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Kelly And Pompeo: How A Journalist Masterfully Combated Gaslighting
Conservative pastor: Jesus would have ‘beat the crap’ out of John Bolton
The Mom Of “Success Kid” Sent Rep. Steve King A Cease-And-Desist Letter For Using The Meme In An Ad
Day in Impeachment: Top Democrat Concedes ‘Probably No’ on Witnesses
Rick Wiles: The Coronavirus Is an End Times Plague Sent by God to Purge the World of Sin
Steve Strang: Trump Has ‘Become Our Champion’ Even Though ‘He’s Not Exactly a Choir Boy’
How Trump Transformed Mat Staver’s Understanding of What Constitutes an Impeachable Offense
Rick Wiles: The Antichrist Will Be Jewish
Could American Evangelicals Spot the Antichrist? Here Are the Biblical Predictions:
Re: Revelation – point of information (AKA my inner pedant has been triggered)
I can’t help but comment on your comment that Revelation is meaningless. The Book of Revelation is meaningful in its context. It is apocalyptic literature. Here’s the thing, it applies to the time and place in which it was written, ie mid to late first century, and nowhere else! The references would have been clearly understood by the author’s intended audience. Textual scholars have known and understood this for a couple of hundred years.
For example the ‘Seven Headed Beast’ represents Rome and the number of the beast, 666 or 616 depending on form, is Nero, the emperor at the time, in Greek (alphabetic) numerals as he had two distinct official names.
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