God promises destruction of Jerusalem, the capital city of the Jewish nation of Israel, in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. This is Gospel Truth, literally.
God promises destruction of Jerusalem in the Gospel of Luke, chapter 21. This is the promise of God. God keeps His promises. And that is why Jerusalem was destroyed in 70 AD. God kept His promise to destroy Jerusalem, using Gentile armies.
But just like prophecies in the Book of Daniel and in the Book of Isaiah keep becoming fulfilled again and again, so will the prophecy in the Gospel of Luke, chapter 21. See Revelations 11.
Jerusalem will be destroyed before the Second Coming of Jesus Christ, as prophecied in the Holy Bible. God will keep His promise made in the Book of Revelations to destroy Jerusalem (the capital city of the Jewish nation of Israel) before the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. It is the Word of God for the People of God.
No. Christian Colleges are NOT pulling their weight in American society, politics, and law.
Christian colleges must understand that they have a Christian purpose for America and America’s institutions.
Christian colleges must make a difference in cities in which they are located by making sure that laws in that city submit to the Word of God. Christian colleges must be salt and light of the cities around them.
The Gospel is transformative! If Christian colleges cannot transform the cities around them and the American citizens around them, then they are useless to Christ.
Christian colleges must ensure that the political, legal, social, economic institutions around them are influenced by the Word of God and guided by the Moral Code of God.
In order for Christian colleges to pull their weight in America, Christian college presidents must make sure that all professors who do not follow the Bible in their teaching are fired and only teachers who submit fully to the authority of the Word of God are hired.
Christian College department chairs must direct each professor in their college to centralize Christ in their teaching, whatever the subject that they are teaching.
Christian college professors must publish articles and books to make America a Christian nation. Each Christian college must have professors writing articles and books on why US Supreme Court decision, legalizing homosexual marriage, is wrong from law, history, sociology, social work, education, economics, political science, international relations, philosophy, and, obviously, theology perspectives.
Christian colleges must pull their weight in America for Christ. Christian colleges must understand their reason for existence and their mission in the United States of America.
Because Christian colleges in all 50 states are not pulling their weight, the United States of America is in the mess it is in. Christian colleges should be more serious about proclaiming the LORDship of Christ in America.
Christian colleges professors must be fearless leaders who proclaim the Gospel of Christ in the academic realm, even if it means offending liberal scholars from Harvard and Yale. Christian college professors have a responsibility to the Body of Christ.
A Christian college must produce students who become Christian leaders in every aspect of life – politics, law, business, education, social work, etc.
Every Christian college should have a proud list of alumni who became a US Senator or US Congressman in their state. Every Christian college should post alumni who became judges in the federal courts in their state. Every Christian college must celebrate every alumni who becomes a Superintendent of Public Schools in their state. Every Christian college must push to have their alumni in the city government, state government, and federal government leadership positions. Christian colleges have a Christian responsibility to their city, their state, and the country to produce leader in official capacities and positions who submit to the authority of Jesus Christ.
Each Christian college President must dedicate themselves to producing leaders of American politics, American justice system, and American business. Each Christian college President must pray and have a vision for Christ that is imparted to each and every student in that college.
Christian colleges must transform the political, social, educational, legal, justice, economic, business institutions around them in profound ways. This must be strategically done with active planning, prayer, and execution.