How would society respond to a Christian rapture?

Robert Morales
Robert Morales

All the Christians disappear over night. How would society respond? How would Pol respond? (blame the jews…)

Would society fall apart like in Avengers endgame? Would liberals take over? What would happen people?

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Jonathan Cooper
Jonathan Cooper

I think the Confucians would take their place as the group too civilized to fight niggerization by the jew.

Luke Green
Luke Green

rapture happens
book literally written about it, proving it is potentially now true
turn page continue reading
godless communists

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Grayson Sanchez
Grayson Sanchez

Who cares? It's not gonna happen.

Thomas Wilson
Thomas Wilson

Pol

Landon Williams
Landon Williams

jews suddenly lose all power because those that worship and support them most are gone
I guess it's confirmed the mods support and endorse this spam of off topic zero effort spam.

Cameron Fisher
Cameron Fisher

bunch of spics and niggers disappear
it's a start

Charles Reed
Charles Reed

Would liberals take over?

William Murphy
William Murphy

shit, clicked posted instead of sage

Even if liberals did take over, look at all leftist run places. They're total shitholes. That would truly be hell on Earth.

Justin Taylor
Justin Taylor

what if magic was real
It's not.

Lincoln Hall
Lincoln Hall

Those rapture devoted presbyterian christian zionists are going to vanish from the earth but if they're going anywhere, it's not to heaven.

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Ayden Murphy
Ayden Murphy

How would all you heathens respond?

Robert Ross
Robert Ross

The rapture precedes the Tribulation (well sort of)

In the futurist view of Christian eschatology, the Tribulation is a relatively short period of time where everyone will experience worldwide hardships, disasters, famine, war, pain, and suffering, which will wipe out more than 75% of all life on the earth before the Second Coming takes place. Some pretribulationists believe that those who choose to follow God will be raptured before the tribulation, and thus escape it.[citation needed] On the other hand, some posttribulationists (Christians who believe the rapture is synonymous with the resurrection that takes place after the Tribulation) believe Christians must endure the Tribulation as a test of their faith.[citation needed]

According to dispensationalists who hold the futurist view, the Tribulation is thought to occur before the Second Coming of Jesus and during the End Times. In this view, the Tribulation will last seven prophetic Hebrew years (lasting 360 days each) in all but the Great Tribulation will be the second half of the Tribulation period (see Matt 24:15 and Matt 24:21 showing the Great Tribulation is after the Abomination of Desolation, which marks the midpoint of the Tribulation).

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William Collins
William Collins

durrr let me make a low IQ thread without researching into this topic and while at it let me insert my desert nigger religion

Sage!
Fucking hang yourself with barbed wire

Hunter Gonzalez
Hunter Gonzalez

What is heaven?
From what I gathered from a lifetime of being a Catholic with the old style education, and being surrounded by Christians of varying stripes my understanding of heaven is that it's a place where you are immortal, existing only as a pure spiritual soul. It's ruled over by Christ. Christ can see everything you do, and knows everything your thinking all the time for ever.

So basically Heaven is a panopticon prison ruled over by a bearded jewish tyrant who has complete and total dominion over you.

This to me would be intolerable. I don't care how good the music is, or how comfortable and carefree it is, you can keep it.

Logan Brown
Logan Brown

The Jews would lose a lot of power.

Daniel Howard
Daniel Howard

Varg would be going to Hell

Kayden Campbell
Kayden Campbell

no such thing as rapture. be catholic.

Samuel King
Samuel King

you can keep it.
you're ignorant otherwise you wouldn't say that.
I've been there and it was awesome.
t. dead for over 7 minutes.

Jayden Lopez
Jayden Lopez

The Rapture isn't biblical, it's a made up fairy tale created by baby boomer protestant zionists who think Jesus magic will save them from the hard times foretold in the book of Revelations and the consequences of their total disregard for the economy and the enviroment. In reality, a legion of righteous men will be martyred and their corpses hung outside the walls of the city that will rule the world in the name of Satan, and the holy men of the world will wish for death but it will not find them (this may have actually already happened, the ZOG globohomo built their foundation on the corpses of Axis and Allied martyrs, and most of us certainly want to fucking die).

It's not going to happen. This question is asanine and doesn't deserve it's own thread. This is 4chan tier garbage.

Matthew Kelly
Matthew Kelly

It would be OK if there was an analysis of the Scofield bible and the zionism of the early puritains. But the way the thread was framed by OP was admittedly inadequate.

mintpressnews.com/untold-story-christian-zionists-power-united-states-israel/260532/

Puritans, Prophecy and Palestine
Accounts of the role of European and North American Christians in the creation of the state of Israel often begin with the Balfour Declaration of 1917, but the efforts of certain Christian groups in England and the United States to create a Jewish state in Palestine actually date back centuries earlier and significantly predate Zionism’s official founding by Theodore Herzl.

