Title & Purpose

Blow ye the trumpet in Zion, and sound an alarm in my holy mountain: let all the inhabitants of the land tremble:

for the day of the LORD cometh, for it is nigh at hand, Joel 2:1.

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Featured Sermon -

Thursday, 29 November 2012

Recommended Sermons

Sermons from week of meetings held in Newtownabbey Free Presbyterian Church

Themes from the Book of the Revelation

Sermon One - Why study prophecy?

Sermon Two - The Voice like the Trumpet

Sermon Three - The Opening of the Seven Seals

Sermon Four - The Beast rising up out of the sea

Sermon Five - The Doom of Mystical Babylon

Sermon Six - The 1000 years and the Devil and his work


Anonymous said...

Why does he not deal with the pre-trib rapture?

Rev Brian McClung said...


The short answer is: no!

The longer answer is: as the title of the series suggests Dr Douglas is dealing with Themes from the Book of The Revelation and as the 'pre-trib rapture' is no where to be found in this book, or any other book of the Bible for that matter, he doesn't deal with the subject.

As he said a number of times it is impossible in six messages to deal with everything that is the Book of the Revelation. Therefore dealing with something not there is even more an impossibility.

Have you listened to any of the sermons?

While not specifically relating his comments to the 'pre-trib rapture' Dr Douglas did make some comments at the commencement of the second message that does impact upon this mistaken viewpoint.

Brian McClung