revelation

  1. Von

    The Seven Churches Ages.

    I know about William Branham's "seven church ages" (in other words that the seven churches of Revelation 2,3 are church ages rather than local congregations or representative of congregations). I also know that Branham's theology is not exactly considered mainstream. Question: Does the idea of...
  2. Filter

    Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse

    I have been reading through William Hendriksen's More than Conquerors, and just a couple days ago I read through his commentary on Revelation 6. He identifies the four horsemen as thus: 1) White horse rider - Jesus Christ Himself, as He throughout the Bible (and especially Revelation) is...
  3. Another FreeChurchMan

    Works on Providential Preservation

    Looking for direction in the study of the best works on the doctrine of providential preservation, both of the Old Testament Hebrew and the New Testament Greek!
  4. P

    Kenneth Gentry's "Revelation Commentary"?

    I have been studying the millennial views and have found Kenneth Gentry's Preterist Postmillennialism very compelling. I see in several places that he talks about writing an extensive commentary on Revelation but I can't find it anywhere. Does anyone know what the status of that is? Is he still...
  5. Christian Teegardin

    Post-Tribulation Chialist, Wanting Biblical Support for Amillennialism

    I am interested in Reformed Amillennial eschatology, and currently hold to dispensationalism, pre-millennialism, and post-tribulation, all together. I hold to Calvinistic soteriology, though. Here is what I want: 1. Biblical arguments for both sides. 2. A debate between the two sides. 3...
  6. M

    Protestant Purgatory?

    Objective of this thread: refute the interpretation of those that utilize various verses to support protestant purgatory, also known as dispensational punishment or millennial/kingdom exclusion. Description: Based on the teaching of men such as Robert Govett, G.H. Lang and others, Watchman...
  7. T

    Amillenialism and the Signs of the times.

    I've only recently over the past few months gone from dispensationalism to Covenant theology. Once that happened, I had to drop a pre-trib rapture and after a while drop Premillennialism. However being now Amil (which I believe is the true eschatology of hope, sorry Postmil friends), I'm now...
  8. Matthew1344

    Revelation 12:7, Edwards, Calvin, Michael, & Jesus????

    Now war arose in heaven, Michael and his angels fighting against the dragon. And the dragon and his angels fought back, -Revelation 12:7 Did Edwards and Calvin believe that Michael is Jesus? Satan has ever had a peculiar enmity against the Son of God. Probably his first rebellion, which...
  9. J

    God Told Me . . .

    My wife met with another woman from our church this morning at a coffee shop to encourage and strengthen one another in the Lord. As they're leaving, a man comes up to them, kneels down by the table, looks at my wife's friend and and gently tells her, "God wanted me to tell you that you're not...
  10. D

    Revelation 22:18-19 - Referring to the whole Bible, or just Revelation?

    This is something I've wondered about for a while, but is probably a silly question. These verses are occasionally used as Scriptural proof against modifying any part of the Bible. That should be common sense, but looking at the context, it seems that these verses can only be talking about...
  11. mshingler

    partial vs. full preterist

    I see a number of threads where someone states that they are a "partial-preterist." I wonder if someone can help me understand the difference between partial preterism and full preterism? Is partial preterism a somewhat fluid term, meaning different things to different people? Is there a...
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