1. Scripture does not teach it. 2. Neither Jesus nor the Apostles taught it. 3. The historical Christian Church never taught it. 4. The martyred millions whom the Word of God calls 'blessed' never taught it. 5. It is a relatively recent invention foisted on the professing Christian Church. 6. Its modern-day prophets make millions teaching and preaching it. 7. It caters to the carnal nature of man who would prefer to escape tribulation. 8. When the Apostle John, himself in tribulation, saw a futuristic vision of the innumerable multitudes of saints in Heaven, not one had escaped tribulation. 9. It requires closing a blind eye to Church history. 10. It requires closing a blind eye to the doctrines and history of the Roman Catholic Church. 11. It requires closing a blind eye to the fulfillment of the Papacy as that predicted Antichrist, the Man of Sin, and his Church, Mystery Babylon. 12. It requires dismissing as erroneous, confused or irrelevant the united testimony of the ancient Christians, Reformers and Puritans who discerned and exposed the Papal Antichrist and his false Church for what they truly are. 13. It gives succor and comfort to the arch enemy of Christ and His Church by teaching Futurism, whose origin is of the Christ-denying Jesuits.