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THE REVELATION AND THE RAPTURE
Robert L. Kramer, 2007
In the process of presenting a Scriptural depiction of the future this book critiques the popular dispensational view of the End-Times. Contrary to what many have been taught, the Bible does not teach that the second coming is divided into two trips seven years apart or that the rapture is as sudden as the blink of an eye or unobserved by the world. Nor does the Bible anywhere affirm a seven year tribulation period. While the familiar themes of the second coming, the rapture and the great tribulation are presented, this is not a rehash of what others have popularly taught. Kramer presents valid new insights from the Scriptures that give an exciting new perspective to these familiar themes. He exposes some of the deceptions and errors that are popularly taught by the leading gurus of pretribulationalism.
UNIT TWO: CLARIFYING ESCHATOLOGICAL TEXTS
UNIT THREE: CLARIFYING ESCHATOLOGICAL ISSUES
ADDENDUM: The Purpose of Prophecy
Robert L. Kramer is a graduate of Moravian College and received his theological training at Evangelical Seminary, Reading, PA and Moravian Theological Seminary, Bethlehem, PA. He has been a pastor for 45 years in the Evangelical Congregational Church and has written Sunday School lessons for the denominational Sunday School quarterly and articles for the church paper, “The United Evangelical.” The author served as secretary and then president of the Christian Educational society of the Evangelical Congregational Church. Upon retirement from the pastorate he was urged by his District Superintendent to pursue means to preserve and share his teachings with the Christian community at large. To that end he began to write and edit a bi-monthly periodical, “Second Thoughts,” which he has continued to do for the last 13 years. He has served as the Bible teacher in camp meetings in Pennsylvania and has held prophecy conferences in Pennsylvania and Texas.
235 pages, paper.