- He Himself bore our Sicknesses and carried our Pains
- Deissmann on parousia
- Many Shall Come from the East and West
- Jesus fulfills the Law and the Prophets
- Why did Moses break the stone tablets?
- The story of a cross in Spring Lake
- The Mystery of Iniquity in II Thessalonians 2:7
- On Them a Light Has Dawned
- What Child Is This?
- The final birth pains versus the beginning of the birth pains
Category Archives: Posttribulationalism
Post-Tribbers have loved Revelation 16:15 for quite some time. To them, this is positive proof in the chronological narrative that Jesus has not yet returned by the sixth bowl. Chronology in the book of Revelation can sometimes be difficult. It … Continue reading
Theological juggernaut, Walter Martin, was not pre-trib. I remember when I wanted to start reading about how different cults like Mormonism, the Watchtower, and Islam fell short in comparison to the Word of God, every commentary seemed to quote The … Continue reading
With the recent rerelease of Zondervan’s latest edition of Three Views on the Rapture, people are bound to ask the big question, “So who won the debate?” After any debate, critics from all sides will appear out of the woodwork … Continue reading
The first response to the posttrib position is written by Craig Blaising coming from a pretrib point of view, but perhaps more importantly he writes from a Progressive Dispensational point of view. This is important because much of the Historicist viewpoint that Douglas … Continue reading
The third rapture position presented in the latest version of Zondervan’s book entitled Three Views on the Rapture is the Posttribulational Rapture view. It is written by Douglas Moo who is well known for his scholarship in other areas and … Continue reading