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THE DAY OF THE LORD
Allen M. Barber, 2011
'Left behind' has been a catch phrase in American church culture for more than a decade, but pretribulation beliefs were virtually unheard of before the eighteenth century. Many modern-day believers await the return of the Lord to rapture the Church before a turbulent tribulation period, expecting unbelievers to be left behind to suffer the horrors of this seven-year period. This popular belief is promoted from many evangelical pulpits and popularized by books and movies, but does it really line up with the Bible?
Dr. Barber provides a careful examination of Scripture and a critical analysis of the biblical commentaries that form the basis of the pretribulation rapture belief. Once a pretribulationist himself, he found that his in-depth study of the Bible quickly revealed the errors of this position. With spiritual, biblical, and intellectual insight, The Day of the Lord: The Key to Understanding End-Time Prophecy challenges the very foundation of pretribulation theology. Dr. Barber stresses the importance of sola scriptura as he guides readers through his compelling and convincing argument for a clearer understanding of end-times prophecy. View: Post-Tribulation Rapture
Dr. Allen Barber and his wife Debbie reside in Highland Village, Texas. Dr. Barber received his theological education from Newburgh, Trinity, and Southwestern Baptist Theological seminaries. He earned a Ph.D in Biblical Studies from Newburgh Theological Seminary in 2006 and received the “Academic Excellence Award” for his Ph.D studies and dissertation work. Dr. Barber pastored several Southern Baptist Churches before establishing an independent teaching and writing ministry focusing on Bible prophecy. He has been active in prophecy conferences, independent Bible studies, seminary instruction, and prison ministry. His blog www.thedayofthelordministries.com promotes his new book, The Day of the Lord: The Key to Understanding End-Time Prophecy, as well as articles dealing with the posttribulational concept of the Day of the Lord.
443 pages, paperback, bibliography.