::  Rethinking the Olivet Discourse, Its Literary Structure, and Christ’s Teaching on the End Times

This paper asserts (1) that Jesus indeed teaches the disciples about the Rapture of the Church in the Olivet Discourse, (2) that Jesus teaches that the Rapture of the Church will be unexpected, unannounced, and at any moment—the pre-tribulation Rapture position, and (3) that the doctrine of Imminency is taught by Jesus Himself, not just by Paul.

::  The Rapture—and Its Timing (“Why You Can Trust the Pre-Trib Rapture”)

This paper offers nine major reasons why the pre-tribulation Rapture of the Church harmonizes seamlessly and perfectly with all Rapture prophecy—and can therefore be trusted unreservedly by the born-again Christian as the best view of the Rapture.

::  The Biblical Impossibility of the Post-Tribulation Rapture

This paper examines seven reasons why the post-tribulation Rapture is Biblically impossible.

::  The Biblical Impossibility of the Pre-Wrath Rapture

This paper examines five reasons why the pre-wrath Rapture is Biblically impossible.

::  The Historical and Biblical Impossibility of Partial Preterism

This paper shows the contradictions of Partial Preterism with known human history as well as Partial Preterism’s failure to harmonize with three key Bible texts.

::  Commentary on Ezekial 38-39

This paper analyzes the timing of Gog’s descent into Israel.

::   Is the Rebuilt City of Babylon in Present-Day Iraq the “Babylon the Great” Mentioned in the Book of Revelation?

This paper discusses the interpretive difficulties of the increasingly poplular view that the rebuilt city of Babylon in present-day Iraq is the “Babylon the Great” mentioned in the book of Revelation.

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