Reformed Baptist Fellowship

The Rapture: History and Influence in America

In Reformed Baptist Fellowship on February 7, 2011 at 8:18 am
  1. In a time when the trend in many RB Churches is to forgo all criticism of error (except that found within RB Churches), it is important to be reminded of the ongoing errors of Dispensationalism.

    Thanks for the courage to do so.

    …the church of the living God, the pillar and ground of the truth…

    MW

  2. I found the first 20 minutes to be very accurate, entertaining and well done. The historical data was (I believe) very well presented.

    The last 2-3 minutes perplexed me. I wasn’t sure where they were coming from. Were they trying to promote:

    Green Theology?
    Post Millenialism?
    Social Activism (Emergent)?
    Anti-Tea-Partyism?

    As I tried to figure out what they were promoting — all of these ideas came to mind –but I couldn’t figure out what they were driving at. Anyone know???

    BTW — HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!

  3. Steve, I noticed the same thing. I thought I caught a whiff of the “I-believe-the-Bible-but-please-don’t-think-I’m-a-fundamentalist-and-I-care-about-the-earth-too” smell that was thick in the PCA church I left. The video left the door open for all those things you mentioned.

  4. There is no hidden agenda in this video. The final statements are best understood in contrast to the escapism of Dispensationalism. One does not have to be a left-leaning type to despise the words of Ann Coulter!

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