Day of the Lord

The “Terminus A Quo” of The Day of the Lord – A Review

Filed in Biblical Studies, Day of the Lord, Prewrath by on March 14, 2017

The “Terminus A Quo” of The Day of the Lord: The Deciding Argument forPretribulationism — By: Jerry M. Hullinger, JMAT 19:2 (Fall 2015) After twenty years of study concerning the eschatological return of Jesus Christ for the joyous aerial reunion with his entire bride, we continue to marvel at the now thoroughly discredited defense of […]

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The Rapture in Matthew 24

The Rapture in Matthew 24 A defense of the PreWrath rapture position stands or falls with the conclusion that Matthew 24 deals with this important event. At the heart of the PreWrath position is the insistence that Matthew 24 does not speak of any details regarding the wrath of God. That is to say, this […]

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The Rapture: the Old Testament Foundation

A Day of Visitation Charles Cooper       For some believers, the timing of the Lord’s return to rapture the saints is more important than any other New Testament study. Much has been written about it and the views are diverse. But even more fundamental questions have not been the focus of earnest discussion: Why have […]

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A Biblical Response to Eric Douma – Part 4

I am responding to Eric Douma’s sermon on April 3rd 2011, “The Day of The LORD: A Look at the Imminent Day of Salvation and Judgment.” We continue. Douma claims that the term “birth pangs” in the Bible is a technical term for the day of the Lord. That is, every time it is found […]

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A Biblical Response to Eric Douma – Part 3

Filed in Day of the Lord, Pretribulationism by on December 13, 2011

I am responding to Eric Douma’s sermon on April 3rd 2011, “The Day of The LORD: A Look at the Imminent Day of Salvation and Judgment.” We continue. In this part, I will respond to Douma’s repeated error of equating the “thief” imagery with “imminence.” In part one I responded to this misunderstanding as it […]

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