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The Sun Will Go Dark, the Moon Turn to Blood (ebook)

The Sun Will Go Dark, the Moon Turn to Blood (ebook)

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For well over 100 years, one topic of great interest in some Christian circles is how the world is going to end. Movies and novels have been written about it. Many have heard of the rapture, the Antichrist, and the Tribulation. In this book, we look at the key passages to see if these popular plotlines actually line up with Scripture.

Preface: The End Times Plotline 

1. Things will get worse and worse.
2. Israel becomes a nation.   
3. We will be caught up in the air.
4. Magog will attack Israel.
5. These have come out of the Great Tribulation.
6. Antichrist is coming.
7. He seats himself in the temple as God.
8. They gathered at the place called Armageddon.
9. They bound him for a thousand years.
10. I saw a great white throne. 

Epilog: The Biblical Plotline


"Here is Matthew 24:38-41:

'As they were in those days before the Flood -- eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage -- right up until the day Noah entered the ark, and they did not know until the Flood came and took them all, so also will be the arrival of the Son of Humanity. Then two will be in the field. One is taken, and one is left. As two women are grinding in the mill, one is taken and one is left.'

"As Craig Keener and others have shown, this passage is actually saying something dramatically different than what we think of as the rapture. If we follow the train of thought, those that the Flood takes away are not the saved, but the damned! The passage is not talking about the taking away of the righteous, but the sweeping away of those who are wicked.

"It is the same in Luke’s version. Luke 17:34-35 talk about one being taken and one left. Then the disciples ask where they are taken. Jesus’ response is that they are taken to where the vultures gather around dead bodies (17:37). Far from supporting the dispensational understanding of the rapture, these verses picture the righteous remaining on earth in the coming kingdom, and the unrighteous being taken away."

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