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Now, if you'll think with me just a bit, it becomes quite obvious how totally unworkable Pastor Anderson's teachings are. So will the saints be forced to receive the Mark of the Beast during those 75 days?
Eschatological documentary exposing the false teachings the pre-tribulation rapture. Live church services held at Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, Arizona. Well supported with relevant texts from the scriptures, Anderson blows apart the false teachings of pre-tribulation. We hear a lot about the Tribulation on earth, but what happens after the After the Tribulation, believers who were raptured will join the angels as the armies of .
If the saints don't get raptured until 75 days after the AOD, then how will they buy or sell during that time without the Mark of the Beast? How can Brother Anderson explain this? Now read carefully the next passage of Scripture. Here's a detailed explanation of The Days Of Daniel.
It cannot! There would be plenty of Tribulation time remaining minus 75, which would equal more days! So which is it? I say that kindly. For an excellent, lengthy, intriguing and concise manual on Bible prophecy, I highly recommend Dr. Max D.
Walvoord's "Rapture Question" says her view resembles the "partial-rapture view" and Lindsey's "The Rapture" admits that "she definitely teaches a partial rapture. The Jews will believe in Jesus when they look upon him and will be saved. And the armies in heaven, clothed in fine linen, white and clean, followed Him on white horses. Though we may face great suffering and persecution for a little while, Revelation 21 reminds us that at the end of time, God will wipe away every tear; that there shall be no more death, nor sorrow, nor crying, nor pain — for the former things shall have passed away. Oh, and if you want to be possessed and inhabited by Demonic forces, which will be harmful to you and those you love, just keep studying the demonic material. You made a distinction between the Tribulation and God's Wrath and pointed to Revelation as the beginning of God's Wrath but that is actually the Wrath of the Lamb. Ice, BTW, has a "Ph.
By lifting a text out of the context, you can easily change the meaning to mean something untrue. The proper interpretation of a particular Bible passage is identified when a suggested meaning agrees with the whole of Scripture. Although the Lord didn't know the timing of the Rapture Mark , He certainly knew that it would occur Mark In Mark chapter 13, Jesus is teaching His disciples about future events, but then in verse 33 He makes a personal appeal to them to be on their toes, and WATCH, because they don't know when the Rapture may happen, lest they get caught off guard not faithfully serving their Lord and Master.
I respectfully disagree with Pastor Anderson, although I respect anyone's right to disagree with me. The peace process ends when the Antichrist stands up from the rebuilt temple in Jerusalem and claims to be god, demanding worship of his image or death Revelation Kent Hovind denounces the Pre-Tribulation Rapture. Kent Hovind is wrong about a Young Earth and he's wrong about the Rapture. The Bible teaches an Old Earth. Dinosaurs never co-existed amongst mankind. Certainly, our doctrinal beliefs ought to finalize in personal Bible study and not upon what men have taught us; however, any Bible student would be unwise to disregard the diligent hard work, intense life-long studies and exegesis of great theologians concerning the Scriptures.
I would be VERY leery about adopting a new doctrine. John R. Rice wrote over books, founded over a dozen churches and led numerous city-wide campaigns to bring America to Jesus Christ. Brother Rice taught a Pre-Tribulation Rapture! Was this mighty scholar and great man of God wrong?
The following is Dr. Rice's explanation of the Pre-Tribulation Rapture Then after the Great Tribulation which will occur in Daniel's seventieth week, as I believe , Christ will return with these saints and with angels to fight the battle of Armageddon, to destroy the kingdom of the Antichrist, and to set up His throne at Jerusalem and reign on the earth for a thousand years of joy and peace. There are two separate phases of Christ's coming. That for which we wait is His coming into the air to receive His saints. Then after the tribulation time, those who will have been converted on the earth will long for Christ's return, with us, to set up His kingdom.
It is this second phase of Christ's coming, when He shall come literally to the earth to take charge and to reign, that is discussed in this passage. How about the legendary pastor, author and man of God, Pastor Lee Roberson! Was Dr. Read Dr. Roberson's inspiring book, Some Golden Daybreak! Curtis Hutson gives 6 reasons for a pretribulation Rapture. Alex Jones' claims that he doesn't believe in evolution, but he continually teaches it , referring to man's caveman-like instincts, plainly denying the Genesis account of creation.
