By Anthony C. Garland
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46 Perhaps the greatest weapon of critical scholarship is its academic mandate that other views engage its speculative theories else lose a hearing. This mandate denies the rule of faith of the believer and our trust in God‘s written revelation. Believers do not exercise a ’blind faith,’ but neither should we waste precious time interacting with speculative theories which only serve to keep us from a deeper understanding of what God has revealed. 47 Here we might pause to observe that many who have defected from solid doctrinal positions based upon the Word of God have done so because they never truly understood the position they initially endorsed.
More than three times as many as Matthew, and nearly three times as many as the Epistle to the Hebrews. We ask whether this does not give the book of Revelation a very special connection with the Old Testament, and with Israel? ” [emphasis added]—Bullinger, Commentary On Revelation, 6-7. 40 Bullinger, Commentary On Revelation, 111-112. 2] which sees the entire book written to 1st-Century readers and concerning events localized in either the fall of Jerusalem or the fall of Rome. 42 Robert Anderson, The Coming Prince (Grand Rapids, MI: Kregel Publications, 1957), 171*.
60] view of Scripture as we believe that this is what God’s Word teaches when rightly interpreted. 2]. 63]. During these five years, we learned many valuable things for which we will eternally be grateful. Yet the place of prophecy in the Word of God and the book of Revelation specifically were seldom, if ever taught. Having a better grasp of the issues and interpretive systems involved, we now understand that the book of Revelation was seen as having already passed its point of relevance. 27] language thought to be found in the book, the book was relegated to serving as a devotional text for Christian living.
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