Andy Gould has responded to a pretrib critique of prewrath on 2 Thessalonians 2 from Michael Nissim.
The single verse that is often cited for support for viewing the day of the Lord as a twenty-four hour day interpretation is: “But it shall be one day which shall be known to the LORD, not day, nor night: but it shall come to pass, that at evening time it shall be light” (Zech. […]
I participated in the following prophecy roundtable this evening on this question. We had a lively discussion on the identity of the woman in Revelation 12.
I had technical difficulties at the beginning, but fixed it at 6:38.
This Thursday, I am participating in a prophecy roundtable on the question of the chronology of the book of Revelation and its rapture implications. See the info below.
In this week’s episode of The Biblical Prophecy Program, I pointed out a contradiction in the posttribulation framework. Many posttribulationists view the catching up of the two witnesses to heaven as “representing” the rapture, and they identify the blowing of the seventh trumpet in the book of Revelation as Paul’s “last trump.” The salient problem, […]
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 […]
https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/thebiblicalprophecyprogram/For_THIS_Reason_the_Last_Trump.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed*Correction: At 19:33, I meant to say “last trump” not “the seventh trumpet.” In this episode I gave the MAIN reason why the seventh trumpet in the book of Revelation cannot be identified with Paul’s reference of the “last trump” in 1 Corinthians 15. Posttribulationists interpret the […]
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 […]