The Revelation Revisited 1

The Revelation Revisited 1
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Total Pages 362
ISBN 1098511328
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A seven headed ten horned red Dragon, with a seductive Harlot called Babylon riding on its back; stars falling from the sky with the earth being destroyed; a world ruler setting up a global economy and demanding that the whole world worship him as god; Jesus returning to the earth to destroy this world leader (the "Antichrist"), and all his followers, as well as the world as we know it; really? Really? Does it make any sense? Is it scientifically believable? And if we think it is believable, which of the hundreds of interpretations and scenarios are we supposed to believe?Revelation Revisited is the product of over 10 years and thousands of hours of analysis and evaluation, and research on the subject. This admittedly involved some disillusionment with a host of interpretations and theories and scenarios. It represents an attempt to implement and adhere to certain rules of interpretation and exegesis and logic. It required an intentional attempt to put aside personal biases and doctrinal presuppositions in order to let the text speak for itself. It also is what emerges from applying two other principles which are unique to biblical exegesis and interpretation. The first is to let scripture interpret scripture. The amazing and little recognized reality is that even the very cryptic passages and somewhat bizarre symbology are actually interpreted and often explained elsewhere in scripture. For example, the various beasts featured in Revelation are actually interpreted and explained in the Old Testament prophetic book of Daniel (and vice versa). Attempts to understand and explain Revelation, or Daniel, without a familiarity with, understanding of, and reference to the rest of both Old and New Testament prophetic scripture, are doomed to fail to produce accurate interpretations - as has historically been the case.The findings and interpretations and scenarios articulated in this commentary have areas of commonality and agreement with many other mainstream works (inasmuch as they are all futurists and to varying degrees literalists). But there are also significant and consequential differences with each of them. The implicit message of many of these more famous authors and their works, is that the revelations and frightening descriptions found in the book are actually not very relevant to the Church today, because she won't even be here when they all will be occurring. Thus the most important messages of the book are mostly missed and almost negated with respect to their intended impact, that we need to live differently in light of these things, especially as we see them happening in our world today. A more accurate and realistic interpretation of the book tells us that we need to see what is happening today in light of what was predicted in scripture, and live our lives accordingly. Moreover, we need to be passing on to the next generation the truths about what to expect in our future and theirs. While we are promised deliverance from the wrath of God to be poured out on Satan and his followers, we are not promised deliverance from what God describes as a time of testing and tribulation for His church. Those who choose to believe the more palatable and comfortable teaching that Christ will come to take out His church before the Antichrist appears, may very well fail to recognize the Antichrist when he does appear, and scriptures warns many will be deceived by him. People today need to hear this truth proclaimed. This is book 1 of 4 volumes.

The Revelation Revisited 1
  • Author : J Mike Byrd
  • Publisher : Independently Published
  • Release Date : 2019-07-16

A seven headed ten horned red Dragon, with a seductive Harlot called Babylon riding on its back; stars falling from the sky with the earth being destroyed; a world ruler setting up a global economy and demanding that the whole world worship him as god; Jesus returning to the earth

Revelation Revisited
  • Author : Roho
  • Publisher : Createspace Independent Pub
  • Release Date : 2011-06-06

The presentations I have seen on Revelation have bothered me for years. If I have taken the time to study Revelation, a book I have always avoided, I must have been very distressed. Let me show you a couple of the things that I have found.If you look at

Revelation Revisited
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 1995

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A New Heaven and New Earth
  • Author : Paula Behrens
  • Publisher : CreateSpace
  • Release Date : 2015-03-28

Today, more than at any other time in the history of creation, people have a great hunger for and desire to understand the last book of the Bible, the book of Revelation. Reverend Behrens takes the reader through the fascinating book of Revelation, as well as, the visions of Daniel

The Pretribulation Rapture Theory and Dispensationalism Revisited
  • Author : J. Mike Byrd
  • Publisher : WestBow Press
  • Release Date : 2014-08-15

