Upcoming TV Appearance – Countdown to Apocalypse

I will be a commentator on the upcoming History Channel Series: Countdown to the Apocalypse. (no… I didn’t spike my hair straight up ala Giorgio Tsoukalos) The producer Patirck Luce was very professional and I trust that I will be represented fairly. For the record, I expressed some concerns as some of my friends: Mike Heiser and LA Marzulli had bad experiences with other productions. They interviewed me for several hours and I answered questions about many apocalyptic predictions that I do not believe but, even so, offered the history and circumstances. I recall that when they asked me about Edgar Cayce my responses were so negative that they skipped the rest of the questions. It will likely be sensationalized (it is TV) building up to Dec 21,2012, a date I did NOT endorse. Even so, I offered it could be somewhat self-fulfilling due to hysteria. I enjoyed the trip and am hopeful that I will be represented fairly. The show premieres Friday, November 9 at 10 EST.

I am featured in two episodes “Book of Revelation” and “Prophets of Doom.” Check the History Channel for dates.



About Cris Putnam
Logos Apologia is the ministry of Cris D. Putnam. The mission of Logos Apologia is to show that logic, science, history and faith are complementary, not contradictory and to bring that life-changing truth to everybody who wants to know.

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  1. Charles VanHook says:

    A historical interpretation of Daniel snd Revelstions was used by Luther and sll the other reformers. Futurism was developed by the Jesuits (Francisco Ribera) as a counter reformation. Barnes Notes On The New Testament by Albert Barnes is an excellent source

    • Cris Putnam says:

      Charles, that’s not really so, futurism was the earliest belief in Christianity. If you believe Jesus will return in the future then your are a futurist. The only distinction is where you draw the line between what is historic and future in prophecy. I deal with this in a 3 part series on this site http://www.logosapologia.org/?p=3524 as well as an entire chapter in the book Petrus Romanus.

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