Not Unusual

by Terry
(Cedar Springs ,Mi)

Many prophecies have both a near and a far fulfillment. Isaiah is a prime example. Many Old Testament prophecies were "Fleshed out" in the New Testament times, as were the Laws, and our understanding of God as revealed through His Son.
Why would Revelations be different?

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Mar 03, 2017
Mystifying
by: Paul

Okay. I still don't see the relevance. My thought was that the prophecy is mystifying, not unusual. Even taking into account double prophecies, the fact that Rome fell right at 6,000 years by Theophilus' reckoning does not lead to anything. So 6,000 years were up, Rome fell, but then what? The early Christians were expecting antiChrist to replace Rome. Where is he?

Mar 02, 2017
not unusual relevance
by: Anonymous

The comment was a response to the last four paragraphs of your article. Very interesting site.

Mar 02, 2017
Relevance?
by: Paul

Hi Terry,

I agree with you on this assessment, but I'm not sure how it applies to the page. Can you explain the point you are trying to make?

Paul

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