Biblical Studies on the Prophecies of the Rapture and Revelation - presents an introduction to and exploration of the Bible's teachings about the Return of Jesus Christ. The study distinguishes the Rapture from the Revelation. It is an affirmation of the Premillennial / Pre-Tribulation Rapture / Dispensational view of the Second Coming. Explored are: various theological positions of the Return of Christ, Biblical history, insights from key Scripture passages, and the author's theological journey on the subject.
Russell writes for inquiring members of the laity, clergy and seminarian. His work provides edification, inspiration and a wealth of Biblical knowledge. By working together strands of history, theology, Biblical studies, statistics and even humor - Biblical Studies on the Prophecies of the Rapture and Revelation - offers a broad approach to its subject. Consistent approaches to hermeneutics are presented. The book addresses the Unconditional Covenant God has made with Israel; kindly refutes 'Replacement Theology', as well as the Amil and Post-mil views; defines Daniel's 70th Week; considers the future Tribulation and Millennial Kingdom; reminds of God's Sovereignty and Providence; warns of sensationalism and date setting; presents the 'signs of the times'; and touches on Apostasy.
Admonishments for practical Christian living are interwoven as the reader is encouraged to seek paths of holy living. The book is a comprehensive eschatological work with significant amounts of doctrine, Biblical history, the history of Christianity, and interrelated eschatological considerations.
If you desire to understand the distinctions between the Rapture and the Revelation, seek a challenging and rewarding journey of study, and if you would be pleased to find your faith strengthened and your understanding increased, then - Biblical Studies on the Prophecies of the Rapture and Revelation - offers a helpful guide to your exploration.
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June 29, 2012
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