Question:

I find your rapture article highly inaccurate as you throw verses together that clearly have no harmony with the calling up of God's people. How else does a world order be ushered in without millions going missing?  If there is no rapture there is no changing of the bodies. Christ isn't physically on the earth and Christ gave no number as to how many times he would return. That article is misleading and false I'm sorry bro, not to be rude. 


Answer:

This is a classic example of someone who rejects the teachings found in the Bible because they do not meet what he has already decided must be true.

Notice first of all that no scriptural evidence is given to suppot his claims; yet, he dismisses the Scriptures cited as being thrown together. This doesn't give anyone a reason to consider his viewpoint. Compare the article on premillennialism by David Tant.

Regarding the number of times Jesus will return to the earth: "so Christ was offered once to bear the sins of many. To those who eagerly wait for Him He will appear a second time, apart from sin, for salvation" (Hebrews 9:28).