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  • I too have thoroughly enjoyed this group. Perhaps Otto's suggestion might fly for a while. Don K ----- Original Message ----- From: "Otto Erlend Nordgreen" To: Sent: Friday, January 07, 2005 1:36 PM Subject: Re: [revelation-list] The future of this group > > Dear Georg, > > > >Therefore I will no longer be able to moderate this list - indeed, I > >have not been moderating very much...
    Don K Jan 7, 2005
  • Perhaps it would be helpful to note that Chilton adopted the full preterist view before his untimely death. He presented some of his reasons why at a prophecy conference in Oklahoma City, in 1997, that I helped to plan. Tapes of that session are available from me. Not sure how much that answers your specific question, but thought it might be helpful as somewhat of a caveat. In...
    Don K May 22, 2004
  • Certainly a love story is present. However, it also seems to me that there is a "divorce story" present as God was divorcing Old Covenant Israel (specifically Judah), for her adulterous ways. I believe the marriage of chapter 19 has to seen in the context of the Old Covenant promises that God would remarry Israel, specifically the 10 tribes. However, to do this, he would...
    Don K Apr 23, 2004
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  • Charles, I will offer just a thought or two. Essentially a partial, (or semi-) preterist is one that holds that some, although not all of the eschatological prophecies of the scriptural corpus have been fulfilled. Although the Oxford Dictionary defines a preterist as one that holds that most of Revelation has been fulfilled, that term also is applicable to those who hold that some...
    Don K Mar 24, 2004
  • Jason, you are certainly correct that there is so much involved in the "names" of the Apocalypse. RE: the differences between K. Gentry and myself in regard to those names, I venture to say that there would be a great deal of agreement , actually. There are of course significant differences between us in other regards however, i.e. the millennium, and parousia, etc. Gentry has...
    Don K Mar 20, 2004
  • It seems to me also that there are essentially "book-end" referents to the Deity of Jesus. In 1:8 we find that he is called "the pantokrator" i.e. the equivalent of El Shaddai in the OT. He is also "the one who was, who is, and is to come, the first and the last" calling to mind the Isaianic references to Jehovah. Then, in 19 we find him called "King of kings and Lord of lords...
    Don K. Preston Mar 18, 2004
  • George, I seem not to have your personal email still, so this is the only way I knew to contact you. Please PM me. Thanks, Don K
    Don K Feb 15, 2004
  • Hello, Ed, Just a few thoughts, certainly not comprehensive: 1.) The fulfillment of God's promises to Israel in the establishment of the kingdom (10:7 11:15f; 22:6) 2.) The time for the avenging of the saints ala Song of Moses 32:43---> Apoc. 6:9f; 16:6f; 18:20, 24 3.) The time for the passing of the Scepter from Judah, as seen in the demise of "Babylon" the Great City, "where the...
    Don K Jan 28, 2004
  • Jason, David Ulansey wrote a book: "The Origins of the Mithraic Mysteries" (Oxford, 1989). It is interesting, but probably not comprehensive. Not sure if it is what you are looking for. To my recollection he does not correlate Mithra to the Apocalypse. Been a while since I read it. Hope this helps. Don K ----- Original Message ----- From: "MORIAH PLASTICS (COATES)" To: Sent...
    Don K Oct 7, 2003
  • Greg, I have personally taken the "sea" of the earlier chapter to represent the Old Covenant Temple imagery, for as all know, there was a huge brass "sea" standing in front of the temple. The priests had to wash there, and use the water as purification for entrance into the Temple. If this imagery stands behind the vision, then the removal of that sea would represent, like the...
    Don K Sep 13, 2003