This book distinctively lays out the Historical Method of Interpreting Biblical Prophecy (Continuist). This method is very foreign and all but lost to those of the twentieth-century. This is not a new method but rather an old method that has been re-discovered and now re-evaluated. Interestingly this method or approach can be traced back in history to disciples of St. John himself. This particular book was considered to be the definitive work of the historicist method of interpreting the Revelation in its day. An absolute read for the any and all interested in biblical prophecy. But be warned it has been known to challenge believers to their very core in regards to what they believe about the future. The book promises to be both refreshing and provocative.
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Moses Lowman was an eighteenth-century man and was a contemporary of Jonathan Edwards. Among his peers Lowman was recognized as being most proficient in Hebraic studies. This fact is most notable because of the critically important principle of interpreting scripture with scripture. Much of the figurative language used in the Revelation is reflective and is directly derived from the Old Testament. Having this expertise is most useful when attempting to decipher the most obscure book ever written, The Revelation of St John. I believe it was this expertise along with the vast proliferation of very knowledgeable theologians publishing interpretations of the Revelation, from the Reformation to his own era, enabled Moses Lowman to submit a definitive work on the subject.
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Book Description BookSurge Publishing, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX1419627686