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Last Day Delusions

Last Day Delusions

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Last Day Delusions
By Allen Walker
Copyright, 1951, bySouthern Publishing AssociationPRINTED IN U.S.A.
1. Once Saved, Always Saved?2. The Second Coming and the Secret Rapture3. The Millennium and the Second-Chance Theory4. The Setting Up of Christ’s Kingdom5. Futurism and the Emergence of Antichrist6. The Seventieth Week of Daniel 97. The Secret Rapture and the Bible
I FIRST heard of Allen Walker while interning in Wenatchee, Washington, soonafter being graduated from college. An elderly evangelist in possession of someunusually effective reasoning on the law question credited him with its origin. I wroteWalker and secured a copy of a privately printed book titled Law and the Sabbath.So comprehensive were its analogies, so clear its presentation of the law-gospelrelationship, that when I attended the Seminary in 1953, I brought it to the attention of friends, urging that it he printed. In the meantime the author had submitted themanuscript to the Southern Publishing Association, and they, seeing its value, publishedit in 1954 under the title The Law and the Sabbath. Gratefully received by ministers andlaymen alike, it has been called the “finest book on the subject in print.”An indefatigable worker in the South until his death in 1955, Walker never passed by an opportunity to witness for God. From his contacts with ministers of manydenominations came a unique grasp of numerous doctrines. Among his papers after hisdeath were found keen and incisive discussions of such subjects as “eternal security,”“futurism,” “the conversion of the Jews,” “the rapture,” “the second chance doctrine,”and the views of the Jehovah’s Witnesses on the “deity of Christ,” and His “secondcoming.”These are being published for the first time as chapters of this book. Because theywere not prepared to stand as successive chapters, some editing has been necessary. Insome instances quotations have been brought up to date. Chapters five and six have beenrevised to provide a brief background to the questions discussed. Repetitious material- present to some degree because the papers were not prepared to stand together-has beendeleted. In a few instances additional verses have been added to provide a more completecoverage of the topic. However, in the main, the thinking and organization of the author have been carefully preserved.During my evangelistic and pastoral work I was called on many times to face theissues discussed in this book. I am not aware of anything in print which handles thequestions with greater clarity or with more emphasis on Scripture. Last-day delusions arestripped of their camouflage by a man who wielded the sword of the Spirit withdiscrimination and power.ROLAND R. HEGSTAD

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