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(By Dan Juster) Those who believe that the rapture of the saints and the resurrection of the righteous in Yeshua comes at the end of the tribulation (Post Tribulation), present two views of where to place the rapture. One view, which I think is the more dominant, is that it comes at the seventh shofar in Revelation 11. The other view is that it comes at the end of the season of the bowls of wrath (a brief season at the end of the tribulation), and is identified with the blowing of the shofar at the end of Yom Kippur.
This identification is connected to the 1 Corinthians 15:51-52 text that says we will be transformed at the last shofar. In my book Passover, Key to the Book of Revelation, I argue for the seventh shofar as the shofar of the rapture, our being caught up with the Lord that leads to our return with Him. I see a process of events in his return and do not see it as an all-at-once event. I do understand that in such matters, we see through a glass dimly, and that all such views are somewhat speculative. My reasons for holding to this view: CONTINUE