Simply put, The So-Called Rapture is a study of the event Paul tells in 1 Thessalonians 4:13-17 of "meeting the Lord in the air." There is a traditional explanation of this event called "the Rapture," which has believers, sometime in the future, physically going up and being changed as they go. This explanation is thrilling to the soul of evangelicals, who also see a future tribulation, and this "rapture into the air" is the escape mechanism. The problem with this traditional explanation is that it is not biblically correct. The So-Called Rapture reveals methodically, Scripture by Scripture, what "meeting the Lord in the air" was and why it was necessary. Moreover, The So-Called Rapture brings to light the reason for "heavenly places in Christ," how water baptism was brought about, being crucified with Christ Jesus, and why these spiritual acts were necessary. The revelations taught here are not what common, so-called sound doctrine is today.