Alex Jones increasingly has been treading on holy ground by trampling down the truth of God's Word with his various heathen ideologies, false doctrines and heretical philosophies on life. Alex knows his stuff when it comes to the New World Order; but he is a lost sheep when it comes to the truth of God's Word in the Bible.
Alex claims to believe that the Bible is inspired, which is awesome, but he needs to stop making BOLD spiritual statements unless he knows they are true! Alex dogmatically makes a lot of bold statements that are total heresy; such as, his claim that the Pre-Tribulation Rapture doctrine is of the Devil.
Pastor Steve Anderson claims that John Darby put out his own version of the Bible and was the first to introduce the idea of a Pre-Tribulation Rapture. That's not completely true, the doctrine of the Pre-Tribulation Rapture has been held by the New Testament Church for the past 2, years! Alex talks about the blood of Jesus. Alex says that he loves God. Yet I've never heard Alex present a clear understanding of what it means to be a Christian.
Unsaved Catholics praise the blood of Jesus. Unsaved Muslims say they love God. Unsaved Church of Christ attend church every Sunday. Unsaved Seventh-Day Adventists are very religious. But they're all on their way to Hell, failing to have been born-again by the Spirit of God, by faith in the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ as full-payment for our sins. Like many people, Alex has adopted the philosophy of Christianity, but he doesn't have the Holy Spirit in Him Romans If he did he'd have the spirit of truth and would teach the Biblical gospel instead of a New Age mumbo-jumbo.
It is my opinion that Alex Jones and Mike Adam's use religion as a tool to further their work, but they've never been born-again John I say this kindly and with much respect for Alex's incredible work and defense of liberty. I am obligated as a minister of the gospel and as a Christian to refute heresy wherever it rears its ugly head. The Biblical gospel is very plain. Although the doctrine of WHEN the Rapture occurs doesn't have anything to do with being saved, it is an important doctrine to one's growth as a Christian. Those who adhere to a Post-Tribulation philosophy tend to also be corrupt in other areas, particularly on salvation.
Many proponents of a Post-Tribulation Rapture have the false notion that enduring persevering is required for salvation. It is a false teaching that a person must endure until the end to be saved. The truth is that we are saved solely by Christ's righteousness and not by our own self-righteousness in any way. As far as I know, Pastor Steve L. Anderson is correct on salvation; but Dr.
Hovind has recently adopted a Post-Tribulation philosophy see Dr. Hovind interview in After The Tribulation film. Hovind used to teach the Pre-Tribulation Rapture, but has changed his views, as are many apostate Christians today. The Bible clearly teaches a Pre-Tribulation Rapture. If the Rapture were to come after the 7-year Tribulation period, there are many illogical problems with that teaching. Why would Jesus Rapture all the saints up into the air as 1st Thessalonians teaches, after the Tribulation, just to simultaneously return to the earth to set-up His millennial Kingdom?
A Post-Tribulation Rapture makes no sense. It just doesn't fit Biblical prophecy if you compare Scripture-with-Scripture. I'll get into this more in a moment, but first here's some helpful articles to read Anderson does believe in a Rapture, but he says it will happen after the horrors of the Tribulation period.
Again, the preceding scenario creates so many illogical, impossible and problematic issues that it can easily be debunked by any HONEST Bible student. Steve Anderson says that it is unbiblical to teach that Christ may return at any time without warning. Anderson claims that the Pre-Tribulation Rapture is based upon tradition and not the Bible.
Pastor Anderson is wrong, wrong, wrong!!! Rice The clearest point in all His teaching on the second coming is that no one knows when it will be. Consider Mark "But of that day and that hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels which are in heaven, neither the Son, but the Father. Watch ye therefore: for ye know not when the master of the house cometh, at even, or at midnight, or at the cock crowing, or in the morning: Lest coming suddenly he find you sleeping.
Now observe the clear teaching of the Saviour that no man can know the time:. The angels do not know when Jesus will come. The Lord Jesus Himself while on earth did not know when He would return. Jesus said His second coming was so wholly unpredictable that it was illustrated by the servants waiting for their master's return. The master might come in the evening, midnight, cock-crowing or in the morning. In this world no one can foretell even approximately when Jesus will return and when this age will end.
