No One Left Behind DVD

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It is commonly believed Christ will call away His followers, while the rest of the world is "left behind." Does the Bible teach the doctrine of a rapture, battle of Armageddon or a powerful Antichrist? In this two-part series, Don Blackwell first addresses the fact there will be "No One Left Behind," then explores a deeper study into the false doctrine of Premillenialism.  This 1 DVD includes English Subtitles and contains the lesson interpreted into American Sign Language (ASL) by Michael Fehmer.

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NO ONE LEFT BEHIND (25 minutes)

It is commnly believed that in the near future Christ will secretly come to call away his followers to heaven, while the rest of the world will be "left behind." This doctrine is known as the rapture. Those remaing on the earth will then supposedly experience the most severe tribulation known in the history of mankind. In this lesson Don Blackwell conducts a  practical study of the doctrine of the rapture and sheds the light of God's Word on this popular belief.

PREMILLENIALISM: A DEEPER STUDY (44 minutes)

Does the Bible teach the doctrine of the rapture? Will Christ return to this earth where he will establish his kingdom and reign for a thousand years? What is the "mark of the beast?" Will there soon arise a world ruler known as the Anti-Christ? All of these questions are part of a doctrine known as premillennialism. This lesson answers each of these questions providing appropriate Scripture references. Get your Bible and examine what God has to say!

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