If the Messiah descends from the Mount of Olives as foretold in the Bible, America’s two biggest Christian broadcasters are well-positioned to cover it live thanks to recent acquisitions of adjacent Jerusalem studios on a hill overlooking the Old City.
Texas-based Daystar Television Network already beams a 24-hour-a-day live webcam from its terrace. Not to be outdone, Costa Mesa-based Trinity Broadcasting Network last month bought the building next door.
I guess it’s like C-Span for the second coming? Not surprising, both their presence and their accompanying missionary work have proved controversial. Best sentence in the article:
“Christianity is not represented in Israel as well as it could,” he said. “We hope to equalize that and give Christianity a better platform.”
So Christianity has a “representation issue” in Israel? Huh.