A radical reinterpretation of the Bible and the core of mainstream Evangelical theology.

At the heart of Evangelical thought today is its view about the final coming of Jesus. The generally accepted interpretation of it is known as “dispensationalism,” which states that Jesus will return to judge man for his sins sometime in the imminent future. Debut author Gulbrandsen, though, takes issue with dispensationalist arithmetic, asserting that the Bible unambiguously states that Jesus will…

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Turning dispensationalist theology on its head, this work argues that Christians can experience joy now and look forward to the future.

J. E. Gulbrandsen’s Jesus Delayed: What the Bible is Really Teaching about the Rapture, Tribulation, Binding of Satan and the New Kingdom offers Christians a game-changing look at end-times theology. This work boldly declares that…

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