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The Potter's Clay

Scripture, Theology, the Christian worldview, and other ramblings.

14 August 2005

Reading Revelation - Part 2

Again, Jollyblogger has a well written follow-up to his previous post about Reformed eschatology and interpreting the book of Revelation. David Wayne is one of my favorite bloggers, check him out.

As well, if you are up for some reading, check out Knox Seminary's "John-Revelation Project". It has been out on the internet for a while now. I read it last year and it really pricked my mind to pursue a better understanding of Revelation. I am not 100% sure of the conclusions, but it is a fascinating study nonetheless, and I need more study in that area too.


Blogger Daniel F. Wells said...

I agree with much of "Reformed Eschatology" (aka Amillennialism), but I am postmillennial. I am going to post a review of Cornelis P. Venema's The Promise of the Future (a well-known work defendig Reformed eschatology) next week on my blog.

In Christ,
Daniel F. Wells

18 August, 2005 11:26  

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