Walid Shoebat has authored several books on Islamic terrorism and Bible prophecy portraying himself as an expert on these topics. So does his teaching hold up to scrutiny?
John Hagee is the founder of John Hagee Ministries. Hagee jumped on the four blood moons bandwagon in 2012 and 2013 with a book, DVD and even a T-shirt on it.
Mark Biltz is the pastor of El Shaddai Ministries in Tacoma, Washington, a Hebrew Roots congregation. Mark is known for his 2008 theory on the four blood moons or tetrad of 2014-2015 that made a resurgence in 2013. He is also the author of Blood Moons: Decoding the Imminent Heavenly Signs.
Bill Salus is the author of Israelstine and has appeared on WorldNetDaily as a commentator.
Well Jeff J.R. Nyquist is not a Bible teacher, but what he says about Russia is key in order to understand End Times Bible Prophecy.
Michael Rood is the Messianic Jewish / Hebrew Roots Bible teacher and author who popularized the Agricultural Biblical Calendar of the Karaites and the Prophetic Feasts of the LORD. He is also known for the Jonah Code and Chronological Gospels book. If you can handle his controversial “rude” style, you will learn much about the Bible that they do not teach in church.
Ron Wyatt was a nurse anesthesiologist who made amazing claims of having made just about all the major Biblical archeology discoveries one could ask for including Noah’s Ark and the Ark of the Covenant. Is he a liar or an incredibly blessed servant of God?
David Wilkerson is best known as the author of the Cross and the Switchblade and founder of the Times Square Church, but has written other books on Bible prophecy.
Best known for his definitive work, The Antichrist and a Cup of Tea, he offers other prophecy teaching materials such as the Real Rapture.