• Unmasking the Gentiles

  • The European Plot to Replace Israel
  • By: Dante Fortson
  • Narrated by: L.D. Peterson
  • Length: 1 hr and 42 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (119 ratings)

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Unmasking the Gentiles

By: Dante Fortson
Narrated by: L.D. Peterson
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Does the term “Gentiles” refer to all non-Jews or is that just the lie we’ve been sold to cover up the truth? Who were the Gentiles, and where are they now? What role do they play in Bible prophecy, and where are we at on the prophetic countdown clock?

Believe it or not, the Bible tells us exactly who the Gentiles are, where they are, and what’s about to happen when their time is up. Unfortunately, it is too often ignored. We’re about to get into some deep and controversial but pure Biblical truth, in this enlightening audiobook.

There were two Bible verses that really inspired me to look into who the Gentiles are, according the Bible. I’ve heard many people teach on these verses, and I couldn’t shake the feeling that the in-formation was just being repeated, but not actually researched (myself included).

Here are the verses:

Verse one:

“And they shall fall by the edge of the sword, and shall be led away captive into all nations: and Jerusalem shall be trodden down of the Gentiles, until the times of the Gentiles be fulfilled.” (Luke 21:24)

Verse two:

“For I would not, brethren, that ye should be ignorant of this mystery, lest ye should be wise in your own conceits; that blindness in part is happened to Israel, until the fullness of the Gentiles be come in.” (Romans 11:25)

In verse one, we see that Jerusalem will be trodden down by Gentiles until the times of the Gentiles is fulfilled or completed. This is what I get from the context of verse one. But was the times of the Gentiles really fulfilled in 1967 during the Six Days War, or are we still looking at the Gentile occupation of Jerusalem?

In verse two, we see that the partial blindness of Israel is only temporary and will be lifted after the fullness of the Gentiles comes in. What does that really mean, and what specifically would the blindness of Israel encompass?

Whatever the answers to these questions are, they do seem to be connected. In Luke's gospel, Christ connects the fulfillment of the time of the Gentiles to the end of the age. That leads us to the first big question: Has the time of the Gentiles been fulfilled?

Break out your pens, papers, styluses, etc, and let’s get down to some good ol’ intense Bible study. In order to answer all of the above questions, we first need to figure out who the Gentiles are.

©2019 Dante Fortson (P)2020 Dante Fortson

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this book really solidified everything I felt all of my life
I truly believe every word

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The Truth Has Become a Stumbling Block To Some

This book is very easy to understand very digestible very well put together. I would not been receptive to some things on this book if not backed up by scripture. Do not read this without your bible. This book will force you to make a decision, are you going to believe the teachings of man or the Word of God? This book will force a choice. Good job Dante

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Unmasking the Gentiles

loved the information. Will recommend to my family. The text has been right there, but most don't read or trust there own interruptions.

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Great Awakening

Well researched and presented, thought provoking and enlightening, this is the best work I have read on the subject.

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Enlightening!

Very informative and easily verifiable by research of Bible scripture and world history. A great read.

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Are African Americans really decendance of ancient Hebrew Isrealites?

The author makes a strong case that come close to making sense out of the hate and cruelty visited upon the people throughout history to the present. Taken in slave ships, children taken from parents and sold into slavery? What people fits the description? Coincidence or scripture fulfilled? I recommend this Audible.

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Enjoyed it

First time I listened, I did not understand but I to read and pray for understanding of the Bible. This time I understand this book. Mr. Fortson, all I can say from my heart is Thank you and may Yah continue to bless and keep you and your love ones.

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