Oliver B. Greene on Pre-trib rapture

Oliver B. Greene published a wonderful verse-by-verse exposition of Daniel in 1964. I've enjoyed reading it, because the book of Daniel is so hard for me to interpret. I was struck by Mr Green's certainty and fervency regarding the pre-tribulation rapture.A Pre-Trib rapture is biblically correct. The rapture itself has been in the bible all …

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Does the Bible teach that Christians will be delivered from the wrath to come?

EPrata photoIn addition to this short, clear teaching from John Ankerberg below, I'd also add Revelation 3:10-"Because you have kept my word about patient endurance, I will keep you from the hour of trial that is coming on the whole world, to try those who dwell on the earth."And these two. verses. Revelation 13:7a says …

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The ‘Last Trump’ of Corinthians and the 7th trumpet of Revelation are not the same

Many people mistake the rapture as occurring during the Tribulation because of two different verses which they misinterpret the meaning of. Here they are:"Now I say this, brethren, that flesh and blood cannot inherit the kingdom of God; nor does the perishable inherit the imperishable. Behold, I tell you a mystery; we will not all …

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Record shattering events continue to increase in economic damage and personal pain

The Weather Channel reports: "August 2011 set records in several locations for torrid heat, torrential rain and river flooding. You can thank, in part, an exceptional Plains drought and Hurricane Irene. Plotted on the clickable map below are locations that set notable records during the month. Sun icons denote heat records, rain icons denote rainfall records, …

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Emergent church questioning tactics are bad leaven

I've written before about the emergent church and its apostasy. One of the tactics of the apostate emergent person is to constantly question the bible and its doctrines. "Does hell really exist?" "Would a loving God punish?" "Is hell really eternal?" These and other doctrines are opposed not from a hatchet, but from lightly sprinkled …

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