Fellow Prewrather, and podcaster, Chris White, took a 4 year hiatus but is back in action. He blogs about the end times, specifically pointing out arguments and counter arguments for differing rapture positions. It seems that he has returned with a fresh new energy for getting information out to all of us. Note that if you scroll down through his blog, there will be essentially a 4 year jump in the dates. Here is a link:
The reason I noticed this is I got a pingback for my blog from his. (I made that confused look that my wife likes to make fun of.) I got over to his blog and saw the link, listened to the corresponding podcast, and realized he posted the link to provide his listeners with more information that he did not have time to delve into.
The article on my blog that he references is Revelation 14:14-16 Pictures the Rapture. I had been putting forth this idea on different forums that I participate in and wanted one central post where all of the information could be found by anyone who wanted to read on this subject. I had searched and had not found any article or any person who had something like what I envisioned. So this post that I wrote took a lot of time and was motivated by faith. Since that time many people have supported this idea that I have set forth in the article. One of the subjects that I discuss is the parallel language between Revelation 14:14-16 and the parable of the wheat and the tares.
Chris White’s podcast has mainly to do with the parable of the wheat and the tares and the idea that this is the resurrection and rapture because of the resurrection language used in Matthew 13:43 which parallels Daniel 12:1-3. I examine this as well in my article but my main focus is the language of Revelation 14:14-16. In the final two minutes of his podcast Chris sent his readers/listeners to “The Orange Mailman which I highly recommend. It’s one of the best Bible prophecy blogs on the internet.”
If you want to hear this high praise, or better yet, hear a podcast on how Matthew 24-25 cannot consistently support pretrib throughout the entire passage, and how Matthew 13:24-30, 36-43 (The Parable of the Wheat and the Tares) must refer to the resurrection and rapture which occur after the time of tribulation because of the Daniel 12:1-3 parallel, then take a stroll over to this podcast right here.
Thanks for the hat tip, Chris.
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