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It was the Rapture of the church set forth in 1 Thessalonians 4 : 1 4 - 1 8 . In addition to conferences, schools, and scholars, some new associations of churches or denominations as well as mis­ sion agencies incorporated premillennial views into their doc­ trinal statements. In some cases these were explicitly pretribulational. Where it was a requirement for fellowship, leadership, or membership, these additions stood in contfast to their nineteenth-century predecessors. The earlier American premillennialists intended to expound their basic premillennial belief in opposition to postmillennialism.

I believe that Dr. Ladd's work is the first vol­ ume to appear in our country since the beginning of this century written by a thoroughly equipped scholar who knows the views of the principal New Testament scholars, . . and who at the same time is a thorough-going premillennialist, a believer in a Messianic Kingdom and in 34 THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE RAPTURE POSITIONS the millennium to come. For this reason, his book as­ sumes major importance. 89 This volume initiated Ladd's attempt to mediate and in­ tegrate the literal interpretation of dispensationalism and the spiritual interpretation of amillennialism by focusing on the N e w Testament's interpretation of the Old Testament.

If not, neither would the Church have to suf­ fer God's wrath in the tribulation. If so, arguments against the suffering of wrath by the Church apply equally to tribulational saints of other sorts. 12 What then is the ground of this promise? Like salvation, this is a sovereign decision of God. God simply has given this special promise to the church. ) The texts that express this promise are: 1 Thessalonians 1:10; 5:9; Revelation 3:10; and possibly R o ­ mans 5:9; Ephesians 5:6; Colossians 3:6. In contrast to trial and tribulation, which the Christian is to expect, there is a promised exemption from divine όργή or θυμός.

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