I know what you're already thinking... "Really!?! - this again!?!"
Well, you can hit the "back" button, close this tab, exit IE/Safari/Firefox/Chrome, leave the room, turn the power off or run about with your eyes
closed and ears plugged if that is what you're honestly thinking!!
Now that the new search feature is finally working for me, I used it and didn't find this documentary posted yet. From what I can tell, this was
published on Dec 23, 2012, although this specific video has the publish date of Feb. 9, 2013.
What is the purpose of this documentary?
-- This documentary sets out to alert us that the "pre-tribulation rapture" theory is wrong and to prove we will all go through tribulations on
earth, using nothing but scripture from the King James version of the bible
Who are the main participates in this documentary?
-- The film features Pastors Steven Anderson and Roger Jimenez; and an phone interview with Kent Hovind (in prison)
Lessons learned (short version - the documentary represents the long version):
1) There is no evidence in the bible of a pre-tribulation rapture, which means we will all go through tribulations.
2) "Tribulations" and "wrath" as mentioned in the bible are two completely different events.
3) The bible tells of the chronological order of the three events once Satan takes rule:
4) "The Bible Way to Heaven
> Admit you are a sinner
> Realize the penalty for your sin
> Believe that Jesus died, was buried and rose again for you
> Trust Christ alone as your saviour"
Please take note of the following irrelevant topics prior to posting (to stay on topic):
"Every religion is just a story"
"Why are only Christians right?"
"God doesn't exist"
"Satan doesn't exist"
"Historically, religion is responsible for more deaths than everything else combined"
"Most Christians pick and choose parts of the bible to believe"
"A god that punishes billions of people is not a god I want to know/love/worship/praise"
"I found a depiction of Jesus on my toast this morning"
Don't kill the messenger!
My beliefs are irrelevant!
Keep it civil!