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Mr. Snyder appears to have a similar basis for his Bible research and it is no surprise since his background as an attorney would have left him trained to use supporting evidence. This book is very heavily documented with Scripture, sometimes being redundant for those of us who study the Bible often, but I understand why he did that so I did not deduct for it. I do wish he had left out some of the commentary, which can at times feel like it is denigrating others who do not understand his viewpoint. This is a touchy subject, as seen with the one star reviews and a straight forward laying out of facts would have been my approach. However, the facts are overwhelming and he has saved me months of research by writing the book. I was able to read it within a few days and then fact check his Greek (and some Hebrew) to see that he was correct on interpretations. I had early on believed from my readings of passages in the Old and New Testaments that the Ressurection (I don't care for the term Rapture) would happen in or at the end of the 7 years of Tribulation, but I actually had been leaning more towards the Pre-Tribulation after speaking with some Christians and Christian leaders who I assumed had studied more since I have mainly focused on researching fulfilled Prophecy to use as a testimony for the non-believers I am trying to inform. After reading the book and spending time verifying the claims, I am convinced he is correct.
I am surprised there are one star reviews of the book. Although it is hotly debated, I feel a one star review must just be an emotional response to a firmly held belief. The book is well documented and Scripture is clearly placed (if repetitive). It should at least deserve three stars for the evidence based conclusions and the systematic approach he took. As a Scientist who used to do research, I am glad to see the approach he used.
As believers of Christ, there is no reason we should attack esch other for what we believe anout this subject. We are all saved and whether I am correct in my current belief of the timing or if it is earlier, it will not change our final destiny in the vody of Christ. I recommend this book no matter what you believe. It will hopefully get Christians to delve deeper into Scripture and spark others to do their own research instead of relying on others. God bless!
I would love to see this book re-written with proper editing. I think it would be much more powerful in it's context.