Item description for Rapture? Sure... But When? by William Anderson...
Overview What if the end isn't as so many have portrayed it? Most every evangelical Christian believes that the Lord Jesus Christ will one day return in the clouds to call His faithful followers unto Him, but when will this so-called "rapture" take place? Over the past several decades, the word itself has become nearly synonymous with the belief that this glorious event will occur before the great tribulation described in the Scriptures. But what does God's Word really have to say about the rapture? In this insightful and thorough presentation, Anderson studies the history of the various rapture theories, explores the Scriptures for evidence, and offers convincing arguments for the case of the post-tribulational return of the Lord. Surely, every Christian would rather evade than endure persecution at the hands of the antichrist. However, if today's evangelical churches are teaching that we will not have to go through the tribulation while in truth we will not be so fortunate as to escape the antichrist's cruelty, then a grave injustice is being done in the preparation of God's chosen to stand firm and faithful in the face of extreme adversity.
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Studio: Green Key Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.27" Width: 5.35" Height: 0.47" Weight: 0.57 lbs.
Release Date Oct 31, 2003
Publisher Green Key Books
ISBN 0970599684 ISBN13 9780970599681
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Questions about Pretribulation Rapture? Dec 14, 2005
Good defense of the Posttribulation Rapture position. If you've always been taught that the church will be taken before the Tribulation, but after reading the relevant verses can't quite see it, check out this book (also recommended is Robert Gundry's "The Church and the Tribulation" and John Ladd's "The Blessed Hope"). Does the Bible actually supports the pretrib rapture position? The Second Coming is clearly taught, but a "secret coming" is a different story. Mr. Anderson does a good job explaining many of the issues. However, make sure to open your Bible and read it for yourself. Take the advice given in Acts 17:11 to heart.