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 […]
Barry asked: How can the mountains and islands be moved from their places in the seals AND the bowls. Are they moved from their places twice? Or are the seals and the bowls different narratives of the same event? Good question. First, Rev 6:14 reads, “The sky was split apart like a scroll being rolled […]
www.oneplace.com Self-proclaimed prophecy teachers such as Jan Markell and many other pop-prophecy teachers are ratcheting up the imminent rapture to their followers now that Biden’s administration will usher in the rise of the Antichrist. Their MO is nothing new: Hype up prophesy events that are taking place before the rapture, while claiming on the other […]
“Because you have kept my admonition to endure steadfastly, I will also keep you from the hour of testing that is about to come on the whole world to test those who live on the earth.” (Revelation 3:10) “hoti etērēsas ton logon tēs hypomonēs mou, kagō se tērēsō ek tēs hōras tou peirasmou tēs mellousēs […]
Many wrong-headily believe that Matthew 24–25 teaches that those who will be taken are the wicked for judgment and those left behind are the righteous for deliverance. The problem when I read articles by these authors is they never actually interact with the following points in the immediate context, as explained in my article: Matthew 24:37–41 […]
Before the Wrath When Exploration Films announced their upcoming prophecy video was titled Before The Wrath, many prewrathers’ ears perked up and wanted to know who was producing it. Disappointment ensued when it was discovered that this was not a prewrath initiative, in fact, something entirely different. This post is a review of this roughly […]
Andy Gould has responded to a pretrib critique of prewrath on 2 Thessalonians 2 from Michael Nissim.
I had technical difficulties at the beginning, but fixed it at 6:38.
I am not familiar with the host of this program, so I cannot vouch for his other teachings, but in this particular helpful critique of pretribulationism, he covers a lot of ground in this video. It’s worth watching all of it. Related articles: Does the Absence of the Word ‘Church’ (Ekklēsia) in Revelation 4–21 Support […]
I am amazed that many pretribulation teachers continue to white-knuckle believe that the Greek noun apostasia in 2 Thessalonians 2:3 refers to the rapture because they claim this Greek noun can mean “physical departure.” The problem is that the noun never means “physical departure” during the Koine Greek period. It means a religious or political […]
Sunday afternoon, my son and I cut down a Balsam Fir in the northwoods of Wisconsin. We are hoping for a White Christmas! The next day we decorated the tree and I set out a few Christmas gifts for him under the tree. Now what happened next was my 4 year old son refuted the […]