So far, I can’t find out of Billy Graham believed in the Rapture! This is very odd, because he is the King of Evangelicals, even though he is dead. Here is a video of Billy talking about being “caught up” and the resurrection of the dead. Does he say the living will be snatched up too? Why isn’t he more clear? If the Rapture has been around since the writing of Revelations, why does Billy not say the word RAPTURE, and quote Revelations like SOME ministers do today?
Most Protestant pastors believe Jesus will return in the future. But few agree about the details of the apocalypse.
A third of America’s Protestant pastors expect Christians to be raptured—or taken up in the sky to meet Jesus—as the end times begin. About half think a false messiah known as the Antichrist will appear sometime in the future.
A surprising number think the Antichrist has already been here, or isn’t on his way at all.
Those are among the findings of a new telephone survey of 1,000 Protestant senior pastors and their views on end-times theology from Nashville-based LifeWay Research, sponsored by Charisma House Book Group.
End-times theology remains popular with churchgoers, says Scott McConnell, vice president of LifeWay Research. But it’s not an easy topic to preach about.
“Most people want their pastor to preach about the Book of Revelation and the end of the world,” he says. “But that’s a complicated task. Pastors and the …