Thats one theory. Most theologians, past and present, do not happen to agree with that theory.
According to you Jesus Christ is only going to be concerned with his true flock and to hell with the rest.
Not sure where you get that reading of my views.
The Purpose of Jesus Christ removing his church is to give people another chance to be reconciled to GOD,
In case you have not noticed, God doesnt need to remove one people from the earth to reconcile. He is quite capable of doing both, as is evidenced from the entire NT when Jews and gentiles came together with the salvation of God to form one new man, the Church. In the books of Acts, for example, we find several instances of Him reconciling thousands of Jewish people in a single day. So, your bogus contention does not stand the test of the Bible. Thats one reason why the pop prophecy conferences are so popular with the theologically naïve. Most folks dont know enough to ask the hard questions. And those that do usually would not be found dead at such a conference.
The theory that God needs to remove the Church so that God can unleash a great holocaust against national Israel is totally unsupported from the Bible.
But Im sure that is what was being taught at the sessions of this prophecy conference. Here we have the so-called friends of Israel getting together to tell one another how they all wont be around when two-thirds of the apple of Gods eye is reduced to ashes.
The good news for Jewish people, as for all people, is that none of this holocaust is in store for Israel stuff is true. All sorts of men can come to Christ today and be reconciled to God. They dont need to be segregated along racial lines. Jews are no more incapable today of being saved than anyone else, since ultimately salvation of the Lord. He chooses who will be raised from the dead spiritually by identification with the first resurrection, that is, the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The next event on the eschatological radar is the return of Christ, the general resurrection of all men, followed immediately by the great white throne judgment (aka separation of the sheep and goats).
“MOST theologians past and present . . . “