FREE PDF eBook download of “Does the Martyrdom of Antipas in Revelation 2:13 Support the Late-Date Composition of Revelation?” One key argument in the debates over the interpretation of the book of Revelation is the date of its composition. Nearly all dispensationalists and other proponents of Last Days Madness and End Times Fiction demand the “late […]
I know where you dwell, where Satan’s throne is; and you hold fast My name, and did not deny My faith even in the days of Antipas, My witness, My faithful one, who was killed among you, where Satan dwells” (Rev. 2:13). I was checking out at our CVS Pharmacy when the young lady behind […]
Jim Fletcher, with whom Gary will be debating in June, believes that the apocalyptic imagery in Revelation is literal and is soon to happen. But is it? Based on other passages in scripture, Gary uses the Bible to interpret itself to show that much of the apocalyptic imagery in the Word is figurative or symbolic and how much of it may have already happened.
In response to yesterday’s show and an article on the same topic, many of American Vision’s followers commented on the matter. These Christian friends wanted to tell Gary why he was wrong in interpreting Matthew 24 as “events that must soon take place.” If Christians study the whole of Scripture and take the meaning of the Greek words for what they literally translate to mean, they will come to the same conclusions Gary has arrived at. Gary revisits Matthew 24 and opens discussion to the book of Revelation to follow up with your comments.