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WHO WILL BE LEFT BEHIND? RETHINKING THE MEANING OF MATTHEW 24:40-41 AND LUKE 17:34-35

@inproceedings{Merkle2010WHOWB,
  title={WHO WILL BE LEFT BEHIND? RETHINKING THE MEANING OF MATTHEW 24:40-41 AND LUKE 17:34-35},
  author={B. Merkle},
  year={2010}
}
  • B. Merkle
  • Published 2010
  • Philosophy
  • Nobody likes to be left behind. Often children cry "unfair" when their older siblings are allowed to go out but they are left behind. The president of the United States even instituted an education program with the catchphrase, "No Child Left Behind." The same is true when we think of biblical eschatology. Some of us have watched "A Thief in the Night" (and the three other films that followed in that series), and can still sing Larry Norman's "I Wish We'd All Been Ready" (chorus: "There's no… CONTINUE READING