War rages and pestilence spreads. Believers recognize the signs as Evil’s Last Days. Join Pure Flix this October as we take a look at a part of scripture that has captivated the imagination for generations: the end of days.
Join Billy Hallowell, host of the Pure Flix Podcast, as he examines what the Bible really says about the last days on earth. He’ll be joined by special guests for the entire month to dive deep into what the rapture, tribulation and Second Coming of Jesus might look like.
“Conversations about the end times have captivated Christians for more than two millennia. And yet this important conversation often leads to debate and confusion,” Hallowell said. “We’re excited to explore these themes through a biblical lens to help explain what each topic means and how we can appropriately explore these important subjects.”
And don’t miss the Pure Flix “End Times Movies and the Scriptures That Inspired Them” guide. The guide is full of scriptural references, analysis and movie recommendations to satisfy your curiosity about the end-times prophecies. Pure Flix will also host the largest library of end times movies and shows for viewers to see how the Bible has influenced popular culture.
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Pure Flix is the leading faith and family-friendly streaming video-on-demand service. With thousands of God-honoring and inspiring movies and shows, you can Have Faith In Your Entertainment again.
Pure Flix was founded in 2005 by Michael Scott, David A.R. White, and Russell Wolfe. The company initially started as a film studio behind breakout theatrical hits like “God’s Not Dead,” “The Case for Christ,” and “Do You Believe?” and launched its streaming platform in 2014. In late 2020, Pure Flix the streaming service became part of AFFIRM Entertainment, a subsidiary of Sony Pictures Entertainment, with a mission to stream God-honoring stories to a new generation through inspiring and faith-affirming TV shows, movies and original series.
Ben Laurro, Pure Publicity