Every few months I download PreWrath podcasts and listen nonstop for a few hours. I’m not sure why I’m drawn to the PreWrath view of the church. I have a difficult time reading key passages in a literalistic manner which is the method needed to arrive at premillennialism and the PreWrath position…but here I am. … Continue reading Rapture & Wrath
Long ago in a galaxy far, far away…I was hoodwinked and bamboozled into believing the PreTrib Rapture and Dispensationalism. I’ve blogged about this in the past. It was my own fault. I didn’t examine the tradition I was being spoon fed in light of scripture. For most of us in North American who attend conservative, Bible … Continue reading The Rapture Question Answered
Long ago in a galaxy far, far away…I was hoodwinked and bamboozled into believing the PreTrib Rapture and Dispensationalism. I’ve blogged about this in the past. It was my own fault. I didn’t examine the tradition I was being spoon fed in light of scripture. For most of us in North American who attend conservative, … Continue reading The Rapture Question Answered
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The End Times are a tricky subject for anyone to tackle. In this video series the presenter offers a short intro to the PreWrath Rapture view, a view that seems to be gaining momentum among literalists and others. Check it out.
What “end” was Peter referencing? Certainly not the end of the entire physical universe since dispensationalists and other futurists believe that 1 Peter 4:7 is dealing with events leading up to something called the rapture, and there’s a lot that follows after the rapture. Here’s what I wrote in response to the post: Peter wrote … Continue reading What Did Peter Mean by “The End of All Things is Near”?
By George E. Ladd I. Authorship. The author of the book designated himself simply as “John” (1:1; 1:4; 21:2; 22:8). He was well known by the churches of Asia, calling himself their brother, who shared with them the tribulation and the kingdom and the patient endurance (1:9). The question arises: Who was this John? It … Continue reading Intro to The Book of Revelation
By George E. Ladd The question of the relationship of the Rapture to that of the Tribulation may be set in proper perspective if we first survey the history of prophetic interpretation. The hope of the Church throughout the early centuries was the second coming of Christ, not a pretribulation rapture. If the Blessed Hope … Continue reading The Historic Hope of the Church
A tweet from Joel Richardson. @Joel7Richardson Unless my computer crashes, this will go live @ 8pm eastern standard time, tonight (May 28th) on both the Frontier Alliance International app and my Youtube channel. Links coming soon. @prewrathrapture @derekgilbert YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIdYV1fCIAvYpS5S-qLPlqg
Years ago, when the LEFT BEHIND series first came into print I loved it and devoured them. It was my first experience with eschatology and the default position of most of the Christians I found myself surrounded by. Shortly after reading the first few novels I read C.I. Scofield’s Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth … Continue reading WRATH by Roquemore