Who is Chuck Missler?
you know all the people i hear criticizing chuck missler not a one give a scriptural basis for any exception they may have. sometimes i believe its sheer envy.to be quite honest most christians dont even know what dispensation were in.i have read chuck missler and i see nothing offensive that he has said,its all based on scripture.so whats the beef?
---edward_ryder on 1/27/13|
This blog lacks substance, any chance you could do something solid and understandable? Informative if you will.
Thanks and God bless, art hatch
---art_hatch on 1/5/13|
He is briliant and i thank God for him,the only way to know a false teacher is to know scripture and he always encourages you to not take his word for it and get to know Gods word for your self
I love him absolutley brilliant.
---michael on 1/15/12|
my sincerest apologies, Rick,
the ellipses replaced "he is a"
i see now that that was problematic. you might find me making mistakes, but you will not see me calling others names.
Chuck Missler is a Christian Zionist by his teachings.
---aka on 9/12/11|
AKA: Are you describing them as Christian Zionist? or me, because I am not!
The blood lines have been so mingled through time that it's virtually impossible to tell who is who .... but I will say this .. if there is a pure Israelite bloodline then God knows who they are.
And I might say there must be because God refers to the 12 Tribes regarding the New Jerusalem in Revelation 21:12 And had a wall great and high, and had twelve gates, and at the gates twelve angels, and names written thereon, which are the names of the twelve tribes of the children of Israel:
---Rick on 9/11/11|
Hal Lindsey and Chuck Missler and Bill Cloud on TBN on 8-21-2008
need i say more?
---aka on 9/11/11|
IMHO: The account of the Exodus from Egypt is a picture of our salvation. All the while the Children of Israel/Jacob were in Egypt God protected them from every plague He sent on Egypt. They were not delivered before the plagues struck. They even survived the death angel by putting the "lambs blood" on the doorposts and lintels and their very lives were saved.
God will protect His own during this 7 year tribulation period in the same way. I believe that if we are alive at this time, we will go through the tribulation period before Jesus comes again. Our only means of salvation is to have "the Blood of the Lamb of God" applied to the doorposts of our hearts.
Thanks you, Rick
---Rick on 9/10/11|
I only discovered Chuck Missler about a year or so ago, and I agree 100% with you. He is the most intelligent person I ever heard explain the scriptures. He ties them together so uniquely. Praise God for him and his ministry. Thank you, Jesus. The next person that has this ability is John McArthur.
---Granny_for_Jesus on 8/15/11|
The Word of God in Wisdom was Living and Active rejoicing with Him in the beginning in HIS Wonderous Works in The Kingdom of God of Light Coming down among peoples, nations, and languages.
example of dispensations are found in the Prophet for He raises up rulers and empires and makes His servants to be flames of firey stones in the times and seasons.
Noah 7026 + ~7000 + 2014 = ~16,040 years Ezekiel 4 Heads and 4 Zooa = 4+4 = 8
and 4 x 4 = 16.
Day for Millenium, The First Day, Let there Be Light and He saw that it was pearls knowing the end from the beginning and He hid it, but revealed to His children.
---johannesq_davidsows on 5/11/11|
Chuck Missler is the most intelligent Bible scholar I've ever heard or read.
---Ken_Potter on 5/9/11|
In C. Missler's defense, he repeatedly encourages the listeners to not take his word for it, but to read it for yourself. And therein lies one of the biggest issues the church faces. Too many of us (I include myself) take it on face value that the preacher/teacher/speaker/author "knows what he's talking about". And we don't go to the word ourselves, humbly, not to "prove a point", and ask God to search my heart and prepare me to receive the truth. As I grow older I realize the importance of doing just that. Let God determine what is important for me to know, and trust Him for today. After all, I am but dust and can be gone tomorrow. Where in that scenario is the importance of end times prophecy?
---SPJM on 4/10/11|
Escatology is an interesting topic for discussion. And it rquires some study of Scripture to develop one's view.
But being "right" is not something on which our salvation depends...in fact,
we will not know which view is correct, or closer to being correct, until time unfolds. There is no need to brand anyobe a "heretic".
---Donna66 on 2/3/11|
Continue preaching the word of GOD and let those who doubt burn in hell's fire.Your crown awaits you in Heaven.
