The Rapture Cult: Religious Zeal And Political Conspiracy (1977)

If we are to conclude that the book of Revelation was indeed written as an urgent coded warning to the Christians of the first century, what then was the message? It warned of two things. One was the impending destruction of the City of Jerusalem and the Jewish theocratic state; the other was the impending persecution of Christians by the Roman Empire.

Continue reading “The Rapture Cult: Religious Zeal And Political Conspiracy (1977)”

Dave Hunt: Do Preterists Believe in the Rapture? (2007 Audio)

Let me make it very blunt. They claim that Jesus Christ returned in fulfillment of His promise to come back to take us to heaven, He returned in the person of the Roman armies to destroy Jerusalem and to excommunicate Israel, and Israel is finished. Now if that is not wicked, and if that is not twisting the scriptures I don’t know what is. Continue reading “Dave Hunt: Do Preterists Believe in the Rapture? (2007 Audio)”

Virgil Vaduva: An Answer to Gromacki’s “Where is the Church in Revelation 4-19?” (2002)

Realized eschatology is the only eschatological position that fits a Christian like a glove. No hermeneutical gymnastics are required and nothing is surrendered to the liberal camp. Unlike dispensationalism, it fully maintains the integrity of the Bible and it’s infallibility. It is the only solution to the problem on “non-occurrence” used by so many to undermine Christianity. Continue reading “Virgil Vaduva: An Answer to Gromacki’s “Where is the Church in Revelation 4-19?” (2002)”