There are many misunderstandings and false teachings about the Second Coming of Christ. What then are the basic teachings of the Bible about the Second Coming?
“According to sources close to Hagee, the pastor also made several phone calls to make sure his estate was in order, ‘just in case this is it.'”
“The Bible teaches that though there are different aspects involved, they are all part of one event—the blessed hope—when Jesus Christ will come again.” ~ Kim Riddlebarger
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Then he said to them, “These are my words that I spoke to you while I was still with you, that everything written about me in the Law of Moses and the Prophets and the Psalms must be fulfilled.”
The Book of Revelation is to be understood cyclically and figuratively. That is, its symbols remain symbols, and the judgements are reinforced by repetition. If we take the book chronologically, then we reach the end of the story at 11:14-18.
The [dispensational] methodology itself prevents the interpreter from looking at all the data with any semblance of objectivity. Carried through in other instances, this would … force us to argue that because the Bible reveals that there are three persons called God in the Scriptures, there must be three Gods.
Jesus’ teachings in Matthew 24 (Luke 17) “thoroughly inverts some popular understandings of the end times,” the popular “left behind” concept of the Rapture.