---james on 2/3/11|
Wow ok mark of the beast....
Thats taking things a little too far.
Yes if you listen to a man who teaches that Jesus Christ is God in the flesh and died for our sins and was resurrected you will take the mark of the beast?
Theres comes a time when prejudice makes a person say foolish things and you have reached that point.
---CraigA on 1/2/11|
Chuck Missler is a false teacher. His dispensationalist views are heretical. I have heard him speak at length on a few subjects like the daniels 70th week, Israel etc and i can honestly say that if you follow this man you will end up with the mark of the beast.
---Mike on 1/2/11|
I can't help thinking that all this discussion about pre-, mid-, or post- trib rapture is rather far from the central issues of our faith.
Does our salvation depend on when the rapture will be?
We are told we should not try to work out when Jesus will return.
Should the preaching not be about the need to repent and trust Jesus, and how to live our lives for Him and for our neighbours?
We need to live our lives always, as if it will end now.
---alan8566_of_uk on 12/26/10|
I read most of these opinions and was slightly disheartened by the overall feeling that it left me until I came to this reply. My opinions have not been solidified on post or pre trib and just imagine if I heard people calling me a heretic it would crush me, well hurt my feelings at the very least. I have listened to him as of recently and I personally weigh things according to scripture, should we not all do this and of course should we not evaluate it in the context in which it is given. Evaluate it for what it is worth not, not for what we wish to hear. Anyways I am digressing, thank you Michael for taking the time to write profound words of thought and kindness.
---Anklestonemcgraw on 12/26/10|
He is NOT a false prophet. Chuck Missler always say "don't believe anything I say until you have checked it with the bible" Acts 17:11. with thus been said, do I accept everything he says? NO! But i think his line by line expository studies of the bible are beneficial (just like any other commentary out there).
---Rev_Pascah on 12/1/10|
Re Missler, Google "Chuck Missler - Copyist" for a real eyeful on him! Jon
---Jon on 11/9/10|
after the end-times comes the end...there is no reason to endure difficult times...unless you want to stick around to see the fulfilment of Zech.14 vs12....the tribulation is the time of Jacobs sorrow and final deliverance and restoration,it is also a final witness to the nations,but God does not need to put the church whom He loves through the bitter winepress!!!!
---richard on 11/2/10|
the reason chuck missler is called a false teacher is because he is teaching pre-tribulation rapture. the church WILL NOT be raptured before the tribulation. this is a dangerous teaching because the church will not be prepared to endure the difficult end times if they believe this false teaching.
---mary on 10/28/10|
To e-mail Chuck Missler or Kionoia house, is one in a million. So let me say here that, the suggestions were planted so as to shake the faith of believers, (mostly people who are not adept students of the bible, but lovers of Christ Jesus.)
To confuse them is deplorable.
To write a thesis, for that's all it is- or have a seminar- putting these "little ones' on trial for their faith,which is what you do when you say "show me where in the bible it says Jesus is in your heart".
They know it's there! But not where! And it's in parables! As our Lord taught to be "understood" which is the "meat" needed. You want to create doubt so you can sell salvation.
---Sue_Frawley on 10/8/10|
I just check Chuck Missle on Ministry from a Transparency funds accountability rating he gets a B.
He my have some doctrinal issues with some but at least he is not a crook.
There is a comprehensive analysis on his ministry on Ministry Watch. we can put links to it on ChristiaNet, but if you find Ministry Watch and click on Find a Ministry and enter Chuck Missler you will get the analysis page of the ministry. and then you ace red the analysis and and what people say about the ministry.
---Friendly_Blogger on 8/14/10|
Pertaining to the word "Rapture"/caught up.
I Thess. 4:17 then we which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air, and so shall we ever be with the Lord. Luke 17:35 two women will be grinding grain together, one will be taken, and the other left. Matthew 24:40 then shall two be in the field, the one shall be taken, and the other left.I Cor. 15:52 in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye,
---sue on 8/13/10|
I thought his Youtube series on the Nephalim was rather interesting...
Lots disagree with that account of Genesis 6 though.
Ive always thought that these "alien" sightings were demonic in nature.
