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What if Christ has already returned? The Second Coming of Christ has been "coming soon" ever since 1850, when John Nelson Darby popularized his brand of end times dispensational rapture theology. Many Christians today are unaware that the version of biblical prophecy they've been taught is not what the Church believed for the first 1,800 years. It's time to leave behind the "End Times" and discover an astounding truth - Christ has already returned and our participation is essential to making all things new.

©2020 Keith Giles (P)2021 Keith Giles

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  • Evan Plante
  • 10-11-21

Giles helps you deconstruct your dispensationalism

The best reason to ditch your dispensationalist template before reading the Bible is that the Bible will make more sense afterward. I had a "crisis of faith" years ago, but it turned out to be a crisis of hermeneutics, not faith. So, I determined to read the Bible as it was written -- with no agenda. And if you will allow me the pun, what a revelation! Giles will help you deconstruct your dispensationalism. I'm telling you, you need to. Give Giles a hearing. The kingdom of God will make more sense if you do.

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