Gary Bowers is an ardent student of the Bible, especially Biblical prophecy. He is the author and administrator of this blog site, and has written two books:

O Israel the end is the beginning for those left behind. (Novel based on Biblical end times and current events)

Out of the Abyss … can the number of the beast be solved, 666? (Non-fiction expose of the Antichrist)

As stated on the home page, the major emphasis of Eye of Prophecy website is to, “give a clear witness for Jesus,” who is the very essence of prophecy.

Also, that of, “…defending and confirming the truth of the Good News” (Philippians 1:7)

Come, join us in this exciting journey through Biblical prophecy.  Develop a discerning Eye of Prophecy, as you watch prophetic events clarified and come alive as never before!

*Note: For five years (July 2013 – July 14, 2018) articles were posted consecutively every Saturday. Articles will continue periodically with the goal of at least one post per month. Also, the archives contain hundreds of previous articles to choose from. Enjoy!

The intent, form, and content of Eye of Prophecy is presented through Eschatology


Prophetic Inspirational Connections Through Understanding Relevant Events (and) Scripture

*Unless otherwise noted, all Scriptural quotations are taken from the New Living Translation of the Holy Bible, copyright 1996, 2004. Used by permission of Tyndale House Publishers, Inc, Wheaton, IL 60189. All rights reserved.

4 thoughts on “About”

  1. Khanah bat Avraham said:

    This is very interesting to me, an observant Diaspora (American) jew. Quite a creative and comprehensive Website. The photos & map related to the tomb of David the King are excellent. Gary Bowers’ discussion is sophisticated and meaningful to us today. Will continue to follow this Website – thanks. Khanah bat Avraham

  2. “Great Blogpost! Way cool! Some extremely valid points! I _appreciate you writing this post and also the rest of the website is also very good.”

  3. Amani Moses said:

    This website is quite something! It’s another good tool in my scholarly life.

  4. Janet Paine said:

    Sounds interesting!

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