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Preterist dating the book of revelation
I have occasionally wondered why scholars lean toward a late date for John’s Revelation.Now I have a thoroughly researched book to help me vie for an early date."Rev. in Mathematics from the University of Illinois (Chicago), he taught high school in Illinois until his recent retirement.
1: 2) or even" Jesus "(Rev 1: 9), and similar words in dozens of other verses.
Conventional understanding until recently was that Revelation was written to comfort beleaguered Christians as they underwent persecution at the hands of a megalomaniacal Roman emperor, but much of this has now been jettisoned: Domitian is no longer viewed as a despot imposing an imperial cult, and it is no longer believed that there was any systematic empire-wide persecution of Christians in his time.
A robust combination of exacting scholarship and spiritual feast.
I commend it for professional theologians, pastors, and interested laity.
One of the most important arguments for this date is based on a statement made by Irenaeus of Lyons almost 100 years later.
This statement is recorded for us in the original Greek in the famous church history written by Eusebius of Caesarea (early fourth century).The author names himself in the text as "John", but his precise identity remains a point of academic debate.Second century Christian writers such as Justin Martyr, Irenaeus, Melito the bishop of Sardis, and Clement of Alexandria and the author of the Muratorian fragment identify John the Apostle as the "John" of Revelation.He regarded the Apocalypse as the work of an inspired man but not of an Apostle (Eusebius, Church History VII.25).The Apocalypse of John, also called Revelation, is counted as both accepted (Kirsopp.Some modern scholars characterise Revelation's author as a putative figure whom they call "John of Patmos".The bulk of traditional sources date the book to the reign of the emperor Domitian (AD 81–96), and the evidence tends to confirm this.Table of Contents“In this carefully-researched, logically-coherent work Robert Hillegonds takes up the question of the date when John wrote Revelation. His early date conclusion framed within a partial preterist and amillennial perspective is very well presented.This is an important consideration for anyone who would study Revelation, for how one resolves this question necessarily impacts the meaning of Revelation.” Kenneth L. His meticulous research, sane interpretations, irenic spirit, and love for God and His truth lead the reader on an exciting journey to discover the date of the book of Revelation, with all of its interpretive implications.He very frequently combines multiple references, and again the allusional style makes it impossible to be certain to what extent he did so consciously.According to several studies including a review by Dr James Tabor and Dr J.