This web site is sponsored by Faith in the Future Foundation.
The ideas, teachings, implied theology and biblical exegesis presented on these pages represent the beliefs and opinions of Herbert R. Stollorz, the author, and to a lesser extent they also represent those of Christopher J. Patton. They do not knowingly represent the positions of any organized church, ministry or spiritual movement. Neither do they represent in full the teachings or objectives of any political organization or social movement known to us.
Obviously, there may be aspects or portions of our material that parallel or even derive from the teachings and beliefs of others. We do not live in a vacuum and believe our fundamental faith in and understanding of the Bible to fall within the broad parameters of evangelical Christian context. Faith in the Future Foundation’s official Statement of Faith simply focuses on the essentials:
Faith in the Future Foundation teaches that a believer's "citizenship is in heaven." The directors do not endorse or work for any national or international political party or government, military operation or specific religious denomination. We do not support or undertake any type of forced conversion or change of religious and/or philosophical beliefs. Jesus Christ alone can rightly judge the mortal heart and determine a person's spiritual condition and future in eternity.
Faith in the Future Foundation does not initiate, support or encourage anyone to participate in any activity that seeks to bring biblical prophecies to pass in this world and time. God is Almighty and able to bring about his prophecies without dependence on human imagination or activity. Our recommended course of life is to obey God above all and so far as it depends on us, to live in peace with all persons.
Faith in the Future Foundation is a private charitable, educational and religious organization dedicated to the evangelism of nonbelievers. The foundation also seeks to encourage and expand the horizons of those who already accept the Bible as God's Word and revelation of his mercifully loving and righteous plan for humanity. It is a railroad train dedicated to delivering the oracles of God to any and all who would receive them for as long as God gives us the means and ability to do so. This is the vision shared by its original directors.
Faith in the Future Foundation has come into existence due to the generosity of Herbert R. Stollorz, the author of Apocalypse Prophesied and Mystery of Tammuz 17. Part of the foundation's mission is to utilize Mr. Stollorz's writings in its programs of education, encouragement and evangelism. The foundation is not restricted or limited by this aspect of its mission. Purposefully it provides a vehicle for cooperation between ministries and individuals devoted in charitable service to their fellow humans in the name of Jesus Christ, Yeshua the Messiah.
|March 16, 2005|