Indulge me: What would happen to the economy....

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  1. LadyEagle

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    if the Rapture happened tomorrow?

    Thoughts? (PS, this is not a discussion about pre-trib, post-trib, etc. just a hypothetical scenario.) Thanks.
     
  2. JustChristian

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    Why does it matter?
     
  3. Major B

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    Well, it would not change the number of lawyers very much.
     
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    I'll agree with you on that one Major. You know I'm originally from Kentucky (Danville).
     
  5. ccrobinson

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    LE, if we assume 1 billion people, including all children, are raptured, the impact on the economy would be devestating. I suspect it would make the Great Depression look like the Good Old Days.
     
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    ROFL.... :laugh:

    You can say the funniest things. :thumbs:
     
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    Also known as great tribulation???
     
  8. Major B

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    Not all economic enterprises would suffer. Sales for the "Left Behind" series would skyrocket, as well as Scofield Bibles, Hal Lindsey books, and Jack Van Impe T-shirts.
     

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