This is a good question from the inbox: With regards to viewing the seals, trumpets and bowls as happening at the same time (concurrent-recapitulation) or as happening progressively (consecutive-progressive), there’s something I noticed that I haven’t seen you address so far (I might be wrong). Let’s compare the sixth seal with the sixth bowl: Revelation […]
Over the years, I have observed two abuses of the use (or lack thereof) of the term prewrath. The first abuse is using the term to describe your view but in reality it is not prewrath because it contradicts prewrath tenets. If you don’t hold to these accepted and standard basic views of prewrath, the […]
While pretribulationists are hard-pressed to show the church saints in heaven before the Antichrist’s great tribulation, posttribulationists, on the other hand, are hard-pressed to show the church saints on earth during the day of the Lord’s wrath.
Posttribulationists believe we will be on earth protected during the bowl judgments. Prewrathers, on the other hand, believe that we will be raptured before the trumpet and bowl judgements begin and only afterwards descend in the New Jerusalem to earth for the millennium and beyond. One particular passage I want to highlight why we will […]
I am glad to see Dr. James White investigating eschatology. While I think he is wrong on postmillennialism and preterism, at least, contrary to popular opinion, it is a step closer to prewrath premillennialism. However, Dr. White has always practiced—and something I greatly respect—engaging the best arguments on the other side. But here is where […]
Ex-preterist theologian Dr. Brock Hollett has authored Debunking Preterism: How Over-Realized Eschatology Misses the Not Yet of Bible Prophecy. Dr. Brock D. Hollett formerly embraced preterism while earning his Master of Divinity at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in 2000 because the preterist perspective seemed to provide him with coherent arguments regarding the time statements of […]
The first four seals prove the guilty for God’s wrath, the fifth seal promises God’s wrath, the sixth seal portends God’s wrath, two groups are protected from God’s wrath, and the seventh seal pronounces God’s wrath. —Rev 6:1—8:5
Dr. Mitch Glaser shares how the story of Queen Esther reminds us of God’s faithfulness to keep His covenants—regardless of circumstances!
QUESTION: Someone recently asked a good question: If we assume [the 144,000 are Jews], Rev. 7 says they are sealed because they will be on earth during God’s wrath. According to Rev. 7, this sealing will happen right about the same time the rapture happens (the “great multitude”). Now these are the questions: (1) Will […]
We are super excited that Biblical Prophecy Magazine is about to launch with its debut issue! Print and online versions. I have been hard working on this since last July. There has been many moving parts to put together a professional periodical such as this, but it is coming together. It will be a triannual […]
“He also caused everyone (small and great, rich and poor, free and slave) to obtain a mark on their right hand or on their forehead. Thus no one was allowed to buy or sell things unless he bore the mark of the beast—that is, his name or his number. This calls for wisdom: Let the […]