Theonomy and the dating of revelation

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This is a paraphrase of the Book of Revelation, starting at chapter 6, according to E. It in no way duplicates material contained in the writer’s Letters to the Seven Churches.The chief value of this set lies in the historical data and interesting Greek word studies.Query—a query for which I will not demand an answer—has one of you beaten the dust from the venerable copy of Poole which loads our library shelves?

This book provides translations of two brief Apocalypse commentaries from approximately 750-810 CE.”After a lifetime of research, from initially being skeptical of the early Church history recorded in Acts, he came to the conclusion that “it was written with such judgment, skill, art and perception of truth as to be a model of historical statement” and that “You may press the words of Luke [who wrote Acts] in a degree beyond any other historian’s and they stand the keenest scrutiny and the hardest treatment…”“A historical treatment based upon a careful re-creation of the historic setting of the first century A. Includes a description of the pagan religions and customs, Caesar worship, persecution, the slander of the Jews, internal heresy, and apathy—all of which faced the early church.” – Cyril J.Thus Mede, Brightman, Isaac Newton, Woodhouse, Cunningham, Birks, Elliott (and many Germans).” – Spurgeon The Antichrist is usually taken to be the Papacy (see our page: Antichrist).This was the nearly universal view of the Reformation, puritans and confessional Reformed Orthodoxy (see WCF 25.6), and as such, is the majority historic Reformed view.Other recommended interpreters are Fairbairn, Hengstenberg and Steele.We d(2) Dispensationalism, that there is a hard separation between the dispensations of God’s dealings with the Church age and national, ethnic Israel.

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