Agreed. I teach Precept upon Precept and use them for my private Bible Study as well. The cross-references and word studies make it stick better than anything else I’ve experienced. Getting ready to take a PUP course on Revelation. I have studied all the prophecy books - major and minor and deliberately put off Revelation until I did so. Everyone these days is so eager to study Revelation, but unless you’ve done Isaiah and Ezekiel and Daniel it will just be more challenging, I would think.
I couldn’t wait for Amir to do the last ME update! I knew we were not getting the story - and wouldn’t - from our news organizations and really wanted to know the inside info. (I was pretty sure the Israelis had provided some up to date intel on the guy’s location. They have people inside just about every organization over there. Have to.)
I disagree with him on election and the doctrines of grace, but on the ME and Biblical prophecy I doubt there’s anyone better to fit it all together in real time.
Dr. Arnold Fructenbaum from Ariel Ministries is arguably the world’s greatest living eschatological scholar. His book, “Footsteps of the Messiah”, is the seminal work in this area.