I really enjoyed reading this book. I was required to read it for a class on eschatology, and I found it refreshing to see that all three rapture views were based on solid biblical rationale. Obviously, only one (or none) of the views can be right, but the authors did a great job of outlining and explaining each view's weaknesses and strengths. I found myself sympathizing with whatever view I was reading, and agree with the general consensus that the rapture view is an inference from Scripture that does not necessarily have a set of proof texts to describe. A rapture position must be decided upon by looking at the Bible systematically, which enters in much human interpretation. I don't think the rapture issue is a very significant Biblical issue when compared to dozens of other doctrines and subjects that the Bible speaks of. But the Bible does mention being 'caught up' so we should study diligently to understand what this means. This book provides a scholarly examination on what the 'catching up' can possibly mean.