Rapture Myths


Rapture Myths #2 The Wife Beater Argument – YouTube

Transcript: The following is an Aiken/Block video production. In this series we discuss the apostate institutional Christian church and its false doctrines and we discuss corrupt bibles and direct viewers to the real 1611 Authorized King James Bible. Enjoy.

The Rapture Deception Part Two More Futurism Myths the Wife Beater Argument

The Rapture is perhaps the cornerstone of futurism created by ingenious Jesuits, Ribera and Bellarmine during the late 1500s. It was gradually introduced into the Protestant churches, starting to blossom when Derby, Schofield and Larkin began promoting it. Up until the mid one 1800s, protestants by and large rejected it, knowing there was no scriptural basis. Still, it was an appealing notion. Ribera and Bellarmine designed the Rapture Deception with several objectives in mind.

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  • Number one, Christians would escape the coming Great Persecution by being miraculously whisked up in the air.
  • Number two, Christians didn’t need to worry about Antichrist because they wouldn’t be here to see that.
  • Number three, Christians didn’t have to worry about the mark of the beast because they wouldn’t be here when that mark was implemented. That’s what Ribera and Bellarmine wrote in to the rapture doctrine.

Now we’re going to discuss the wife beater argument. Thus the doctrine was put forth that Jesus isn’t a wife beater, therefore he must take the church out before tribulation comes. This, of course is entirely false. Yet the Scripture does say that the Church is not appointed unto God’s wrath, but unbelievers are subject to God’s wrath. Still the true believers will suffer tribulation. But this is not God’s wrath. It is Satan’s persecution of true believers. Revelation 12:12 confirms that tribulation is Satan’s wrath. The Scripture reads:

Therefore reioyce, yee heauens, and yee that dwell in them; Woe to the inhabiters of the earth, and of the sea: for the deuill is come downe vnto you, hauing great wrath, because he knoweth that he hath but a short time.

So there we have the Scripture confirming Satan’s wrath. This is not God’s wrath. The persecution of Christians is the wrath of Satan. Now, here’s what the Scripture says about believers suffering persecution. And in 2 Thessalonians 1:4,

So that wee our selues glorie in you in the Churches of God, for your patience and faith in all your persecutions and tribulations that yee endure.

And John 16:33

These things I haue spoken vnto you, that in me ye might haue peace, in the world ye shall haue tribulation: but be of good cheare, I haue ouercome the world.

Note that Jesus says, in this world ye shall have tribulation. In the book of Acts 14:22 says

Confirming the soules of the disciples, and exhorting them to continue in the faith, aud that we must through much tribulation enter into the kingdome of God.

And Paul wrote in 1 Thessalonians 3:4

For verily when wee were with you, we told you before, that we should suffer tribulation, euen as it came to passe and ye know.

And in 2 Thessalonians 1:4

So that wee our selues glorie in you in the Churches of God, for your patience and faith in all your persecutions and tribulations that yee endure.

Thus God does not persecute true believers that is the work of the devil. Case in point.

  • Number one all the disciples except John were murdered by Rome.
  • Point number two many believers were thrown to the lions and burned at stake during the early church period.
  • Point number three during the dark Ages, Rome murdered millions of true believers destroying countless villages and communities throughout Europe. The Huguenots, the Albigensians, the Cathars and the Piedmontese were true believers they refused to bow to Antichrist, the Pope of Rome. For that they were set on by papal controlled armies and brutally violated and slaughtered.

Thus the rapture believers wife beater argument is ridiculous yet it is not Christ that poured out wrath on true believers it was the devil. Remember, every time persecution is mentioned in the New Testament it is in the context of true believers suffering persecution.

Thank you for watching. This has been an Aiken/Block video production we trust the information has been helpful. God bless.


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