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Last Days: Hype or Hope? (1996)

A shocking investigative report filmed on 3 continents that examines world events to see just how closely they are lining up with the predictions of the prophets.

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Gareth Bond ...
Steve Stone, Host
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Larry Black ...
Himself, Centre on Canadian / Russian Relations
David Chaum ...
Himself, President, Digicash
Roy Christensen ...
Himself, European Union Delegation
Steve Elwood ...
Himself, Internet Connect Niagara
Richard Gabriel ...
Himself, Author, Government Consultant (as Dr. Richard Gabriel)
Henry Hengeveld ...
Himself. Science Advisor, Environment Canada
Chuck Lafleur ...
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Malachi Martin ...
Himself, Author (as Dr. Malachi Martin)
David Phillips ...
Himself, Senior Climatologist, Environment Canada
Gershon Salomon ...
Himself, Founder, Temple Mount Faithful (as Gershon Solomon)
Jack Van Impe ...
Himself (as Dr. Jack Van Impe)
Rexella Van Impe ...
Herself
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A shocking investigative report filmed on 3 continents that examines world events to see just how closely they are lining up with the predictions of the prophets. Hosted by Dr. Jack Van Impe, LAST DAYS examines the cultural landscape for signs of the coming apocalypse. The investigation looks into current events on three continents and compares the various modern-day happenings to the predictions of Biblical prophets. Written by Andre van Heerden

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1996 (Canada)  »

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CAD 60,000 (estimated)
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