To Deceive The Elect – The Rapture Fact or Fiction?

To Deceive The Elect – The Rapture Fact or Fiction?

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by Col. Gordon (Jack) Mohr, AUS Ret.


“I have made up my mind, please don’t confuse me with the facts.”


In May 1991, I received the following newsletter from a Christian patriot pastor, in which he made statements which are consistent, with moderate differences, with what is being taught in most fundamentalist churches in America. I am bringing this to your attention, for scripturally I believe this man is a “false prophet,” not intentionally so, but false nevertheless, who is preaching a doctrine that has done more to harm Christian soldiers, than anything the enemy has thrown at us.

Here are his remarks regarding the RAPTURE:

“Like all true evangelists, fundamentalist pastors, teachers and missionaries, we believe that Jesus is returning soon, even before the final tribulation begins! Dr. Jack Van Impe (who is a Christian Zionist – Editor Mohr) believes we have less than five years to prepare for a coming World War Ill. We agree! That means that Jesus Christ will come back to take us off this planet (rapture) anytime.
“Then we shall return (all 50-million of the estimated American Christians), after about seven years, with Jesus Christ, back to this earth, to rule over the earth for 1,000 years.

See the PDF below to read more.

Click to access deceive-the-elect.pdf



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3 Responses to To Deceive The Elect – The Rapture Fact or Fiction?

  1. eldermike547yahoocom says:

    When you come to the understanding, the earth is flat and fixed, that it does not move or rotate, certain questions become meaningless. Questions like, how fast does the earth travel in its yearly circuit about the sun? The title of this post, is like that “To Deceive The Elect – The Rapture Fact or Fiction?” It’s really meaningless, for it’s based upon an idea/doctrine that is really not taught in Scripture. When we know the earth is flat and fixed, that information opens up our understanding of many things and destroys much so-called knowledge we believed all of our lives.

    I read some of your reply to Col. Gordon (Jack) Mohr, AUS Ret. It seems both of you are arguing about something that is based upon a teaching and an assumption, a doctrinal position neither found in Scripture, not taught by Jesus nor believed by Christ’s contemporaries. Of course, you are not alone in this error, for numerous are those who believe the arguments you put forth.

    My newly published book “Israel, Rapture, Tribulation: How to Sort Biblical Fact from Theological Fiction,” digs deeply into this subject. Here is a bit about my book:

    “This book gets to the heart of the matter. The reader will learn how and why the early Christians understood the words of Jesus Olivet Discourse much differently than proclaimed by most evangelical Churches. As we scrutinize the Scriptures concerning the Last Days doctrine, the reader will begin to understand the promises made to those who love God, the vision of victory found throughout the Old and New Testaments. Not just Heaven at the resurrection for His blood washed-saints, but before that blessed time, here on earth. Most importantly, you will understand how Jesus fulfilled His promise of a “Soon Coming” … and not have to explain why Christ hasn’t come back soon, as He promised He would.”

    It is available from authorHouse and can be ordered from any book store. You can get it in eBook, softcover, or hardcover. You can also read it for free on my website:
    I would like to read your review or read any comments you have.


    • revealed4you says:

      It’s biblically proven that the Rapture is a fake, as stated in the article. End of story.


      • eldermike547yahoocom says:

        You are correct, there is no Rapture. But that is not the end of story. We are not living in the “last days” or the “end times,” nor is the “second coming of Christ” at hand. If you believe those things, you really need to read my book.


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