---JackB on 7/22/10|
Chuck Missler has done more research on these topics than many of us will ever have time to consider. This man loves God and has done more for the kingdom of Christ than many of us could even hope to. Throughout each of his books he explicitly states the importance of a personal relationship with Christ. His books have led many atheists to Christ. The fact that demons and "aliens" are one in the same should have been publicly addressed long ago. Look at the confusion around you. What have our conversations done to strengthen the army of God? Chuck Missler says,"don't be decieved", "put on the full armor of God"-it's about time someone spoke the truth in love.
---Pat on 7/18/10|
Hi there, I regularly listen to Chuck Missler. He reads the Bible, explains what it says and the various view points and presents his own view backed up by scripture. This is about as honest an approach as a Bible teacher can take. Right or wrong at least you know how he reached his view, and he does quote Acts 17:11 a lot. One thing to consider, is how we treat others we disagree with. Not all are heretics. After I became a Christian it was a number of years before I even knew was post or pre tribulation meant, let alone had a view of which was correct. May our learning of doctrine and theology bring us closer to God is worship, not more lofty in our view of ourselves and derisive in our view of others. That said, hold fast to the truth.
---Michael on 4/2/10|
To all atheists.Hope you got a back up plan as chuck says
---Steve on 3/31/10|
much thanks to Chuck Missler for this pearl of wisdom. the one who prefigures the rapture is actually Noah's great grandfather Enoch. He's the one who "walked with God and then was no more because God took him". Noah actually prefigures the portion of the church who will come to faith after the rapture and be preserved through the tribulation. and also, Christ states that no one knows when the rapture et al will take place.
---jay on 3/2/10|
He may teach things from the O-Testament that relates to the N-Testament which Is Good.
Most will teach Man-made salvation ideas because of here 2nd. Cor,11 v's 14-15, once saved always saved, no works salvation, the sinners prayer etc just to get your money. These men dont care for peoples souls.
---Lawrence on 2/12/10|
Pretrib Rapture Trivia
Who's the "Protector of the Principality of Pretribulatia"?
Edward Irving? John Darby? C. I. Scofield? Tim LaHaye? Someone else?
Media figure Joe Ortiz knows the answer. It's in his "End Times Passover" blog. The one dated Dec. 29, 2009.
If you're Calvinist, you're predestined to see his blog. If you're Arminian, you can choose to see it.
It will be too late to find out the answer to the above trivia question if the rapture happens!
---Jon on 2/10/10|
Chuck Missler is a very smart individual. He usually thinks and talks over most peoples heads, including mine. The Bible doesn't really talk of the rapture. Read Matt. 13:24,30 then 36, 43. Like in the days of Noah. He wasn't taken from here, the evil ones were. It'll be that way till the end of the tribulation. The evil ones will be thrown in the fire and christians will be kept here with the Lord.Matt. 24:37,39. 40-42 says one will be taken and the other left. most people have that backwords. The evil ones will be taken and thrown in the fire not those of us in Christ.
---rex on 1/30/10|
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This man is a false teacher, he promotes a false gosple. And is blind as a bat. He even speak against the rapture of the bride
of Christ. Which the bible speaks of in detail. And also is spoke of by Christ.
And in revelation. You should hear him LOL.
---Joe_Andrews on 1/30/10|
Chuck Missler is a respected lay bible expositor who specializes in in-depth study, with focus on biblical prophecy. Note: Chuck has never presented himself as an evangelist or pastor.
He is a graduate of the US Naval Academy and Navy veteran. He entered the civilian business world and made a name in Southern California tech industry.
For over 20 years, he donated his personal time as a bible study leader in homes and college campuses in that area, eventually becoming a popular regular teacher at Calvary Chapel of Costa Mesa, under the pastoral guidance of Chuck Smith. During this time thousands upon thousands of his study lectures were distributed on audio cassette through Firefighters for Christ.
---Chaad on 6/19/09|
Bruce, I agree with you ...doesn't help when I was too lazy to apply scripture within 125 word post either ...will clarify later with scripture
---Rhonda on 5/4/09|
It could very well be that it's just too early in the morning for me: but I can't make heads or tales of the correlation between what you've written and what you actually mean.
Could you elaborate so I (perhaps others) can grasp the message you're attempting to impart to Wyndell?
Are you saying there is or is not a rapture?
Are you saying the Greek word "harpazo" is not used in the Bible?
