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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. Although few people belong the the Plymouth Brethren Church, many Christians believe in Darby's most… Full Answer

Will believers go through great tribulation?

A: The 'Tribulation' is a theological invention of John Nelson Darby, founder of the Plymouth Brethren, in the nineteenth century. The Great Tribulation is the last half of Darby's seven-year Tribulation period, three and one-half years in length. Although few… Full Answer

How long does the great tribulation last?

A: According to an interesting theology invented in 1830 by John Nelson Darby, a British evangelical preacher and founder of the Plymouth Brethren, there will be a 'Rapture' in which Christians will be taken bodily up into heaven, followed by… Full Answer

Why are churches still around?

A: Churches are still around because there are still Christians in the world. Even though religious belief is currently in rapid decline, there will always be at least some Christians in the world and therefore there will always be churches… Full Answer

Is the rapture post-tribulation?

A: Barbara R. Rossing (The Rapture Exposed) says that the Rapture has its origins in the nineteenth century beginning, according to one critic, with a young girl's vision. In 1830, in Port Glasgow, Scotland, fifteen-year-old Margaret MacDonald attended a healing… Full Answer