The Pretribulation Rapture Theory and Dispensationalism Revisited reviews and critiques a confusing array of popular theories that address the return of Jesus Christ and the church’s rapture. It proposes that a clarifying approach rests in letting Scripture interpret Scripture, which yields a simpler, more natural, and consistent explanation of

  • Author : John M. Court
  • Publisher : A&C Black
  • Release Date : 1994-03-01

The first question is: Should Revelation be studied at all? Is it monopolised by fundamentalists, or of such a minority interest that it doesn't belong in the New Testament? This study guide introduces the text anew by a series of thematic readings. The text is seen to deal with essential

God creature revelation
  • Author : Jerry D. Korsmeyer
  • Publisher : University Press of America
  • Release Date : 1995

Educated Western Christians seek to understand the scientific basis of evolution as well as to justify why a God worth worshiping can be responsible -- yet not indictable -- for evil. The author creates an innovative theological framework that addresses these concerns and provides part of a structure for fundamental

Elenchus of Biblica
  • Author : Robert Althann
  • Publisher : Gregorian Biblical BookShop
  • Release Date : 2000

Read online Elenchus of Biblica written by Robert Althann, published by Gregorian Biblical BookShop which was released on 2000. Download full Elenchus of Biblica Books now! Available in PDF, ePub and Kindle.

The Last Things
  • Author : Donald G. Bloesch
  • Publisher : InterVarsity Press
  • Release Date : 2010-03-23

In The Last Things Donald G. Bloesch takes up difficult and sometimes controversial themes such as the coming of the kingdom of God, the return of Jesus Christ, the life hereafter, the millennial hope, the final judgment, hell, heaven, purgatory and paradise. Wrestling with biblical texts that often take metaphorical

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  • Author : Andrew Perrin
  • Publisher : Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht
  • Release Date : 2015-08-19

Among the predominantly Hebrew collection of the Dead Sea Scrolls are twenty-nine compositions penned in Aramaic. While such Aramaic writings were received at Qumran, these materials likely originated in times before, and locales beyond, the Qumran community. In view of their unknown past and provenance, this volume contributes to the

More Than Conquerors
  • Author : William Hendriksen
  • Publisher : Baker Books
  • Release Date : 1998-06-01

With an uninterrupted printing history since it was first published in 1939, this classic interpretation of the book of Revelation has served as a solid resource and source of inspiration for generations. Using sound principles of interpretation, William Hendriksen unfolds the mysteries of the apocalypse gradually, always with the purpose of

Theological Hermeneutics and 1 Thessalonians
  • Author : Angus Paddison
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release Date : 2005-05-05

This book proposes a theological reading of 1 Thessalonians, making an important response to the increasing demand to relate biblical scholarship more closely to theological concerns. Paddison's interpretation adheres very closely to the text and is divided into three parts. Part I offers a theological critique of dominant historical-critical readings of 1

Edisto and Edisto Revisited
  • Author : Padgett Powell
  • Publisher : Open Road Media
  • Release Date : 2013-12-10

A special two-in-one edition of National Book Award finalist Padgett Powell’s acclaimed southern novels: Edisto and Edisto Revisited In Edisto, Simons Everson Manigault is not a typical twelve-year-old boy in tiny Edisto, South Carolina, in the late 1960s. At the insistence of his challenging mother, who believes her son

Twenty Lectures on Algorithmic Game Theory
  • Author : Tim Roughgarden
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release Date : 2016-09-01

Computer science and economics have engaged in a lively interaction over the past fifteen years, resulting in the new field of algorithmic game theory. Many problems that are central to modern computer science, ranging from resource allocation in large networks to online advertising, involve interactions between multiple self-interested parties. Economics

The Non Prophet s GuideTM to Spiritual Warfare
  • Author : Todd Hampson
  • Publisher : Harvest House Publishers
  • Release Date : 2020-09-01

Everything you need to know about fighting—and winning—your spiritual battles Even as a Christian, it can be difficult to discern the facts about the supernatural nature of good and evil. How much has pop culture influenced our ideas about angels and demons? Why do we as Christians face