Have modern Christians been enlightened or misled? 'Left behind' has been a catch phrase in American church culture for more than a decade, but pretribulation beliefs were virtually unheard of before the eighteenth century. Many modern-day believers await the return of the Lord to rapture the Church before a turbulent tribulation period, expecting unbelievers to be left behind to suffer the horrors of this seven-year period. This popular belief is promoted from many evangelical pulpits and popularized by books and movies, but does it really line up with the Bible?
Dr. Barber provides a careful examination of Scripture and a critical analysis of the biblical commentaries that form the basis of the pretribulation rapture belief. Once a pretribulationist himself, he found that his in-depth study of the Bible quickly revealed the errors of this position. With spiritual, biblical, and intellectual insight, The Day of the Lord: The Key to Understanding End-Time Prophecy challenges the very foundation of pretribulation theology. Dr. Barber stresses the importance of sola scriptura as he guides readers through his compelling and convincing argument for a clearer understanding of end-times prophecy.
|Publisher||Tate Publishing & Enterprises|
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