US evangelist Franklin Graham thinks the second coming of Jesus Christ could be a social media event captured by millions of mobile phones.
Graham said, "The Bible says that every eye is going to see it" and that Christ will "come on the clouds." The oldest son of preacher Billy Graham told ABC News presenter Christiane Amanpour, host of "This Week," "How is the whole world going to see him at one time? I don't know, unless all of a sudden everybody's taking pictures (with their cell phones) and it's on the media worldwide," he said in the interview to be aired Easter Sunday. (Source)
(ABC News) (3:00 on counter)
It is critical for us to understand that the Pretribulation Rapture was created by Jesuits and passed on by Freemasons. It was deliberately created so we would believe the Scriptures say that Christ will return before Antichrist. Freemasonry, the United Nations, and the Theosophical Society have been working together to usher in the New Age/Masonic Christ - who will fool biblically ignorant Christians and the false religions of the world.
In the interview, Franklin Graham is propagating a lie. He and his father have always held to Pretribulation Rapture eschatology. Others who say the Lord's return will become a media frenzy are Benny Hinn, who has said that Christ will appear on stage with him sometime in the future, and Pat Robertson, who has said his CBN cameras will record the coming of the Lord.
It will become more clear in the coming days that the Christian Gnostics (Benny Hinn and like-minded Charismatics), Dominionists (Rick Joyner, Todd Bentley), and left wing Evangelicals (Rick Warren) will usher in and encourage acceptance the Antichrist.
It should be mentioned here that Franklin does state in his interview that Jesus is the only way, which is unlike his father's universalist beliefs. Since we know that fruit doesn't fall far from the tree, and Franklin is a 33rd Degree Mason, we shouldn't expect anything different from him. Billy had many of us fooled for years! Franklin may be better at covering his flaws a little better than Billy.