If the more than nineteen hundred years which have already elapsed since Christ promised to return be divided up into four watches or periods to represent evening, midnight, cock-crowing and morning, we find that Jesus is saying that no one can know even within centuries of the time of His return. The all-important teaching of Jesus about His return is that He may come at any moment. His coming is imminent. The book of Revelation details the wars, famines, pestilences, horrors, beheadings, disasters and most frightening nightmares imaginable come to life.
No science-fiction tops the shocking reality of the prophecies given to mankind in Revelation. Pastor Anderson alleges that none of this comprises the Tribulation period. Anderson claims that there is NO such thing as the Tribulation, which is a total denial of Daniel's 70th week. God will inflict the horrors of the Tribulation upon the world. The Tribulation will be a time of God's wrath poured out upon the world.
Isaiah teaches us that God is going to punish the world for their evil. This happens during the 7-year Tribulation period, which is Daniel's 70th week in prophecy. It's really frustrating to see such a firecracker kind of guy, zealous as can be, half-cocked and running with a big heresy. But that's OK, that is the nature of preaching. I respect other preacher's right to disagree with me. I count Steven Anderson as a friend in the Lord. I endorse his ministry, even though I don't agree with everything that Pastor Anderson teaches or does.
Check and see, and you'll find it's true, that most of the heretics denying the Pre-Tribulation Rapture totally ignore Daniel's 70th week and the preponderance of Old Testament prophecies. I can understand how someone could form a Post-Tribulational view if they don't use the Scriptures to form their opinions. One of the strongest determining factors in favor of a PreTribulation Rapture is the impossibility of all other considerations!!!
There are too many problems with a PreWrath Rapture? If the saints go through the Tribulation, then what humans go into the Millennium period? No unsaved people the tares will enter into Christ's Millennial Kingdom. Biblically, the saints saved during the Tribulation period will enter into the Millennium. This can only happen if there is a PreTribulation Rapture. Alex Jones doesn't even know any Bible. I like Alex Jones, but he frustrates his Christian listeners when he makes bold spiritually corrupt statements, errant assumptions and misleads millions of people.
Alex lacks spiritual discernment and he's arrogant about his false views, which is the worst possible combination. Look again at the list of doctrinal differences which I presented to you earlier, and you cannot possibly reconcile the Rapture with the Second Coming to occur at the SAME time. It's just not possible! Pastor Anderson alleges that the reason why so many Christians are misled as he claims to believe in a Pre-Trib Rapture is because they are confused between God's wrath verses Tribulation. They claim that God never called homosexuality a sin. It's a perversion of the truth, as Romans foretold the wicked would do.
Brother Anderson wrestles and twists the Scriptures to support his unbiblical position. Anderson completely attacks the word tribulation, totally disregarding all of the Old Testament passages which prophesy of a coming time of Tribulation in the world. Please read, Pre-Trib Evidence. The Bible is like a big puzzle.
The way you solve a puzzle is by comparing one piece with another. If a particular suggested interpretation or doctrine doesn't fit with the entire Bible in agreement, then you know you have the wrong interpretation. When all of the Bible is in agreement, then you know that you have the correct meaning.
In a puzzle, you assemble the outside frame first, and then work your way from general to specific. That's how you study the Bible correctly, comparing spiritual with spiritual, line upon line, and precept upon precept, here a little and there a little Isaiah Pastor Anderson and Alex Jones haven't got passed general teachings. You've got professed Christians who casually read the Bible, forming opinions and final conclusions without proper diligent study. The average person is a lazy thinker and relies upon others to teach them about God. Are you willing to risk being wrong?
In the case of the Rapture, either the Lord's return is imminent or it's not. Pastor Anderson says that Jesus' imminent return is a fairy-tale, a lie, untrue! In sharp contrast, Jesus taught that even the angels in Heaven don't know when the Lord is going to return. Jesus plainly stated in Mark The Bible teaches that Christians will be delivered from the wrath to come in the Tribulation, but Anderson says the opposite, that is, he teaches that Christians will suffer the horrors of the Tribulation period under the reign of the Antichrist. Pastor Anderson doesn't even mention Daniel's 70th week which is clearly the 7-year Tribulation period.
