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Church and the Tribulation: A Biblical Examination of Posttribulationism Paperback – October 14, 1999
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There are a lot of mean spirited words on both sides of the camp. I commend Robert Gundry in his ability to present a cogent argument from scripture without vitriol, but with love. I will be buying his other book on the subject soon, "First the Antichrist".
In the first chapter of this 1973 book, he states the following:
"The present thesis is threefold: (1) direct, unquestioned statements of Scripture that Jesus Christ will return after the tribulation and that the first resurrection will occur after the tribulation, coupled with the absence of statements placing similar events before the tribulation, make it natural to place the rapture of the church after the tribulation; (2) the theological and exegetical grounds for pretribulationism rest on insufficient evidence, non sequitur reasoning, and faulty exegesis; (3) positive indications of a posttribulational rapture arise out of proper exegesis of relevant Scripture passages and derive support from the history of the doctrine."
Here are some quotations from the book:
"But will not the 144,000 Jews evangelize the world by heralding the Gospel of the kingdom during the tribulation? Not a single statement in Scripture supports this common tenet... The two passages which speak of the 144,000 (Rev.Read more ›
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No matter where you fall on the pre, mid, post scale this is an excellent example of the post trib view. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Charlesj
excellent refutation of all the silly arguments for pretribulation rapture.Published on July 18, 2014 by Mary C. Erikson
I like this book, it is well written and deals with the subject matter in a balanced way.
The whole issue of Pre or Post-Tribulation rapture has many arguements from... Read more
He claims to be a dispensationalist but not a pretribulationist. Saying a clean break between dispensations would favor pretribulation. Read morePublished on June 26, 2013 by Kryptonite
Top-shelf exegetical work with a cognizance to the teachings of the early church (ante-Nicene) fathers, as well as making note of views of other commentators of divergent... Read morePublished on June 11, 2013 by Michael W. Rynning
Robert Gundry explains the biblical basis for the belief in a post-tribulation rapture. This book is the most systematic and scholarly work I have ever read on the post-tribulation... Read morePublished on May 13, 2013 by M. Haller