In the landscape of interpretations in eschatology (which is a term to signify the study of the end times), Christians are very divided, as most of my readers probably know. When dealing with the highly symbolic language of the book of Revelation, there are some that feel it is meant more allegorical altogether. Some believe it to be more literal, but still do not think there is a literal millennium (a thousand years of peace while Jesus physically reigns on earth). Others take it quite literal, but have some contention on when the so called "rapture" is. This idea of a sudden "taking away" comes from how a lot of Christians read 1 Thessalonians 13-18. Some would argue that this rapture happens before the great tribulation (Pre-Trib, for short), mentioned by Jesus in Matthew 24:21, begins. This great tribulation is a period usually believed to endure 7 years. Others believe the rapture will happen at the middle of this tribulation (Mid-Trib). And some believe that the rapture happens at the end (Pos-Trib), coinciding with the actual moment Jesus will set His foot on the Mount of Olives, as described in Zechariah 14. In recent years however, a new interpretation has gained attraction; Pre-Wrath.
"And they answered and said unto him, Where, Lord? And he said unto them, Wheresoever the body is, thither will the eagles be gathered together." (Luke 17:37, KJV)
At the end of November 2019, Hebrew Roots guru Adam Fink and his friend Mike decided to upload a "documentary" on the Name of Jesus and how this would somehow be the mark of the beast. In Fink's opinion, the name of Yahusha would be more appropriate, but even they themselves do not agree on that. Mike prefers Yeshua, so one could wonder how credible a documentary like this is when there's a dispute on such a major part of the topic. As Mike points out later in the video, when quoting Acts 4:12: "Neither is there salvation in any other: for there is none other Name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved." So which one is it? Yahusha? Yeshua? These men have a hermeneutical problem that leaves a big trail through the entire documentary and leads thousands astray. Let's explore where they go wrong.
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