Has he studied the Bible? The Old Testament contains much prophecy concerning the future. Biblically, Israel is the center of the world, which is important to remember when trying to understand Biblical prophecy. Know therefore and understand, that from the going forth of the commandment to restore and to build Jerusalem unto the Messiah the Prince shall be seven weeks, and threescore and two weeks: the street shall be built again, and the wall, even in troublous times. And after threescore and two weeks shall Messiah be cut off, but not for himself: and the people of the prince that shall come shall destroy the city and the sanctuary; and the end thereof shall be with a flood, and unto the end of the war desolations are determined.
And he shall confirm the covenant with many for one week: and in the midst of the week he shall cause the sacrifice and the oblation to cease, and for the overspreading of abominations he shall make it desolate, even until the consummation, and that determined shall be poured upon the desolate. Brother Anderson attempts to separate God's wrath from the Tribulation period, saying that God's wrath comes AFTER the Tribulation; but the Bible is abundantly clear that the Tribulation will be a time of God pouring out His anger and fury upon the wicked. Paul said to comfort one another with the teaching of the Pre-Tribulation Rapture 1st Thessalonians What comfort would there be if we're going through the horrifying Tribulation?
God delivered Noah and his family from the judgment of the flood. God delivered righteous Lot and his family from Sodom before He utterly destroyed it. Jeremiah and Daniel are very important to understand the purpose of the Tribulation. Steven Anderson totally ignores the Old Testament in his presentation. Notice in 1st Corinthians that the saints will be raptured, caught up and changed in the twinkling of an eye also see Philippians about having our bodies fashioned like unto the Lord's body For this corruptible must put on incorruption, and this mortal must put on immortality.
So when this corruptible shall have put on incorruption, and this mortal shall have put on immortality, then shall be brought to pass the saying that is written, Death is swallowed up in victory. This is not the corruption putting on incorruption which happens at the Rapture 1st Corinthians !
Where do those human bodies come from to enter the millennium? The Bible also teaches that Satan will be released from the bottomless Pit toward the end of the 1, years to tempt mankind Revelation , which means that human beings will be present. Post-Tribulation proponents cannot account for this problem. It's the other way around my friend. Alex Jones has clung to Steve Anderson for theological support, as a secondary authority, because he cannot use the Bible to defend his heresy!
In his lengthy film, he doesn't actually explain how a Post-Trib Rapture is differentiated between the Second Coming. He can't because it doesn't make sense doctrinally, so he doesn't go there. Look and you'll see that critics of a Pre-Tribulation Rapture never really explain the difference between Christ's Second Coming and their idea of the Rapture. They just criticize diligent Bible scholars and ministers who preach a Pre-Trib Rapture, but they never really explain how their position relates to all of the other doctrines in the Bible.
Stepping on a garden hose affects everything down stream. The Pre-Tribulation Rapture of the Church is a vital doctrine of the Christian faith, which if corrupted will change a person's view of all the aforementioned doctrines and others. He spends his time in the video bashing other preachers who disagree with him, but he fails to explain all of the intricacies that easily disprove his teachings. Anyone can be critical, but it requires diligent Bible study to properly discern prophecy.
I haven't thought about that old game for years, but it's fitting for this article. It was kind of like bingo, but you'd sink your opponents battleship instead. It's not that hard to sink the PreWrath or Post-Tribulationist's ship, because they're riding on the Titanic doctrinally!
Now if you believe a Pre-Tribulation Rapture, which is what the Bible teaches, then it all makes perfect sense. The people saved during the Tribulation are the humans who enter into the Millennium. They are the wheat saved left behind after the tares unsaved are removed from the four corners of the earth.
That is, they are entering bodily into the kingdom of Christ's Millennial reign. That's quite a difference! One of the best books I've read on Biblical prophecy is Dr. Oliver B. It's not free, but it taught me a lot about prophecy. I learned from Dr. Greene that Jesus is the capstone of the pyramid of prophecy Revelation , and that prophecy is history written in advance!
Those are pretty great statements. Unlike Steve Anderson's film, Dr. Greene's books are packed with a ton of Scriptures! Don't rely on the internet for your doctrines! Here's a thorough, free, excellent exegesis on Biblical prophecy by Dr. PDF file. If your church teaches anything other than a Pre-Trib Rapture, get out! I wouldn't spend 5 seconds in a church that doesn't believe and teach that Jesus may return at any moment.
