The Rapture And The Antichrist

The Rapture And The AntiChrist

Authors: Standish and Standish



The twentieth century transformed Protestantism, tearing it from its Reformation roots. Accepting two Jesuitical deceptions, Protestantism lost its protest against the apostate views of Roman Catholicism and launched headlong onto a road which took it Romeward once more.


The first Jesuit inspired doctrine, to which Protestantism fastened its colours, was the concept of an end-time fulfillment of the appearance of the Antichrist, which replaced the Reformation identification of the Papacy throughout history as the Antichrist. In this, Protestants accepted the non-scriptural views of Jesuit priest Francisco Ribera.


Secondly, Protestantism accepted the unscriptural doctrine of the rapture proposed by Jesuit missionary, Manuel de Lacunza.


As a result, Protestantism lost its bearings and descended into a perilous sea of speculation.


This book sets forth the plainest truths of Scripture directing Protestantism back to its Biblical roots. It will challenge the thinking of all Christians, counter the fictions of the Left Behind series, and plant the reader’s spiritual feet firmly on the platform of Scripture.


Paperback: 288 pages

Publisher: Hartland Publications

ISBN 10: 0923309837

ISBN 13: 978-0923309831

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