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- Overall, we rate Prophecy Today a religious-based website that is based on the pseudoscience of prophecy.
Factual Reporting: LOW
World Press Freedom Rank: USA 45/180
Founded in 1998 by Dr. Jimmy DeYoung, Prophecy Today is an overt Christian news website. Most of their stories Focus on the end of times and other myths related to the bible. According to their about page “Jimmy DeYoung has resided in Jerusalem for at least a portion of the year each year for the last 23 years where he held full credentials as a journalist in the second most populated journalistic city in the world.”
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Funded by / Analysis
Prophecy Today appears to be owned by Jimmy DeYoung and receives revenue through donations.
Analysis / Bias
In review, the website generally promotes pseudoscience related to the bible and creationism. It is difficult to analyze this site based on its age and lack of search capabilities. For the most part, they serve as a pro-Israel newsfeed using credible sources such as the Jerusalem Post and ABC News, as well as anti-Islamic sites such as Front Page Magazine. Most stories favor the right such as this Why the Left Hates Religion. In general, Prophecy Today is a right-leaning pseudoscience website.
Overall, we rate Prophecy Today a religious-based website that is based on the pseudoscience of prophecy. (D. Van Zandt 11/7/2016) Updated (10/14/2020)
Last Updated on October 14, 2020 by Media Bias Fact Check
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