Press Release

Deceptive “Rapture” Doctrine Dupes Millions 

Contact: Steve Wohlberg, 559-977-9744,

MEDIA ADVISORY, April 22 / White Horse Media / -- Millions of prophecy-minded Christians contemplating “Earth’s final days” firmly expect to someday “vanish with a poof” in a mysterious event called “The Rapture” before things get too crazy and Antichrist shows up. “We’ll be gone before the Seven-Year Tribulation hits!” they confidently assert.

Does the Bible really teach this popular theory? 

“It’s a false doctrine,” warns TV producer, radio host and bestselling author of 24 books Steve Wohlberg in his latest work, The Rapture Delusions: Exposing Dangerous Errors about the End of the World (Destiny Image).

“Look carefully,” notes Wohlberg, “all New Testament verses used to promote the secret rapture doctrine—1 Thess. 4:17; 1 Cor. 15:52; Matt. 24:40—don’t teach it at all. They really apply to the highly visible, loud, earthshaking Second Coming of Jesus Christ, and not to the unbiblical notion of ‘disappearing Christians’ seven years before the end.”

Based on thirty years of biblical and historical research that has formed the basis of numerous TV series (End Time Delusions, Antichrist Chronicles, Time of Trouble Talks), Wohlberg contends:
“Not only is it gross error,” notes Wohlberg, “but it can easily breed deadly spiritual laziness among those who, assuming they will disappear before the trouble starts, neglect their personal preparation to stand for Jesus Christ in the difficult days ahead.”

Steve Wohlberg is the speaker/director of White Horse Media (Newport, WA). TV producer, radio host, and the author of 24 books, he has been a guest on over 500 radio and television shows, including CNN Radio, USA Radio Network, Information Radio Network, TBN’s JC-TV, TCT Television Network, and The Harvest Show. He has appeared in three History Channel documentaries (
Secrets of the Seven Seals; War Scroll: The Armageddon Battle Plan; Apocalypse: Strange Rituals) and has also spoken by special invitation inside the Pentagon and U.S. Senate.

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Contact: Steve Wohlberg, 559-977-9744 (mobile),