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The only Left Behind encyclopedia on the web that anyone can edit, since our original founding on Monday, September 25, 2006.

Left Behind by Tim LaHaye and Jarry B. Jenkins is a fictional Christian book series that describes an apocalyptic, end-of-the-world story in accordance with Biblical prophecy as interpreted from a Christian pretribulation, premillenial, dispensationalist End Times eschatological point of view.

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The Reboot and a spin-off film!

We are highlighting the new Left Behind movie that was released on October 3rd 2014, and was released to DVD on January 6th, 2015!

Could it win one or more Golden Rasberry Awards? Find out on February 21st as it is up for three Razzies!

In some relation to the above reboot, a film in production for release in 2015 is called Vanished: Left Behind – The Next Generation which will be based on the Left Behind: The Kids series!

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