HALUNATIC ( Nickname) 

Hal Lindsey, the self-proclaimed "Father of the Modern Day False Prophecy Movement," popularized the false eschatology doctrines of most dispensationalists. His books have influenced thousands of preachers, teachers and laymen leading them astray in the subject of eschatology.  

Hal has also joined the charis-pentecostal and ecumenical movements, and has been a leader in coercing believers into supporting a false religion known as  (Babylonian Talmudic Judaism).  

Like most men who have acquired great wealth, prestige and influence he has spent a good deal of time chasing women.

His third wife and church gave him the boot for his sex-capades.  For detailed proof of his false prophecies and teachings go to the web.  He like Jim Bakker, Jimmy Swaggert and others were doing a bit of begetting…. denying, and then forgetting, and compensating  with staff and prostitutes

Critics wrote:  Does Halunatic  (His nickname) truly think he speaks for YAHWEH?  He has gone over the edge!   With his web site he has revealed his true colors -- he is a FALSE PROFIT and he is the father of the Modern Day False Prophecy Movement!  

Lindsey graduated from Dallas Theological Seminary with a Master of Theology degree, majoring in the New Testament and early Greek literature.  With his second wife, Jan, he worked with Campus Crusade for Christ, a frequent speaker and Sunday School teacher at Melodyland Christian Center in Anaheim, California. 
During 1969, he wrote his first, and best-known book, The Late, Great Planet Earth. Published during 1970 by Zondervan, this book became a bestseller.   Coming on the heels of the Six-Day War, the book fueled the popularity of dispensationalism and its support of ethnic Jews as the "chosen people of God". 
During 1994, he earned his Doctorate of Theology from the California Graduate School of Theology.

Lindsey hosted International Intelligence Briefing on the Trinity Broadcasting Network and serves on the executive board of Christian Voice.  International Intelligence Briefing was eliminated from broadcasting by TBN for the entire month of December 2005. Lindsey claimed that this was because “some at the network apparently feel that his message is too pro-Israel and too anti-Muslim." 

TBN owner Paul Crouch, however, contended that,  “ TBN has never been and is not now against Israel and the Jewish people.” Crouch said that Lindsey's show was pre-empted for Christmas programming. Lindsey countered that this was the first time his show had been preempted for the entire month of December. TBN later admitted that a secondary reason for pre-empting the show was that it "placed Arabs in a negative light."

Lindsey resigned from TBN on January 1, 2006, and indicated that he would pursue another television ministry. His new program, The Hal Lindsey Report, emphasizes Biblical prophecy and current events, and is broadcast by the Angel One and DayStar networks. During January 2007, Lindsey announced that he would be returning to the TBN network. The Hal Lindsey Report is broadcast by TBN with his own financing.

Lindsey’s claims are based on a dispensationalist interpretation of the implications of Jesus Christ as presented in the four gospels of the New Testament as the divine Son of God and the Jewish Messiah.   Lindsey claims from the Bible that Jesus Christ will return from heaven to earth someday and establish eternal peace, happiness, prosperity, and harmony among all people.

Lindsey says the Bible contains numerous prophecies that foretell of certain conditions and events that will occur in the world prior to Christ's return.  He continues, saying that, as these things occur, they are to serve as signs and reminders that we are in the era that the Bible calls the end times or last days.

Lindsey believes a prophetic event that officially begins the end times is the regathering of the Jewish people to their ancient homeland to form an independent nation after a prolonged worldwide dispersion. He states that the establishment of the State of Israel during May 1948 is the fulfillment of this major prophecy. He also states that the last seven years of the end times is a period known as the Tribulation; which is described in the gospel of Matthew and the book of Revelation.