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Bedros Hajian Interviews Mark Dankof on ICFN: The New World Order and Biblical Prophecy

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Pastor Mark Dankof and Bedros Hajian discuss the New World Order, Biblical Prophecy, and Biblical Eschatology for the International Christian Family Network (ICFN).

 

The Bedros Hajian interviews with Mark Dankof on the International Christian Family Network (ICFN) in Southern California are always enjoyable.  In the latest one, our hour long chat covers The New World Order and recent political events in the light of Biblical Prophecy and Eschatology.  These shows have a domestic American audience both live and on YouTube archives.  They also reach Armenia, Iran, Syria, Ukraine, Russia, Turkey, and other places on this planet made much smaller by miraculous technologies.  To access the show, click here.

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Bedros Hajian interviews Mother Agnes Miriam on Syria.

Mark Dankof Joins Bedros Hajian on the International Christian Family Network

Pastor Mark Dankof on the Chosen People of God.  Who are They?  I Peter 2: 9-10 is the Rosetta Stone.

Pastor Mark Dankof on the Chosen People of God. Who are They? I Peter 2: 9-10 is the Rosetta Stone.

Mark Dankof was Bedros Hajian’s guest on the International Christian Family Network of Glendale, California on Tuesday, January 14th, at 7-8 pm Pacific; 9-10 pm Central; 10-11 pm Eastern.  Topic:  Biblical Prophecy and the End Times.  Enjoy here (the first 1:50 involves a previous telecast on that network, just before the Hajian show begins). There will be future shows with Mr. Hajian, and technological improvements in the telecasts heard around the world.

Bedros Hajian interviews Mother Agnes Miriam on Syria.

Bedros Hajian interviews Mother Agnes Mariam on Syria.

 

Bedros Hajian and the Government of Western Armenia Map Out the Reality of Wilsonian Armenia and the Treaty of Sevres.  What Are the Implications?

Bedros Hajian and the Government of Western Armenia Map Out the Reality of Wilsonian Armenia and the Treaty of Sevres. What Are the Implications?