Much has been written and taught about the coming of Christ for His Church. Unfortunately, most of our modern day teachings on this important doctrine are misleading, to say the least. Bill Vincent has studied for years and is now releasing his findings in this book, Rapture Revelations. A careful scrutiny of the Scriptures will reveal the truth about the second coming of Christ, which is generally refered to as "the rapture".
In Rapture Revelations, Vincent sets out to correct the most obvious errors of the pre-tribulation doctrine and to establish the basic foundations for understanding the truth of the matter. Great care is taken to follow the guidelines of Scripture and the Biblical basis of doctrinal interpretation, precept upon precept, and line upon line. This is the only method of interpretation used in the pages of Rapture Revelations. Since God Himself revealed His method of understanding doctrine, the author believes it to be the best method to use. Therefore, with your Bible in hand, follow along with the Scriptures quoted and see if you don't find truth within its pages.
In Rapture Revelations, Bill answers questions that many do not know the answers to. Be open and allow this page-turner to open up the biggest controversial subject of the rapture of Jesus Christ. If you are a lover of truth, you will enjoy this basic presentation of Biblical facts, concerning the doctrine of the "gathering together" of Christ's saints unto Himself.
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This book is about the End Times and the Rapture.
The author goes over certain lines in the Bible as well as
Tribulation, Mid Tribulation, and the Post Tribulation of the Rapture.
Joe Farnsworth did well with tone and the pacing of the book with his narration.
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- jean doe
The author clearly states in the beginning that people should not spread their opinions and interpretations of the Bible, then proceeds to do just that. He says his great friends are wrong for teaching a different interpretation than he has, but he won't let that bother him. He will just pray for them to find guidance to the right path (not a quote). I disagree with many of his ideas and statements, especially when he says repeatedly, "The Bible clearly states..." I have studied the Bible for 30 years and haven't found too many things that are clearly stated. All that being said, he does present some good arguments and interpretations that warrant a look back. But it remains just that, an interpretation. He states many times that he goes "line by line, precept by precept." However, each line and precept is still subject to interpretation, leaving us to choose whether we follow his interpretation or someone else's; basically faith in a nutshell anyway. A religious person would love or abhor it, but a scientific person will see it for what it is, yet another interpretation of a book that has caused strife for hundreds of years because it is all interpretation.
I have listened to one other book by him and it had the same evangelical slant.
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