According to the conclusions drawn by New Testament Biblical Scholars like Dr Dorothy Thompson in The Synthesis Of Christianity and Philip Atwell in Ceasar’s Messiah, the signs of the Second Coming of Jesus Christ and the Rapture are recorded in the fictional New Testament invented by Roman Emperor Flavius Titus.
In order to determine whether the signs of the Second Coming of Jesus Christ are really referred to in a Roman invented New Testament, we must consider the Biblical New Testament Text itself when it refers to the signs of Second Coming of Jesus Christ, the Political context in Judea during Jesus’ lifetime and the implications of the Authorship of the New Testament by Ancient Rome’s Piso Family who are considered as the true Authors of all the Books of the New Testament which claim that the Second Coming of Jesus Christ already happened when the Roman General Titus Flavius conquered Jerusalem and destroyed the Second Jewsih Temple during the First Roman-Jewish War in the year 70 CE.
The New Testament On The Signs Of The Second Coming Of Jesus Christ
The Book of Mathew records one of the signs of the Second Coming of Jesus in Matthew 24:34; Mark 13:30; and Luke 21:32. when Jesus says, “Truly I say to you, this generation will not pass away until all these things take place.”
In Ancient Times, a generation was 40 years, and the fact that 40 years have already passed since the Gospels claim that the Second Coming of Jesus Christ will happen, it means that the Second Coming of Jesus Christ will not occur because of the failure to fulfil the promise within the time stated in the New Testament itself.
In short, the sign of the Second Coming of Jesus Christ in the Book Mathew can be viewed as a failed hollow promise.
This point on the failed sign of the Second Coming of Jesus Christ contained in the Gospels is strengthened further once one considers the Political Context in Roman controlled Judea during Jesus’ supposed lifetime.
According to SG Brandon in Jesus and The Zealots, the promise of the Second Coming of Jesus Christ and the Rapture can best be understood as part of Jesus’ attempt to fulfill Jewish Messianic expectations which required Jesus as the Jewish Messiah to expel the Romans from Judea as a matter of urgency.
Thus the failure to fulfill the sign of the Second Coming of Jesus Christ by expelling Rome from Judea within 40 years as part of the Jewish Messianic Mission is evidence of the fact Jesus as a Revolutionary Zealot failed in his mission to expel Rome from Judea in accordance with ordinary Orthodox Jewish expectations of the role of the Messiah.
Why The Signs Of The Second Coming Of Jesus Christ Are A False Roman Invention
According to Philip Atwell in Ceasar’s Messiah and Dorothy Thompson in The Synthesis Of Chrisitianity, the signs of the Second Coming of Jesus Christ in the New Testament Gospels were actually written by the same Roman Artistocratic Family that was responsible for the conquest of Jerusalem and the destruction of the Second Jewish Temple in 70 CE during the First Roman-Jewish War.
After the Roman Siege Of Jerusalem, the Roman Empire sought to quell further Jewish Resistance to Roman Rule, and so the New Testament was produced by Rome as a means of introducing a milder version of the Jewish Religion that would pacify the Jews of the troublesome Province of Judea.
In the New Testament produced by the Flavian Dynasty, a fictional Pacifist Jesus Christ was created, and the Roman General Titus Flavius was inserted in the Gospels as the Jewish Messiah who is depicted as having actually fulfilled the New Testament Jewish Messianic Prophecies during his campaign in Judea.
For instance, the destruction of the Temple in 70 CE occurs 40 years after Jesus supposedly began his Ministry in Galillee and predicted the destruction of the Temple when Jesus was approximately 30 years old.
The Flavian New Testament Gospels therefore suggest that the signs of the Second Coming of Jesus Christ and the Rapture have already been fulfilled since the Flavian General Titus actually acted out the predictions made in the Gospels within the 40 year period of one Generation by destroying the Second Jewish Temple in 70 CE making Titus the true Messiah of the Jewish people as told in the New and Old Testament.
Thus the signs of the Second Coming of Jesus Christ are presented in terms of the actions of the Roman General Titus leading up to the conquest of Jerusalem and the destruction of the Second Temple.
Whilst faithful Christians continue to await the fulfillment of the signs of the Second Coming of Jesus Christ and the Rapture, Biblical Scholars have made out convincing arguments to suggest that the signs of the Second Coming of Jesus Christ and the Rapture will not happen because the fact that Jesus did not return within 40 years as claimed in the Gospels is proof of the failure of his Messianic mission.
Alternatively, the signs of the Second Coming of Jesus Christ and the Rapture as contained in the Gospels are actually an allegory of the conquest of Judea by the Roman General Titus Flavius in which Titus himself is depicted as the expected Jewish Messiah who actually already fulfilled the Jewish Scriptures as the New Testament Messiah when he conquered Jerusalem and destroyed the Second Jewish Temple in 70 CE.