Who is This Babylon

Review and Response to Simon Kistemaker’s Dating of Revelation #4

The fact that John was told that the interpretation of the seven hills was seven kings, (not kingdoms) invalidates Kistemaker’s objections to the dating of Revelation.

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Responding to the Critics: A Look at Roderick Edwards’ Book: About Preterism – #4

Edward’s own Reformed view of God’s Sovereignty, which teaches that every single thing that happens was predestinated before the world began, means that the apostasy that did happen was in fact predestinated by God.

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Responding to the Critics: A Look At Roderick Edwards’ Book: What About Preterism? Article #3

The Lord never guaranteed that every man would understand that revelation as it was intended. We know from Scripture itself that they did not.

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Responding to the Critics: A Look At Roderick Edwards’s Book: “About Preterism” – Article #2

In Edward’s view of God’s Sovereignty, i.e. in the Reformed / Calvinistic view, every single thing that is done or that occurs was / is predestinated. That means that if (since) there was an apostasy, a loss of proper understanding of eschatology, then that apostasy was foreordained / predestinated by God.

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Responding to the Critics: A Look at Roderick Edwards’ Book: About Preterism – Article #1

It should be obvious that Edwards actually disparages reliance on Sola Scriptura. He castigates “private interpretation” based on a distorted application of 2 Peter 1:20. Scripture no where- EVER – devalues private study, individual interpretation as Roderick Edwards does.

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