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The Mysterious 144,000

  • July 31, 2016

The Mysterious 144,000 Who are the 144,000 in Revelation and what is their purpose? by Dr. David R. Reagan There is probably no part of Revelation that has been more abused than the first half of chapter 7 which tells about 144,000 Jews being "sealed" as "bond-servants" of God. The…

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Book of Revelations?

  • July 31, 2016

Book of Revelations? By Chris Schang One source of frequent confusion in the Bible is whether the Book of Revelation is actually the Book of Revelations? I have to admit that in my early days of being a Christian I often times threw out the word "Revelations" rather than the…

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The Mystery of the Rapture

  • July 31, 2016

The Mystery of the Rapture Why isn't the Rapture mentioned in the book of Revelation? by Dr. David R. Reagan Does the Rapture mark the beginning of the Tribulation? No, the Bible does not state anywhere that the Tribulation begins with the Rapture. I believe the Rapture could occur months…

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The Tribulation Judgments

  • July 31, 2016

The Tribulation Judgments Are they sequential and are they natural or supernatural? by Dr. David R. Reagan and Dennis Pollock Are the judgments during the Tribulation sequential in nature? Scholars who reject the premillennial interpretation of end time prophecy have always played games with the book of Revelation in order…

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The Letters to the Seven Churches

  • July 31, 2016

The Letters to the Seven Churches Do they have any prophetic significance? by Dr. David R. Reagan Church at Ephesus The church at Ephesus is representative of the apostolic period from 30 A.D. to 95 A.D., when the Church was concerned about organization and doctrine to the point that it…

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Revelation: The Nature and Purpose of the Tribulation

  • July 31, 2016

The Nature and Purpose of the Tribulation Why is God going to pour out His wrath during the Tribulation? by Dr. David R. Reagan The unparalleled horror of the Tribulation is spelled out in detail in both the Hebrew Scriptures and the New Testament. Isaiah wrote that it will be…

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The Issue of Preterism

  • July 31, 2016

The Issue of Preterism Doesn't the book infer that its prophecies were to be fulfilled in the time it was written? by Dr. David R. Reagan It would be easy to get this impression because the very first verse speaks of "the things which must shortly take place" (Revelation 1:1).…

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Revelation: The Date of the Book

  • July 31, 2016

Revelation: The Date of the Book Was Revelation written before or after the fall of Jerusalem? by Dr. David R. Reagan The internal evidence of the book regarding the Roman Empire and the external testimony of the Church Fathers both point to a date of authorship around 95 A.D., 25…

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Revelation: The Interpretation of the Book

  • July 31, 2016

Revelation: The Interpretation of the Book Is it symbolic or literal in nature? by Dr. David R. Reagan Please don't be deceived by those people who come along and say, "The book of Revelation is apocalyptic; therefore, you can't understand it." That's a bunch of nonsense — just nonsense. I…

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Revelation: The Nature of the Book

  • July 31, 2016

The Nature of the Book Is Revelation prophecy or history? by Dr. David R. Reagan The book of Revelation itself declares that it is prophecy: "Blessed is he who reads and those who hear the words of the prophecy..." (Revelation 1:3). Four additional times in the last chapter of the…

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