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The Two Witnesses of St. John’s Revelation

Posted on17. Aug, 2019 by .


The Two Witnesses described in Revelation 11 is said to be one of the most difficult prophesies to interpret, and as such, a plethora of interpretations have been submitted, many of which are not true to the basic principles of interpreting prophesy language. Therefore, abiding within the parameters of prophesy patterns while following the chronological […]

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Remembering the Lost Art & Science of Interpreting Prophesy Language and Prophetic History | The Revelation

Posted on26. May, 2019 by .


Understanding prophesy language is essential in recognizing the intended meaning of prophesy. This introduction to prophesy takes an overview of St John’s Revelation while highlighting prophetic history and clarifying scriptural parameters which may guide proper understanding of prophesy.

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The Abomination of Desolation – Standing in the Holy Place

Posted on30. Jul, 2014 by .


The ‘abomination of desolation‘ is another point of bible prophesy surrounded with diverse interpretations. In Matthew 24, Jesus addresses an upcoming event of the ‘abomination of desolation,’ as spoken of by Daniel the prophet, standing in the holy place… Of course we know the ‘holy place’ Jesus was referring to is the Temple of God […]

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What Happened to the Historic Premillennial View and Historicism?…

Posted on25. May, 2014 by .


Most have no idea what the Historic Premillennial view or Christian Historicism is anymore, though it was the prevailing view among the Protestant Reformers for three centuries, as well as the view of the pre-reformers like Huss and Wicliff; and still farther back with the remnant of bible-believers such as the Waldenses and Albigenses who […]

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