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The Book of Revelation is commonly believed to have been written sometime around AD 94-95 during the last years of the reign of the Emperor Domitian. One of the most important arguments for this date is based on a statement made by Irenaeus of Lyons almost 100 years later. This statement is recorded for us in the original Greek in the famous church history written by Eusebius of Caesarea (early fourth century).
What if the way we have read Irenaeus' statement is mistaken?
What if we have erred in reading Irenaeus through the eyes of Eusebius?
What if we are overlooking some questionable presuppositions and a basic misunderstanding which colored the way Eusebius wrote history?
This misunderstanding and these presuppositions are both examined in Robert Hillegonds painstaking research published as The Early Date of Revelation and the Endtimes. This issue powerfully impacts our understanding of end times prophecy, as well as what we should be doing as we await the return of Christ.
|Publisher:||Victorious Hope Publishing|
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