Irvin Baxter Biography, Age, Family, Wife, Ministry and Net Worth

Irvin Baxter Biography

Irvin Baxter “Irvin Baxter Jr”. is an American Oneness Pentecostal minister, televangelist, author, and biblical scholar well known for hosting the internationally syndicated biblical prophecy television program, End of The Age, and, who also is the founder and president of Endtime Ministries, a Christian organization devoted to presenting his views on Christian eschatology. Baxter is also an author, publisher, broadcaster and international prophecy teacher. 

Irvin Baxter Age

Irvin was born on October 8th, 1945 Richmond, Indiana, US, He is 73years old as of 2018.

Irvin Baxter Family | Young

There is no information about Baxter’s family and how he was raised up. He has not shared any information about his parents and with their occupation, he has also not shared any information him having siblings or elder brothers and sisters

Irvin Baxter Married | Wife

Baxter got married to his wife, Judy with whom have three grown children and eight grandchildren, and reside in Richardson, Texas. There is no much information about his family though they are said to be living happily.

Irvin Baxter Education

There is no information about Irvin educational background, he has not shared any information about his progress in school.

Irvin Baxter Career

Baxter became interested in Bible prophecy at the age of 19 when a visiting evangelist taught that the four beasts of chapter four in the book of Revelation represented the four gospels, Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. He as well believed this was incorrect, and in the next thirty days read the book of Revelation nineteen times. His studies later led him to devote considerable time to study Pentecostal and Evangelical eschatology.

In 1986, he wrote a Message for the President, in which he identified Russia, the United Kingdom, the United States, and other modern countries as being mentioned in the Bible. He also said that the Berlin Wall would be torn down, (Germany) would be reunited and that these events would be the catalyst which would inaugurate a permanent New World Order.

In 1991 his organization began to publish Endtime Magazine. Baxter published the book Mideast Treaty in 1994 about his predictions for the prophesied final seven years preceding the Battle of Armageddon. In 1995 Baxter published a series of lessons for aimed at lay readers titles Understanding the Endtime.

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He has also published two works of fiction: China War and the Third Temple (2001) depicts Baxter’s view of the near future and Dark Intentions in 2004 which is a story of how the Antichrist, as a young boy, foresaw world events in detail and used the knowledge to his advantage. s a Oneness Pentecostal, does not believe in the traditional teaching of the Trinity. Oneness Pentecostalism teaches that Jesus Christ is God manifested in the flesh (1 Tim 3:16, Col 2:8-9). He has a program on Trinity Broadcasting Network.

Endtime Ministries was founded in 1991. Baxter bought the Oak Park Church from ‘The Church of God’ congregation in 2002, 11 years after the founding of end-time ministries. Prior to 2002 Irvin pastored at the ‘United Pentecostal Church’ (UPC) in the 1200 block of South 8th street in Richmond, Indiana where he first set up endtime ministries out of the Church.

He then bought a building on the north side of the UPC church building where endtime operated until they outgrew that location. Then purchased a building southeast of the UPC. A commercial building, originally occupied by a bank. Upon the purchase of the Oak Park Church building in 2002, the congregation of the ‘UPC’ moved to Oak Park and shared the building with the ‘Church of God’ congregation until the previous owners could find a new home to worship. Irvin separated Endtime from the Oak Park congregation and moved to Dallas where he set up as full-time radio and television evangelist.

Baxter as well hosted hosts the National Prophecy radio talk show called “Politics and Religion”, which began in 1998. He also conducts one-day prophecy conferences in the United States. His teachings on the Armageddon were recorded in the DVD America’s God-Given Destiny.

Irvin Baxter Net Worth

Irvin estimated net worth is under review, there is no information about his net worth or salary but he is said to have been earning a huge salary from his work.

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