Are you saying that Christ is dumb-as-dirt or is He just ignorant of the timing?
Though your "remnant" explanation is relatively accurate (in that context), I'm confused on the rest of it, Rhonda. I can imagine Wyndell might be, too.
---BruceB on 5/3/09|
I am sorry, but!
I will never criticize a person who "may be" a vessel that God is speaking through.
A BIG WOW!
It must be said!
And I like the man!
---TheSeg on 5/2/09|
"Remnant" that is left behind. To be left behind means someone had to leave first doesn't it
they are left behind? where does it say they are left behind you have IMPLIED this
rapture isn't in Gods Holy Word either BTW
interesting how antichrist rapture theory IMPLIES MANY idea's yet DISMISSES Christs WARNING that tells Christians to WATCH and pray
there would be no warning by Christ stating to be "watching" if Christ is going to snatch you away ...would seem Christ didn't know what he was talking about per misguided "rapture" theorists
---Rhonda on 5/2/09|
*Why attack him for having an opinion other than what we were taught in Sunday School. I will never criticize a person who "may be" a vessel that God is speaking through.*
There's a difference between attacking Chuck and attacking his teachings. I don't read 'Chuck Missler's a no-good, blah, blah, blah?' anywhere.
Homeland Security's theory is someone who believes in the "second coming" could be a terrorist. What if one disagrees with that "theory"--is one attacking the US? (Napolitano could be tellin' the truth: or not. You decide.)
BTW: If one believes what was taught in Sunday school... I suspect it's high-time one starts readin' the Bible.
---BruceB on 5/2/09|
Why would you not believe in the rapture of the church, when the Bible clearly states that his followers will be spared from the wrath and judgment of the tribulation.
And if there is no Rapture then why is there a mention of of a "Remnant" that is left behind. To be left behind means someone had to leave first doesn't it.
"Chuck Missler starts off most of his teaching sessions by proclaiming Acts 17:11." He usually closes with "Don't believe what I am saying, study it yourself".
Why attack him for having an opinion other than what we were taught in Sunday School.
I will never criticize a person who "may be" a vessel that God is speaking through.
---Wyndell on 4/27/09|
I'm glad to hear you gotcha some sorta insight into scripture. Could ya do us poor flounderin' imbiciles a favor, though, and point those "facts" of yours out with some Bible references: you know, so we can learn, too?
Feel free to use any version you want. We ain't that picky 'round here. In fact, since you ain't too hot on the value of Bibles, you can use any other book you want--long as it wasn't written by Hitler: know what I mean? Yeah: I think you know exactly what I mean... just like I know exactly what you mean.
BTW: Kinda late to the party, ain't ya? LOL
BTW #2: There is only one Book of God - the true God, that is.
BTW #3: Great MOD work around here.
---BruceB on 4/18/09|
In responce to Laurie and BruceB comments. 1st regarding the Jews as special. Tell me where are these Jews, after all they fled/dispersed into Europe & changed their names. Their bloodline isn't pure. Lots of Jews are converts? Who are these special people? The answer is nobody can trace their bloodline back that far. Nobody can prove who the Jews were.
Then there's this Tribulation business. Get real. Your talking about what jesus will and won't allow to the church. Whoa! Look around you the church is a mess.
"We're not told alot about how our bodies become immortal...." There are lots of text available on that subject. The problem is you'll never read it because you believe there is only one book of god.
---dave on 4/17/09|
It's clear that we live in a world where many people judge others while not knowing all the facts. Chuck Missler starts off most of his teaching sessions by proclaiming Acts 17:11. If you stay in the word and are saved, you will have no problems discerning fact from fiction. That's the funny thing about the bible. The more you grow in Christ, the more the Spirit reveals to you. If you are still in the milk of the word, then the Holy Spirit will not give you a piece of meat to choke on. Now is the time for
"Christians" to worry about one mans credentials, Jesus'. Do you not see time is short? Believers in Christ should press on until he comes. Feed the lambs and the sheep. God bless you and tell someone about Jesus.
---Keen on 3/14/09|
Ya know, Chuck has this idea that just as in the days of Noah, and Lot, that the "aliens" are gonna be workin' to do in those pseudo-Christians who got left here. You know, the "unrepentant" ones.
