Book Review - Evidence for the Rapture by John F. Hart
For as mainstream a theological framework as pretribulationism is in Christian culture, there are not all that many academic level resources on the subject. The Dallas Theological Seminary and old Moody cohorts established firm foundations and reasonings for this framework decades ago, but not many resources have been written since then. With the resurgence of reformed teachings, many have turned to Amillennialism or some type of covenantal theological system, and up until reading Evidence for the Rapture: A Biblical Case for Pretribulationism, I did not have a relevant and modern resource to turn skeptics toward.
Now thanks to the phenomenal and precise exegesis written by some of the leading experts in this field, I have something that I can confidently hand to believers wanting to know more about pretribulationism. While the writers make an attempt to communicate to all readers, some might find it a difficult read, but I thoroughly enjoyed it. This book was not anything new for me, but would be a great welcoming message on pretribulationism. I would highly encourage all those wondering about end-times and how to interpret the book of Revelation to read this book. I would also encourage pastors to have this on their shelves to lend out to congregants with questions regarding these things.