasted the effects of 15 years of war and the world’s oldest racism.

Based on Bible prophecy, we know that these three conclusions are only temporary.

America’s largest tranche of sanctions on Iran are now in effect. How successful will they be?

Plus, another Iranian assassination plot is foiled in Europe.

Conditions are being set for the fulfillment of a forecast the Trumpet has been making for 20 years.

And United States President Donald Trump tells French President Macron he is willing to be tough on Israel in peace negotiations.

Also, Iran increases the range of its land-to-sea ballistic missiles.

New evidence brings the Bible to life—if only more people knew about it.

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