I guess it's so much easier to "sell" the idea no Christians are gonna be around to get "alienated" than to simply tell them the truth, which is that 'as in the days of Noah and Lot' mean exactly what they say: "They did eat, they drank, they married wives, they were given in marriage, until the day that Noe entered into the ark, and the flood came, and destroyed them all."
Humans are more than capable of evil - without demons or "aliens" to fill any gaps.
---BruceB on 3/10/09|
I too believe the church WILL go through the tribulation and not be zapped off beforehand! When Jesus returns, every eye will see him - and he isn't going to have a practise run on the side!
As a teacher and student of theology I am disturbed by the way Chuck presents his beliefs as indisputable facts.
Let's be like the Bereans and study the Bible for ourselves. The Holy Spirit is only too eager to inspire us if we keep an open mind.
Perhaps I'm different from most, but I prefer to think things through for myself, allowing God's Word and the Holy Spirit to guide me.
So bless you, Chuck! None of us is perfect - we're all still learning - and so are you!
---Ann_Johnstone on 3/10/09|
It's not my job to change your mind, nor yours to change mine. God can change whoever's mind needs changing.
Ready for the Tribulation, well, those are brave words, but... Peter thought he could stand up to anything, too.
My point about the Jews being special was if God decides Jews, Christians, or individuals, are special, who are we to decide they're not? That's a poor argument against the Rapture, as is the idea that Satan wants people to believe this.
Most who hold to the Pre-T view believe that to be left behind means their repentance wasn't genuine, not that the Bible lied. So their repentance would probably get genuine pretty doggone quick.
---Laurie on 3/9/09|
Why is it every interchange with you leaves me wondering what you actually read of my words?
There's no point in arguing. You are NOT going to hear what I'm saying, and that's OK - and I surely will not reverse my reading of the word.
I hope, for your sake, that things turn out to be in your camp. And, if I get to go early, you'll be correct, and I'm not going to complain. But, if you're wrong... I'm prepared for it.
BTW: If your last comment is to imply that somehow I am Anti-Semitic, it's a poor attempt. I never said Jews weren't God's chosen people or weren't special - I asked why you think "Christians" are. (that's rhetorical)
---BruceB on 3/9/09|
I've never heard of him but will look him up. Just wanted to say that one thing that even false teachers do for me is cause me to "study to show" myself "approved" and to sort out/confirm my own beliefs as they form from the Word of God (Bible). I will spend some time researching this man since he is brought up here. I am sure I will gain from it because God's Word never returns null and void. Teaching carries a high price. Much is required of one like this man.
---jody on 3/7/09|
Why are the JEWS God's chosen people, what makes THEM so special? If God says they're special to Him, we just have to accept that. It's not because they're better than anyone else, and it doesn't mean He doesn't love the rest of us.
Out of 12 disciples, 3 had a closer relationship with Jesus. King David was called a man after God's own heart.
When those left behind see destruction, they will be forced to cry out to God. Rev. says a multitude will lose their lives for their faith (see Rev. 7:9-17). Only the 144,000 Jews will be protected during this time (see Rev. 7:3-8). As I said, the Tribulation deals specifically with the Jews and unbelievers, a multitude of whom repent.
---Laurie on 3/6/09|
In Revelation chapter 5 a scroll is given to Jesus and He begins to break the seals. The ensuing destruction causes a multitude to repent, and these Tribulation saints are martyred for their faith.
Paul tells us that before the Tribulation begins the Church is raptured, which explains why these saints don't go straight to heaven. Whereas Christians were His witnesses during the Church age, now the 144,000 Jews are given this work. This is an amazing thing, because the Jews didn't do a great job the first time and rejected their Messiah.
What surprises me is how people have been convinced this is an evil end time view. That is a gross over-statement.
---Laurie on 3/6/09|
John said "It was granted to him to make war with the saints and to overcome them."
Jesus said "... on this rock I will build My church, and the gates of Hades shall not prevail against it."
I don't believe Jesus lied, the difference between Tribulation saints and Church saints is that during the Church age, Christians put their faith in Jesus without seeing any proof and the Tribulation saints don't come to faith until they see the destructive end time events.
