A Reply to Pretrib Thomas Ross and His Faulty Understanding of the Aorist Greek Tense-Form in Revelation 6:17

Thomas Ross of Mukwonago Baptist Church in Mukwonago, Wisconsin has written a critique of the prewrath position. One particular point that Ross asserts is the following: Furthermore, the fact that God’s wrath “is come” in Revelation 6:17 is an aorist indicative indicates that past time is the strong basic predisposition, so that the fundamental tendency for interpretation […]

Prewrath Has Been Refuted!

Doug Stauffer has refuted the prewrath position on Prophecy in the News. Starting at 24:30 into this interview Stauffer launched this most irrefutable, decisive blow against the prewrath position: There you have it folks, prewrath is wrong because, in Stauffer’s own words: It’s just not a good eschatological teaching. Time to close shop. Throw away […]

Do the 24 Elders in the Book of Revelation “Represent” the Church? A Reply to Pretribulationism – Ep. 7

http://traffic.libsyn.com/thebiblicalprophecyprogram/007-Do_the_24_Elders_in_the_Book_of_Revelation_Represent_the_Church_A_Reply_to_Pretribulationism.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedI talked about the issue of the identify of the 24 elders in Revelation 4–5. Pretribulationism argues that the body of twenty-four elders “represent” the church and therefore the rapture will happen before the “tribulation period.” I responded to a couple of their key arguments and showed […]