I can't believe that Pastor Anderson says Jesus is not coming back without warning at any time. That's apostasy and heresy! The entire message of Jesus was that He may return at any time, so believers had better be on their toes, faithfully serving God. And every man that hath this hope in him purifieth himself , even as he is pure. There is no need for hope, because we know that Christ cannot come if Pastor Anderson is correct until after the sun and moon are darkened and all the events of Revelation unfold.
The irony is that they're causing the very problem they claim to be solving with the heresy of a Post-Tribulation Rapture. By teaching that Jesus will not return until all the horrible things in Revelation happen first, all motivation is gone to be ready for the Lord's return! Jesus' disciples asked Him when He was going to return in Mark Here's Jesus' response Anderson denies an event called the Tribulation. Of course, Mr.
Anderson is very wrong and doesn't know what he's talking about, respectfully. Christ's imminency imminent return is the central theme of all His prophetic teachings. The element of surprise has been the Biblical motivation for believers to live right and stay busy for God for the past 2, years.
So where is the motivation to serve God? Granted, we should serve God out of love and gratitude; however, the New Testament plainly uses the uncertain timing of Christ's imminent return as a compelling motivation to be faithful about doing the Master's work, because He may return at any time. Jesus was plainly speaking to His disciples and not the unsaved. Clearly, this is solid evidence of a Pre-Tribulation Rapture as the Bible proclaims. Again, Pastor Anderson says that there's not one verse in the Bible that teaches a PreTrib Rapture or Tribulation period and he's right if you only view the Bible as a newspaper ; yet he fails to see the prophetic picture which can only be reached by deductive reasoning.
By considering the various passages of Scripture and establishing first we we do know as factual, then it becomes just a matter of the process of elimination to come to a logical conclusion concerning the Rapture doctrine. Again, the word may be a recent invention, but the doctrine has been there for 2, years. Furthermore, Christians 1, years ago did come to the same conclusions.
The Bible screams a Pre-Trib Rapture loud and clear, but you have to rightly divide the word of truth. Wisdom of God Verses the Wisdom of Man. Pastor Anderson makes a compelling argument, which he unquestionable is very sincere is espousing. And account that the longsuffering of our Lord is salvation; even as our beloved brother Paul also according to the wisdom given unto him hath written unto you; As also in all his epistles, speaking in them of these things; in which are some things hard to be understood, which they that are unlearned and unstable wrest, as they do also the other scriptures, unto their own destruction.
Ye therefore, beloved, seeing ye know these things before, beware lest ye also, being led away with the error of the wicked , fall from your own stedfastness. But grow in grace, and in the knowledge of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.
To him be glory both now and for ever. Granted, the doctrine of the Rapture is NOT necessary to one's salvation. The important thing is that a person is accurate on the plan of salvation. Hence, the Bible warns that we should look and be on guard, lest Satan sinfully lead us away from Christ through philosophies, vain deceit and the established secular principles. Alex Jones is one of the most influential people in America today, reaching out to millions of listeners and viewers each day.
Unfortunately, Alex almost daily denies the PreTrib Rapture doctrine. It's not like I enjoy exposing heretics, especially not when I have to preach against the straying away of friends from the truth. Alex Jones And Bashing Preachers. Alex has been bashing churches and preachers regularly on his show.
If anyone in this country ought to be thanked and holy hands uplifted—it's preachers on the firing line for God. I heard Alex say on February 1, that his daily show is there to straighten out America's preachers. Kindly, Alex is writing-off all preachers as a whole. Alex regularly expresses contempt for preachers in general.
I've noticed that there's a common hatred and contempt for preachers these days.
I realized one day that many people are just preacher-haters and are always scrutinizing preachers to find any and every sin, fault and mistake they can find. False doctrines plague the internet! From the lie of Lordship Salvation to the Post-Tribulation Rapture heresy, Satan is working relentlessly to steal, kill and destroy! Please study this Biblically accurate and helpful prophetic chart of Revelation by Dr.
Harry Ironside. This means that Christ could return at any time, without signs or warning. The return of the Lord Jesus Christ is imminent, unpredictable and will be sudden when it happens, in the twinkling of an eye 1st Corinthians Even so, come, Lord Jesus! Ye Must Be Born Again! It's not what you're doing that gets you to Heaven, it's where you're looking.
Look to Jesus.