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Jack Van Impe : biography

February 9, 1931 -

Jack Leo Van Impe (born February 9, 1931)Religious Leaders of America, 2nd ed., Gale Group, 1999 is a televangelist who is known for his half-hour weekly television series Jack Van Impe Presents, an eschatological commentary on the news of the week through his interpretation of the Bible. The program airs throughout the United States, Canada, and several other countries through both religious broadcasters and the purchase of paid programming time on commercial television stations. Van Impe's website claims that he is known as the "Walking Bible" because of his extensive memorization of Bible verses., "About" section Van Impe's wife Rexella (born Rexella Mae Shelton on November 29, 1932, in MissouriJack Van Impe Presents, 12 May 2012) shares his TV ministry as co-host.

Other beliefs

Van Impe's most recent broadcasts have contained sweeping denunciations of Islam, such as "a religion where they control people and put them into bondage", and referring to a "demographic strategy to flood Europe with Muslim immigrants and create an Islamic continent", according to the 9 February 2013 broadcast.

Health problems

In an episode of Jack Van Impe Presents aired the week of June 19, 2006, Van Impe disclosed that he had undergone two total knee replacements in early 2006. He gave thanks to God for his recovery and for leading him to the "wonderful surgeon" who did the operation. Subsequent to the problems with his knees, Jack has suffered from cancer, a severe sepsis attack, and blood loss resulting from holes burned through his stomach.

Biblical prophecy beliefs

Jack believes that, according to Revelation 13, a single world political leader (The Beast) and a single world religious leader (the false prophet) will emerge, but the rapture will happen before either leader comes to power. He believes the Bible teaches that the world will be organized into ten political subdivisions, based on the ten-district plan set up by the Club of Rome.Announced in “Regionalized and Adaptive Model of the Global World System,” as part of the Strategy for Survival Project. This revealed the Club's goal of dividing the world into ten political/economic regions which would unite the entire world under a single form of government. These regions are: North America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Japan, Rest of Developed World, Latin America, Middle East, Rest of Africa, South and Southeast Asia, and China. The same plan was published in a Club of Rome book called Mankind at the Turning Point: Club of Rome Report, REGIONALIZED AND ADAPTIVE MODEL OF THE GLOBAL WORLD SYSTEM, Report on the Progress in the STRATEGY FOR SURVIVAL PROJECT of the Club of Rome, Mihajlo Mesarovic and Eduard Pestel, Directors, "C O N F I D E N T I A L," September 17, 1973.

Van Impe also believes a one-world religion will form, named "Chrislam", the joining of the world's two largest religions, Christianity and Islam. Jack believes the Bible states that the world political leader will "come in peaceably" and create a seven-year peace deal involving Israel. Then, three and a half years into the peace, Russia (the interpreted meaning of "Rosh"), along with its Middle Eastern allies ('Persia, Cush, and Put', from Ezekiel 38:5), will break the peace by invading Israel, according to Ezekiel 38, and the military of Russia and its allies will be decimated by nuclear warfare and pushed back to Siberia. Then China (the interpreted meaning of "kings from the east") will invade, according to Revelation 16, and the military of China will likewise be decimated when Jesus returns.

Education

Jack Van Impe and his wife acquired doctorate degrees from Pacific International University,http://www.jvim.org/pt/2004/2004SeptOct.pdf an unaccredited, conservative, Christian university. It offered correspondence education and franchised some of its degree programs to other diploma mills in Australia.

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