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Will the believers be raptured before or after the tribulation?

Mathew 24:29-31 "Immediately after the tribulation of those days the sun will be darkened, and the moon will not give its light; the stars will fall from heaven, and the power (MORE)

Does the Bible teach a pre-tribulation rapture?

That would depend upon whom you ask. Dispensationalist, for example would say yes while other Christians would say definitely no. But in either case, some people have made a f (MORE)
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What is The Great Tribulation?

  Answer     It is a period of intense suffering under the rule of the Antichrist. To be specific, the Great Tribulation is the last 3 and 1/2 years of the 7 yea (MORE)

Will the rapture happen in the beginning of the tribulation the middle or the end?

  The answer to this question is more of an opinion than a known fact. Some believe in pre-tribulation, others in mid-tribulation, and so forth. I personally think that Go (MORE)
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What is the difference between pre-tribulation and post-tribulation?

These two words are used in the description of when the "Rapture"will occur. Some believe pre- or before the tribulation and otherspost- or after the tribulation. There is a w (MORE)

How do you prepare for the tribulation?

Having a right relationship with God is the best way to prepare for  the tribulation. A person can put their relationship right with God  by accepting that Jesus died as a s (MORE)

What stage of the tribulation does the Methodist church believe they will go in the rapture?

A: The United Methodist Church does not have a position on the rapture or the tribulation, concepts first proposed by John Nelson Darby, the nineteenth-century founder of the (MORE)

What does post-tribulation mean?

A:  'Post-tribulation' is a term used to define a  version of theology originally invented by John Nelson Darby, the  nineteenth-century founder of the Plymouth Brethren. (MORE)