Dallas Seminary Professor to Feature in Live Q&A Webcast on End Times

Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Bible Exposition at Dallas Theological Seminary, Dr. J. Dwight Pentecost, will be answering questions from around the world on the end times in a live global webcast on May 19, 2005.

The special event, sponsored by In Touch Ministries, will take place at the Charles Stanley Institute For Christian Living headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia.

The live Q&A webcast is scheduled for the last day of the ministry's four-day "invitation-only" lecture series, but is open to everyone via the Internet.

Pentecost will respond to questions, submitted by participants from around the world, on end times topics including biblical prophecy, revelation, and Armageddon. Following the event, FAQ archive of his answers will be posted at www.intouch.org/endtimes.

“I am so excited to present Dr. Pentecost to a world audience like this and have a man of his reputation and Bible prophecy knowledge bring sound biblical answers to calm the sensationalism surrounding end times events and prophetical teaching,” said Dr. Stanley, the founder of In Touch Ministries.

Dr. Pentecost is the author of nineteen books, including Prophecy for Today, Things to Come, and Things Which Become Sound Doctrine. Dr. Pentecost was a pastor for ten years prior to joining Dallas Theological Seminary in 1955, and he held a pastorate for eighteen years during his faculty tenure there.

Dr. Stanley is a New York Times best-selling author. His recent publications include Finding Peace and When the Enemy Strikes. He is also the founder and senior pastor of the 15,000 member First Baptist Atlanta Church.

First launched in 1972 as a half-hour program on an Atlanta-area television station, the In Touch program has become an international network that has been featured in many nations via television, radio, audio and videotapes, pamphlets, books, and magazines.