Pre-rapture: What you need to know
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Preparing for the Rapture?
It’s a scary idea.
The world is about to get a lot scarier, if the Bible is to be believed.
A rapture is a period in history that marks the end of an era.
It means a time when humans will no longer exist.
We are on the cusp of the end times.
It will not be an easy time for those who believe in the Raptured God, and its prophecies, or the Rapturant Gospel of the Bible, which is often found on the Internet.
But if we can’t control the events of the future, how do we know when they’ll happen?
Here are 10 questions you need, according to some Christian apologists.
The Rapture is not imminent.
Many religious leaders and Christian apologetics groups have been trying to convince people that the Raptures predictions are actually happening.
Some have even been using them as an argument in their defense of the biblical text, which says that the end time will occur “in the last days” and that God will “redeem the world from the curse of sin” (John 16:14).
Other scholars have also tried to convince believers that the rapture will not happen.
The best-known and most-used Christian apologetic group is the International Institute for Christian Theology.
In the 1970s, it created the Rapturalists, an online group that claimed to have “a deep understanding of the history and theology of biblical prophecy and the biblical account of the Rapturing.”
They also had an annual conference in Dallas, Texas.
The Bible does not prophesy the Raptor, but it does predict that it will happen.
Some of the best-established biblical prophecies of the rapturant include: God will not take human beings into captivity; the Raptorian will be sent into the wilderness; and God will send a great and terrible earthquake (Isaiah 11:6).
The rapturants predictions were fulfilled.
According to the Rapturus Bible, the end-time is not far off, and it will occur within two years.
According a 2008 book called Rapture: The Raptor Bible, published by the International Council of the Churches, the Raptuors predictions have actually come true: “The Bible is full of prophesies and it has been proven by many scholars that prophecy has been fulfilled and the Rapturan prophesy has been validated by the Bible itself.”
Rapture has not occurred yet.
While it’s possible that the world will experience the Rapturous God in the last two years of the 21st century, it’s unlikely that we’ll see it happen anytime soon.
The United Nations estimates that the number of people living on earth has risen from around 3.6 billion in the first century to nearly 6.6 trillion today.
The World Health Organization estimates that there are now more than 100 million people living in countries where the end is near.
And in 2012, scientists from the University of California at Berkeley estimated that there were around 3 billion people on Earth at the end “as a result of climate change, the decline of natural disasters, and the decline in the number and severity of infectious diseases.”
And there’s no shortage of scientific evidence that the planet is warming and that the oceans are drying up.
But the world’s religions have not embraced these facts.
“The majority of the world is living in fear,” said Dr. David Lane, director of the Center for Rapture Studies at the University at Buffalo.
“Many of the Christians in our world have not even bothered to study the scientific evidence.”
And as the world gets older, the people of the West and the East will have to find new ways to cope with the Rapturation.
“We are going to have to live with this for the rest of our lives,” Lane said.
“And the Rapturable people are going, ‘OK, what do we do about it?'”
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