The Rapture: Christianity's Most Preposterous Belief

The Rapture Christianity s Most Preposterous Belief There continue to be many questions concerning the Rapture of the Church and its apparent contrast with the Second Coming of Jesus Christ Where does this strange view come from Is the term rapture eve

  • Title: The Rapture: Christianity's Most Preposterous Belief
  • Author: Chuck Missler
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 463
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • There continue to be many questions concerning the Rapture of the Church and its apparent contrast with the Second Coming of Jesus Christ Where does this strange view come from Is the term rapture even in the Bible Clearly, the idea of the Rapture can be considered the most preposterous belief in Biblical Christianity The situation regarding the doctrine of the RThere continue to be many questions concerning the Rapture of the Church and its apparent contrast with the Second Coming of Jesus Christ Where does this strange view come from Is the term rapture even in the Bible Clearly, the idea of the Rapture can be considered the most preposterous belief in Biblical Christianity The situation regarding the doctrine of the Rapture is painfully similar to the famous quote by Dr Richard Feynman, speaking of quantum physics I think it is safe to say that no one understands quantum mechanics in fact, it is often stated of all the theories proposed in this century, the silliest is quantum theory Some say that the only thing that quantum theory has going for it, in fact, is that it is unquestionably correct.
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    • Jeremy says:

      I did enjoy the book, but I am still skeptical. Most rapture books are trying to prove the pre-millennial view of eschatology. I'm ok with that, but what I'm interested in is some real scriptural evidence of the thing most evangelicals seem to take for granted: the rapture. People claim a ton of references speak of the rapture but they are in fact only referring to the second coming of Jesus. The second coming of Jesus is held by Protestants and Catholics, pre-millennialists, amillenialists; in [...]

    • Dave Bryan says:

      An excellent and honest review of what the Scriptures say and DON'T SAY about the "blessed hope" of Christ's return An excellent and honest treatment of what Scripture says - and DOESN'T SAY - about the BLESSED HOPE of Christ's return for his Bride. As always, I appreciate DR. Missler's unbiased approach and open-minded treatment of the rapture.

    • Amy Walker says:

      The theory is based entirely on pride.The author's explanation hangs on his belief that God wouldn't leave his people to suffer the tribulation. This belief is rooted in pride and self importance. The truth is. the tribulation period is like the Refiners fire and the Lord will return at the LAST trumpet to "separate the sheep from the goats."

    • Jacqueline Jones says:

      Read This Book! Jesus is coming!!!The best explanation of the rapture I have ever read. Carefully written and supported by God's Word. Buy it now!

    • richard.bjorklundgmail.com says:

      Highly recommendedThe contents are well presented, with some new insights for me, even after years of studying the Bible. The copy editing leaves something to be desired with an occasional missing or additional word, but the context clearly shows what is meant. Highly recommended for all students of the Bible, and for anyone interested in the "Left Behind" books or movies, as well as those curious about what God's next step will be in his program for the ages.

    • Ron Thomason says:

      Be PreparedAlways based on Scripture, Missler supports his theological understanding and interpretation. There seam to be signs indicating Jesus will return sooner than later. We do not know when, but we are warned every Christian must be ready. This book is the best discussion I have found yet. Take heed!

    • Angus Campbell says:

      Are you a committed follower?Enjoyed the book, it is well rooted in scripture. To a committed Christ follower this book should be on this reading list.

    • Candy says:

      Be ready!This is a well documented,easy to understand,biblically sound account of what believers and unbelievers can expect. Powerfully persuasive for those who have eyes to see.

    • Ralph says:

      Best support for the rapture by perhaps the greatest intellect of our age.

    • Bill McDonald says:

      ScholarlyDr. Missler believes in a literal interpretation of the Bible in most cases. He is very careful to document his conclusions about the Rapture.

    • Will says:

      Don't bother

    • Mary Phillips says:

      Walt Phillips This was a well written book well researched and interesting. I would recommend it to any serious bible student. Dr Missler exudes enthusiasm and is convincing.

    • Laurie LeVal says:

      Reaffirms my belief 5 fold!He uses scripture to back up his "theories," and is brief in his reasoning and summaries. It just makes sense!

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