Redskynews.com was set up in 2008 to bring to the world a message from God about a runaway greenhouse effect in the book of Revelation which will kill two billion people worldwide.
For 2,000 years the events described in the book of Revelation have defied explanation until now. They consist of 14 catastrophic climate events called Trumpets and Bowls, which take place over a period of seven years and begin around March time in 2017.
The seventh event takes place after three and a half years sometime around September 18th – 20th 2020 which coincides with the Feast Of Trumpets in the Hebrew calendar.
Redskynews first began as www.redsky.uk.net in 2005 when God first started to reveal what the message was, but we then abandoned www.redsky.uk.net in favour of Redskynews.com as we felt a news site would attract more people to the message.
We have called this message The Global Meltdown Domino Effect and you can download it free from various places on this web site.
The Global Meltdown Domino Effect not only gives the natural explanation of the events described, it also explains them using simple chemistry, and geology. The document has been reviewed by many well known scientists and none will refute it.
If you are worried about what is coming upon the planet and you are not a Christian, then The Global Meltdown Domino Effect comes with an explanation as to why this is happening and what you should do.
If you are a Christian, then The Global Meltdown Domino Effect comes with an important message for you which you can also read on the “Important Message” tab on this web site.
Christ Vs The Bible
At first, this may seem a rather strange subject to have on a Christian web site. However, when you have been given a message from God, how do you deliver it when the character of God has been misrepresented by a people who don’t know Him?
Unless this misrepresentation is put right, then delivery of God’s message and witnessing about Christ becomes almost impossible. The problem is highlighted by Professor Richard Dawkins who is quoted as saying the following:
“The God of the Old Testament is arguably the most unpleasant character in all fiction: jealous and proud of it; a petty, unjust, unforgiving control-freak; a vindictive, bloodthirsty ethnic cleanser; a misogynistic, homophobic, racist, infanticidal, genocidal, filicidal, pestilential, megalomaniacal, sadomasochistic, capriciously malevolent bully.”
So, how do we witness to the unsaved when this is often their perception of God?
There is a very simple answer to this question as Jesus pointed out to the priests of the time which is that they didn’t know God because they didn’t know Him and had no room for His Word in their lives. Yet even today, we have been conditioned to pin the old ways of the Old Testament on Jesus’ back and claim they are divine and endorsed by Him.
The “Christ Vs The Bible” section undoes this blasphemy and raises the Salvation bringing Words of Christ above those of sinful men who according to Jesus didn’t know God and had no conscience.
The evolution part of the web site is for those people who claim that they don’t believe in God because they believe in evolution.
In this section of the web site we present two key documents. The first proves that life cannot start on its own and the second proves that even if life could start on its own, there hasn’t been enough time for even the first living cell to evolve assuming that the Earth is about 5 billion years old.
So why is the biologically impossible theory of evolution so popular?
The reason is because of the way God has been misrepresented in the Old Testament.
The evolution section also contains a big contribution from creationist Malcolm Bowden who has made a number of videos for Redskynews which prove that life on Earth more than a few thousand years ago would have been quite impossible.
Please visit the store where you will find lots of free downloads like books and tracts. Also in the store are five books from Malcolm Bowden which you can buy. We’ll be adding to the store so keep checking back.
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