Michigan televangelist speaks the truth: "storms" off network
Michigan televangelist Jack Van Impe has preached the End Times for decades. Last week, his time ended at the Trinity Broadcast Network because of a dustup over two fellow televangelists.
The Rochester Hills-based host of "Jack Van Impe Presents" left the network because it yanked a show that was supposed to air June 6 that featured criticism of nationally known pastors Rick Warren and Robert H. Schuller.
Van Impe accused the two of trying to combine Christian and Muslim beliefs into a new movement called "Chrislam."
"Wherever Chrislam or its equivalent are promoted, Christians should run for their spiritual lives," Van Impe said in a copy of the show on YouTube.
Van Impe decided last week to end the network affiliation, saying "I will not be silenced. I will not allow anyone to tell me what I can and cannot preach."
Van Impe spokesman Ken Vancil said "we would not be able to minister effectively if we had to look over our shoulder."
We know that following the "gathering up" of the Church, the world will see a false, world-religion for the first half of the Tribulation (before the antichrist forces worship of him, exclusively) and many believe that somehow it will be a blend of pseudo-christianity and Islam. We're already beginning to see such movements - and this is what Mr Van Impe is speaking against.
The video tells the whole story. In this case Mr Van Impe needs to be heard as he is speaking the truth.