Irvin Baxter Jr. is the editor of the most widely circulated prophecy magazine in the world, hosts the daily radio broadcast, Politics and Relgion, and is the author of several prophecy books and Bible studies.He founded Endtime, a non-profit corporation.
Before committing himself to full-time work with Endtime Ministries, Irvin Baxter, Jr. served as pastor of the Oak Park Church in Richmond, Indiana for approximately 32 years.In November of 2005, Endtime Ministries moved from Richmond, Indiana to Garland, Texas. In addition to Endtime Magazine and Politics and Religion, Endtime Ministries produces numerous Bible Study resources and sponsors prophecy conferences and Bible studies throughout the world.
In the first half, founder of End Time Ministries, Rev. Irvin Baxter, discussed prophecies in the Book of Revelation that seven trumpets will sound before the end of the age, and the second coming of Jesus Christ. In the latter half, one of the world's leading researchers...More »
Founder of End Time Ministries, Rev. Irvin Baxter, discussed biblical prophecy, and why he believes many signs are in place that were foretold in the Book of Revelation. "A war is coming that will kill 1/3 of mankind-- 2.3 billion human beings," he warned. First hour guest,...More »
Rev. Irvin Baxter discussed how 2008 could be the year of greatest fulfillment in biblical prophecy in the last 2,000 years. He outlined four prophesied events that may come to pass this year. The Mark of the Beast, in which everyone will need to have a mark on their body to buy...More »
Founder of Endtime Ministries, Irvin Baxter, discussed how biblical prophecies such as from the Book of Revelation are lining up to indicate that we are entering into 'End Times.' In his estimation we are only around six to eight years away from the final battle of Armageddon,...More »
James Szubski revealed how the electromagnetic environment of the Columbia River Gorge might play a role in people experiencing unusual phenomena. In the first hour, legendary Doors drummer John Densmore reflected on the band's music and legacy.