OT saints did not receive the Holy Spirit and went to Abrahams Bosom until after Jesus' sacrifice. The Tribulation saints will not receive the Holy Spirit either and after being martyred will have to wait (see Rev. 6:9-11).
---Laurie on 3/6/09|
"Satan is given permission to overcome the saints..."
Physically - not spiritually! The war against the saints is a literal, physical war.
Did Satan not kill the Apostles ond other early-church members? Hasn't he had many Christians killed? Why would you think the later-church would be immune from similar efforts of his? Why would you think the end-time saints are something special compared to all other Christians? And how are there going to be "new" Christians in the end, if the Holy Spirit is gone?
What will "Christians" think when they find out that Jesus "lied" (He didn't) about what would happen to the Church? Many will lose faith. Satan's counting on it.
---BruceB on 3/6/09|
Let me start by saying I've read the Bible too, several times.
The Pre-T Rapture is simply a matter of God's Timing and Plan.
The Tribulation will be a time unlike any other in human history. The clock starts ticking on the seventh week predicted by Daniel, Satan is given permission to overcome the saints (which Jesus promised would NOT happen to the Church), and God will bring His Wrath against unbelievers.
The Tribulation deals specifically with God's unfinished business with the Jews, and unbelievers. This is why it makes sense that God would remove His Church before it begins.
We're not told alot about how our bodies become immortal, but I'm pretty sure it's better than science fiction.
---Laurie on 3/5/09|
Of course, there's a rapture. It just doesn't happen before the Tribulation.
All those accounts you cite are absolutely true. The only thing is... they were NOT taken to heaven in their "natural bodies". They were (and are to be) "translated", which is the same thing which will happen at the "rapture".
"Beaming up" is what I, personally, refer to as that science fiction fable that God is going to take His "live" (and dead) human church out of here (they are so much more "worthy" than their dead ancestors were?) BEFORE they are subjected to the Anti-Christ.
They will not be subjected to the Wrath of GOD (which is not Satan's wrath, BTW.)
---BruceB on 3/4/09|
I keep hearing the Rapture being referred to as being "beamed up". The Bible speaks of several men who were/will be taken up to heaven alive, in the flesh, Enoch, Elijah, Jesus, the Two Witnesses in Rev. Are these accounts straight out of science fiction?
If anyone can explain why we shouldn't take these accounts seriously I'd like to hear it, otherwise there's no reason I can think of not to believe that when Paul said "Then we who are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air. And thus we shall always be with the Lord", he meant exactly that.
---Laurie on 3/4/09|
I notice the naysayers here seem to have the "I'm against anyone who writes books and has the audacity to expect people to pay for them" mentality. They need to wake up and smell the coffee.
Even those who don't charge are getting the money to support their ministries from somewhere, it's not coming out of their own pockets. Some ministries offer books and materials at no charge, but someone had to pay for them.
Does God only call upon rich people to write books? Does He expect people to bear the cost of time spent writing, studying and researching, getting the book published, distribution, shipping, etc., with no reimbursement?
Do you get all your books for free? No? Then be reasonable.
---Laurie on 3/4/09|
I'm pretty sure Chuck Missler believes, and I know he teaches, that all "Christians" will get "beamed up" before the "7-year" Tribulation.
In light of that, I question everything other thing he says, even though he uses scripture as his base.
As to making a living: who here believes it is a sin to make a living, even using the written Word? I think he's wrong in his teachings. That doesn't mean he's a thief. Besides, the Holy Spirit will deal with him as He sees fit: not as we see fit.
---BruceB on 3/3/09|
I think if one is to determine whether or not someone is a false teacher, they should compare what he says to what the Word tells them. And honestly, I have not found a teacher who teaches more directly from the Word than Chuck!
---Michael on 3/3/09|
I have heard everything he has to say. I have studied everything he has to say, like a Berean. He is solid in my book. Men with knowledge earn it, therefore have the right to sell it. Those to who refuse to learn themselves or study like a Berean will never understand that. They will forever complain about who is making money or books, we will forever be in prayer for all!
---Rod on 5/20/08|
First of all, I know Chuck and Nancy personally, and they deffinately do not use their ministries for financial gain. Chuck has one of the most brilliant minds on planet earth, keep an eye on up and coming UN meetings. Regarding his understanding of the Bible, he'll start a conference with a statement like "don't believe anything I say, look it up in the Bible like the Bereans" Regarding promoting biblical teachings, Chuck's primary products are expositional studies and study guides.
