Amazing but for some reason the last 440 years the bible stop translating apostacia as departure and with the article in front of it, “The Departure” and instead went with revolt in the Douay-Rheims translated in 1580, then KJV picked up rendered it falling away. But if it remained departure then we could see this as rapture verse today. It would make sense, the rapture then comes first
we would then be correctly looking for
Jesus not the antichrist
We would be comforted
Could expect him at any moment doctrine of imminency
All these would remain in tact~
2 Thessalonians 2 verse 3 in NIV
3 Do not let anyone fool you in any way. That day of the Lord will not come until the turning away from God happens and the Man of Evil, who is on his way to hell, appears.
pot calling kettle black~
brian williams? right…thanks
We need to know this!
For 400 years the church has not read this important passage properly!
And if it were translated as it had always been translated you would find it actually means departure instead of falling away!…Now..hmm…why? And it has a double reference or intensity with the article before it!…THE departure or RAPTURE..this is a rapture verse!
We dont have to wait for antichrist we look forward to imminent return of Christ!.
His return is a comfort!
Good teacher, nice delivery style, very impressed with information and agree with 99%
He teaches in Houston area has a couple blogs even a political blog which is needed in church today!…Maybe youtube videos!