reply to post by Conclusion
I know this is a little late, but I just read your comment about ALL humanity responsible for killing Christ... There are a few flaws with that
First, to say a family living in South Africa at the time Christ died, who had no knowledge of Him, was responsible... hmmm. Kinda unfair and unjust
to place that blame on them. Plus God killed Jesus anyway...
Second, Jesus claimed to resolve all sin from man, Him being the perfect Lamb and all. So there is no worry for the murder anyway.
Next, if Jesus did wipe away all sin, then why do we need to repent? I mean, there is NO MORE SIN.... Oh, wait, that is ONLY if we proclaim Him as the
Finally, if we don't proclaim Him as the savior, we wouldn't be held accountable for His death anyway... Because he was not dieing for the people
who didn't believe in Him in the first place... Oh, wait He was! So, if He died for everyone and abolished the sin hanging over our heads, then the
point is moot. We did not kill Christ, God with the help of a few men 2000 years ago did.
Meh, it really doesn't matter much anyway, IMO God is the inbetween and knows our core from birth, we are here to experience this life interacting
with others to LEARN, not to be chained to a dogma of ancient superstitions(sp).
But to the OP, I would say, which rapture are you talking about? There are too many variations in just one sect religion to give an intelligent
P.S. I am spiritual, and no longer follow any religion.