---James on 4/30/08|
He is a crook i dont belive he is a christian more a wolf in sheeps clothing he may know his bible but uses his knowledge for personal financial gain
---niki on 4/23/08|
I think Chuck Missler is right on target! He teachs with an extremely left-brain perspective while thinking outside the box.
---Loretta on 11/14/07|
I think Chuck Missler is right on target! He teachs with an extremely left-brain perspective while thinking outside the box.
---Loretta on 11/14/07|
Hello, I uderstand your skeptical in regards to Chuck Misslers teachings. I study the Word of God all day long and I can assure you that no heresy comes from Chuck Missler. He one of the few left that actually sticks to teaching what the Bible says. I have so much material on him and I haven't hear ANYTHING heretical in regards to doctrine or periferal issues. He is worth checking out. No false prophets here.
---Michael_Lofton on 4/20/07|
DearShirl&"The Seeker"-I value&believe in ChuckMissler's teachings.His site is found by 'Googling' "Koinonia House"He has archives of spoken radioprograms -"66/40"- aswellas lotsoftext to read. He himself-like the Biblical Bereans - says *NOT* to believe him, but to read scripture for yourself to see if he is true.He also usually highlights points where you may disagree.His ministry certainly *DOES* promote Biblical teachings! *Checkhimout*!God bless you all! - Bruce Noel G.
---bruce4648 on 11/22/06|
I am interested in Chuck Missler total education. Does anyone know? Thank you.
---shirl_hatch on 11/22/06|
Chuck Missler's goal is to create and distribute reading and listening materials that inspire and encourage people to passionately study the Bible on their own. He believes that the Bible itself is the inspired Word of God. He believes that Jesus Christ was God Himself in the flesh. And he believes that Christ died AND WAS RAISED FROM THE DEAD to pay the penalty of our sins.
---Joshua_P._Allem on 7/31/06|
Chuck Missler ROCKS! He inspires enthusiasm and a desire to learn MORE about the Bible. It is up to each person to do their OWN Biblical research, but it is heartening to listen to someone with so much excitement about the word of God. He has inspired me to begin writing the Bible in my own handwriting. I hope to hear him speak in person one day.
---Melanie on 7/22/06|
I hadn't heard of the man but now, after reading all the posts here, I'm curious.
---daphn8897 on 2/23/06|
Chuck Missler is a kook who turns out books faster than Tim LaHaye. His perceptions of the end times and other global politcal and social things is suspect at best.
Sadly, most who will read his stuff, do not bother to do some reading of their own.
Just because you may have a good bio, does not mean you know your Bible well.
Missler abuses the trust that Christians simplisticly place on too many of their leaders. Always follow the money and ask why.
---Lee on 2/23/06|
Chuck Missler? The best bible teacher I have heard. I cannot understand why anyone should imply that he is some kind of false teacher. I would respectfully ask you to actually listen to his teaching before criticising. He preaches the gospel without pulling punches,has a deep grasp of scripture believing every word is inspired and continually finds Jesus on every page. He would never set himself up as infallible - he always asks listeners to be as the Bereans.
---Nigel on 12/12/05|
Guiyava, have you bothered to look Chuck Missler up on the Net? He makes interesting reading, if uncomfortable, if you want a nice quiet life. His commentaries on the world and American news make very interesting reading.
---mike6553 on 12/6/05|
There are many new ministries coming up.. Many persons Scientist, athletes, movie stars, singers , celebrities are coming to Christ. We live in the end times and they will be many more. But let us Remember 1 john 4 :1. Beloved, believe not every spirit ,but try the spirits whether they are of God, because many false prophets are into the world.
---guyiyae4898 on 12/5/05|
Chuck Missler is a preacher and teacher on ed time prophecy, amongst other things. He runs a government watch site called Koinonia House, and publishes an ezine every week. Used to be a rocket scientist, army or Nasa I don't remember, found Christ and went into the ministry.
---mike6553 on 12/5/05|
I noticed nobody has commented on Chuck Missler. Does anybody know anything about Chuck Missler's ministry?
---Jimbo on 12/1/05|