If the Bible teaches that Jesus' coming is as a thief in the night, how is it possible to teach that he has already come? Doesn't the concept of coming as a thief in the night negate the probability of knowing the time of his coming and the fact that he has come? In today's broadcast we examine the scriptures related to the Son of Man coming as a thief in the night.
What do these Scriptures tell us about the return of Christ. How do they fit within a fulfilled perspective? How do they intersect with the cross currents of futurist eschatology? What clues are there which may impact the dispensationalists view?
While we will do a brief survey of these issues, we encourage you to check out the book, "He Came As A Thief". It is a quick read that should only take about an hour of your time but has a tremendous amount of solid information. The message you will hear in the broadcast represents my own perspective and approach.
You can also find additional information on my blog at AllThingsFulfilled.com
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