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Thanks for visiting the Messianic Literary Corner. MLC (formerly the Messianic Poetry Corner) was launched in 1997 by Marshall Beeber, a Messianic Jew (Hebrew Christian) since 1973. MLC has evolved in its format to encompass "grace oriented" studies, basic prophetic teachings, scientific and archaeological apologetics and poetry. - Read more at: http://www.messianic-literary.com/about.htm.
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Marshall Beeber (Messianic Literary Corner director)
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What is the "Pre-Wrath Rapture"?
Rev. Marvin Rosenthal knew that he would lose his job as director of “Friends of Israel Ministry” by publishing his book “The Prewrath Rapture of the Church” but he considered prophetic truth to outweigh his own personal and financial interest. How many Christian and Messianic leaders would sacrifice their livelihood for the sake of proclaiming the prophetic truth? Probably not many! You can purchase his book "The Pre-Wrath Rapture of the Church" at Amazon.com. Read more at http://www.messianic-literary.com/rapture.htm
An Introduction : "Biblical" And "Syro-Palestinian" Archaeology
In recent years many Biblical archaeologists have abandoned their long held "Biblical-Historical" approach in research to a secular one. Some insist the Bible should no longer be the focus of the discipline. Many academics now prefer to call themselves "Syro-Palestinian archaeologists", thereby disassociating themselves from any Biblical ties to their archaeological research.
While Syro-Palestinian archaeologists were dismissing the historical validity of the Bible in their archaeological research, Ron Wyatt, a Christian biblical archaeologist lacking formal archaeological training set out to prove the very existence of the biblical events that Syro/Palestinian archaeologists had denied.
Wyatt theorized the remains of ancient Egyptian chariots from the army that followed the fleeing Hebrews into the Red Sea could still be found on the ocean floor. He also postulated the real Mt. Sinai site would not be far from the Red Sea crossing. With great diligence and perseverance, Wyatt's archaeological team found the remains of chariots from the Pharaoh's army in an "underwater land bridge" in the Gulf of Aqaba near the Red Sea, and found the real Mt. Sinai (Jabal al Lawz) in the mountains of Saudi Arabia.
In 1989 Wyatt again trusting the validity of the biblical word and historical documents, discovered the ruins of Sodom and Gomorrah near the Dead Sea in Israel. These discoveries have shocked and confounded an unbelieving academic community and have led many to new biblical/historical perspectives.
While some archaeologists consider Ron Wyatt's accomplishments to be nothing but fraud and sensationalism, many have examined the evidence and perceive the truth beyond the personalities and politics of the profession.