Dating the book revalation

Gentry makes a clear and convincing case for the book of Revelation to have been written in A. "My confident conviction is that a solid case for a Neronic date for Revelation can be set forth from the available evidences, both internal and external. If this book would attain wide readership among average American Christians, which, unfortunately I doubt it will, it could result in a radical restructuring of the average evangelical's worldview. On the one hand, if Christianity's eschatological expectation is that of an imminently portending and dismally precipitous decline and extinction of Christian influence in our day, as much of current Christian literature suggests, then our Christian endeavor will be powerfully bent in one direction.In fact, I would lean toward a date afte Gentry makes a clear and convincing case for the book of Revelation to have been written in A. "My confident conviction is that a solid case for a Neronic date for Revelation can be set forth from the available evidences, both internal and external. And it must necessarily be turned away from the implementation of long-term Christian cultural progress and dominion.

Instead, I was enthralled and w This book was not at all what I expected, yet much better than I expected.However hopeful preterism is does not make it true, though.That is why I was happy to find Gentry's early date advocacy for the Revelation well-researched and well-founded.The decidedly more hopeful worldview of partial preterism is extremely appealing to me.Growing up under my grandfather's classic dispensational preaching (of the hell, fire, and brimstone variety) left me with a lot of fear concerning the eschaton.