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Thy Kingdom Come: Re-evaluating the Historicist’s Interpretation of the Revelation

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Contemporary history, progressive revelation, and the Hebraic festivals are the basis for renovating the traditional historicist’s perception of recapitulation in the book of Revelation, without disturbing the historicist’s foundation the papacy is the Antichrist. Under this new interpretation, John’s use of recapitulation was modest compared with the traditionalist’s view. The new view correlates the prophecies and illustrations of the seven seals with our modern-day market-driven society, the prophetic era of the Laodicean church, the autumnal festivals, and the “the time of the end” in Daniel 8:17. The correspondence of the apocalyptic horsemen of the seven seals with the historical accounts of the Protestant’s rise to prominence and their termination of the churches’ influence in our modern-day commerce is incendiary. Moreover, the correspondence about autumnal festivals regarding the final judgment and the apocalyptic horsemen of the seven seals is no less provocative. As with all re-evaluations through progressive revelation, they are a blessing for the sons and daughters of God and a reproof for those who walk in darkness (Revelation 1:3)

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Thy Kingdom Come: Re-evaluating the Historicist’s Interpretation of the Revelation