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The apostle John provided a word of caution, showing a bit of a misunderstanding on the part of the apostle Peter regarding Christ returning soon. This is in John's gospel account, at the end. After his resurrection, while at the Sea of Tiberias, Jesus had signified how Peter's future death would glorify God. Peter then asked, 'What about John?' This is John'...


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St Veronica Guiliani said that during her 2 hours visit to hell, that souls were falling into like a non stop heavy rain.


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Since the time of the Reformation, the Protestant view was that the papacy was the beast of Revelation. John Wesley declared that “This beast is the Romish Papacy, as it came to a point six hundred years since, stands now, and will for some time longer.” The only Protestant view I could find on the image of the beast that comes out of the earth is from a ...


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It is likely that the earliest identification of "the mark of the beast" in Revelation 13:17-18 was written down by Ireneaus (circa 175 A.D.) He believed it to be the name Lateinos [Greek for 'Latin']. He wrote: "It seems to me very probable; for this is a name of the last of Daniel's four kingdoms; they being Latins that now reign." ...


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For thus saith the LORD God of Israel unto me; Take the wine cup of this fury at my hand, and cause all the nations, to whom I send thee, to drink it. And they shall drink, and be moved, and be mad, because of the sword that I will send among them. - Jeremiah 25:15-16 For the day of the LORD is near upon all the heathen: as thou hast done, it shall be done ...


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Four mainstream groups within Trinitarian Protestantism are examined regarding their views of the Book of Revelation in the source I quote from below. Of course, there will be more than four ways of understanding Rev. 15:1, but this sample should serve to suffice for a short answer. (Note - all emphases in the quotes are mine.) Albert Barnes of the 19th ...


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According to post-2000 Young Earth Creationists / premillennialists, when do (did) we reach year 6000? The Millennial day theory, the Millennium sabbath hypothesis, or the Sabbath millennium theory, is a theory in Christian eschatology in which the Second Coming of Christ will occur 6,000 years after the creation of mankind. Proponents Early ...


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Quotations from the early church fathers who support the Jewish year 6000 as significant to eschatology? Before going, let us not forget the words of the Prince of the Apostle concerning Christ’s Second Coming: Christ's Coming Judgment 1Behold this second epistle I write to you, my dearly beloved, in which I stir up by way of admonition your sincere mind: ...


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