Among the first advocates for the physical immigration of European Jews to Palestine were the Puritans, an offshoot of Christian Protestantism that emerged in the late 16th century and became influential in England and, later, in the American colonies. Influential Puritans devoted considerable interest to the role of Jews in eschatology, or end-times theology, with many — such as John Owen, a 17th-century theologian, member of parliament, and administrator at Oxford — believing that the physical return of Jews to Palestine was necessary for the fulfillment of end-time prophecy.

While the Puritan roots of what would later become known as Christian Zionism are often overlooked in modern accounts of where and why American evangelical support for Israel began, its adherents still clearly acknowledge its legacy. For instance, on Monday at the CUFI conference, Pompeo, himself a Christian Zionist known for his obsession with the end times, told the group the following:

Christian support in America for Zion — for a Jewish homeland — runs back to the early Puritan settlers, and it has endured for centuries. Indeed, our second president [John Adams], a couple years back, said… ‘I really wish the Jews again in Judea an independent nation.’

These Puritan beliefs, which persist today and have only grown in popularity, became more entrenched in England and colonial America with time, especially among the monied political class, and led to a variety of interpretations regarding exactly what the Bible says about the end times. Among the most influential was the development of Christian “dispensationalism,” an interpretive framework that uses the Bible to divide history into different periods of “dispensations” and sees the Bible’s prophetic references to “Israel” as signifying an ethnically Jewish nation established in Palestine.

Adam Cook
Adam Cook

I think I hit a nerve. A lot of your guys seem to be afraid of this topic. If you guys suddenly find yourself in a world where your worldview is instantly disprove you would wet your pants. And frankly I wouldn't blame you. Its not to late to accept Christ. Going to hell is not necessary. Neither is being left behind if the rapture happens. Because when it does the world will literally be hell on earth. allaboutgod.com/how-to-be-saved.htm

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Hudson Walker
Hudson Walker

There is no salvation, you kooky fucks. Life is meaningless.

Elijah Myers
Elijah Myers

Almost the entire world would disagree with you. Almost no one holds that life is meanless. Just about everyone believes in an afterlife or a soul or God. I know these are hard questions, but please consider them for your sake.

Nolan Johnson
Nolan Johnson

The belief in an afterlife is a childish vanity. Apparently you had a pre life as a cherubim or something like that. Do you remember that blessed state? No? didnt' think so. Your belief in an afterlife is a timid reaction to your natural fear of death. Get over that.

Gabriel Green
Gabriel Green

not to late to accept Christ.
Christ was a BAMF but there's too many jews around the story to put my faith into. He literally was so anti-semitic (as we know it today) he was willing to get nailed to a cross and tortured by the little demons to show the world how disgusting they were. He was one of us but instead of having the internet, he had to do whatever the fuck he could to make people realize the kikes were taking overand that was a really bad thing.
I want to be the next Christ. I want the kikes to martyr me so I can prove to the world just how disgusting they are.

Oliver James
Oliver James

If I’m not mistaken, that sort of rapture is more of a myth made by the Left Behind series. I don’t think the Bible actually talks about it like that.

Levi Powell
Levi Powell

If you're alive to turn the page you're as godless as the kikes

Also the pretrib rapture is Scofield no sense

Chase Robinson
Chase Robinson

I need financial help anons

Benjamin Jones
Benjamin Jones

are you female and a runaway?
if so, jews will make you into a star.

Grayson Johnson
Grayson Johnson

We live in a Society?

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Juan Watson
Juan Watson

Rapture mythology is not Christian. It has no biblical basis, it is just shit made up by a few crazy nut jobs.

Gabriel Perry
Gabriel Perry

When it does happen no doubt many at pol will look at the archives and see this. Let this stand as a testament that you were given a chance. Once it happens you can probably still accept Christ, you will just have to live through the horror that is the end of the world. Jesus is knocking at the door. Will you answer.

Robert Bailey
Robert Bailey

Can you please cite your sources? Thanks

Jack Green
Jack Green

The bible dumbass.

Benjamin Davis
Benjamin Davis

Rapture
orthodoxmeditations.blogspot.com/2011/05/heresy-of-rapture.html

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Mason Bennett
Mason Bennett

The concept of the rapture is an 19th century invention, popularized by the Scofield Bible, and largely invented by John Darby.

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