Re: [revelation-list] New Member
- le 5/09/03 17:49, Dennis H White à dwhite@... a écrit :
> Ladies and Gentlemen, Doctors and Students: grace to you and peace!Dennis,
> I am a new member. My name is
> Dennis H. White, and I am located
> at Eureka, South Dakota. I am
> retired and therefore have time to
> My interest in "The Revelation"
> revolves around the concept of
> "God dwelling among His people."
> Thus the subject of the Temple of
> God in "The Revelation" is of interest
> to me along the lines of the Son of
> David who builds that dwelling place
> for God. Certain requirements were
> to be met before David's idea of a
> dwelling place for God could be
> implemented. David's son, Solomon,
> did build a temple for God's dwelling.
> So the question is: Is Revelation
> designed to picture the conditions
> for God's dwelling among His people
> being met through the agency of the
> Christ, David's son, so as to bring about
> the end result in Rev. 21?
> This, then, is my interest in Revelation
> with regards to its design. Much might
> be explained if Revelation is designed
> to explain the building up of God's
> dwelling in the midst of His people.
> Only time and hard research will
> suggest a likiness to this idea of mine.
> Thanks for accepting me into your circle.
> Dennis H. White
> From the high northern plains of the
> Dakota, Lakota, and Nakota tribes
You might be interested in having a look at the following book which deals
witht the topic of the Temple of God in the Book of Revelation:
Andrea SPATAFORA, "From the Temple of God to God as the Temple", Tesi
Gregoriani, Serie Teologia 27, Editrice Pontificia Università Gregoriana,
Alain M. de Lassus