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  • Author: Dr. Paul D Feinberg
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  • Tab Name: Dispensationalism and the Rapture - A Theological Analysis
  • Suggest New Tag:: Rapture, Olivet Discourse
  • Module Identifier: Dispensationalism and the Rapture - A Theological Analysis - Feinberg, Paul D.gbk

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Dispensationalism Rapture Systematic Theology

Author:
Dr. Paul D Feinberg

theWord Version:
3.x - 4.x

Tab Name:
Dispensationalism and the Rapture - A Theological Analysis

Suggest New Tag::
Rapture, Olivet Discourse

Module Identifier:
Dispensationalism and the Rapture - A Theological Analysis - Feinberg, Paul D.gbk

The rationale for a chapter on the rapture in a book on dispensationalism is that dispensationalists have been predominantly pretribulationists. Dispensationalists by and large have been interested in eschatology, and have made the coming of our Lord an important focus of their theology and ministry. Thus, in this chapter I shall examine three theological concerns related to the rapture. The three issues are: dispensational ecclesiology and the rapture; the incompatibility of premillennialism and a posttribulational rapture; the Olivet Discourse and the rapture.
The rationale for a chapter on the rapture in a book on dispensationalism is that dispensationalists have been predominantly pretribulationists. Dispensationalists by and large have been interested in eschatology, and have made the coming of our Lord an important focus of their theology and ministry. Thus, in this chapter I shall examine three theological concerns related to the rapture. The three issues are: dispensational ecclesiology and the rapture; the incompatibility of premillennialism and a posttribulational rapture; the Olivet Discourse and the rapture.



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