Rapture Myths, (Part Four, Conclusion)

   This is the conclusion of my 4-part series about the Rapture and the Tribulation. In past articles I have attempted to build my case, point-by-point, that Daniel 9:27 - the key text now being interpreted by modern scholars to support a “seven-year tribulation” theory - was actually fulfilled 2,000 years ago during the time of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. It was Jesus Himself who “confirmed” (see Galatians 3:17) “the [new] covenant” (see Matthew 26:28) with His people. Then, “in the midst of the week,” He Himself died on a cruel cross, thus causing the significance of all Jewish “sacrifice[s]” to “cease” forever (Daniel 9:27).


Lucifer’s Greatest Cover-Up

   We live in a shaky world where almost nothing is firm, don’t you agree? On August 23rd, 2011, at 2:00 PM EST, a 5.9 earthquake unexpectedly struck Mineral, Virginia, and was felt “from Toronto to New York and all the way to North Carolina.” Growing up in the Hollywood Hills, I’ve felt a number of earthquakes myself. Indeed, nothing is firm in this sinful world, not even the ground we walk on. Concerning the general topic of “God and religion,” speculation abounds. Every wind of doctrine is blowing, and spiritual “options” seem endless. Our mixed-up world definitely needs something solid, something sure, to point the way toward a bright future. I ...

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