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    I see a pattern of interpretation in prophetic studies that I believe are illegitimate and misleading. It is the issue of making false equivalencies between one thing and another. I will just briefly touch on them, for your consideration.

    1) In comparing parables with the 2nd Coming there is the tendency to want to interpret the literal pattern of the parable to apply it to the 2nd Coming. A marriage is described in parable form, and the exact order of a Jewish Marriage is then applied to the 2nd Coming. Illegitimate. Parables are stories with their own time line. It is a general concept that crosses over to the actual application--not the order within the parable itself.

    Can you imagine if we apply the parable of the Prodigal Son to the 2nd Coming using the actual order and sequence given in the story of the Prodigal Son? Won't work!

    2) In comparing the feasts of the OT to the 2nd Coming there is a false equivalency between the OT system and the NT system. They have changed from OT to NT! One cannot apply the order given under the Law for the agricultural year and apply that literally to the 2nd Coming. Won't work!

    3) In interpreting the book of Revelation there is the assumption of chronological sequence. Here is the false equivalency between a series of separate visions and a single narrative. A single nararative has a single sequence. But that sequence does not apply a chronological order from vision to vision from beginning to end of the narrative. Only the *telling* of the narrative takes place in chronological sequence--not the visions themselves.

    We need to interpret properly if we're going to get it right. This is not really a subject for discussion, but you can comment if you wish. I've not really provided much detail. It is a vast subject.

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    Re: false equivalencies in prophecy

    Or citing verses out of context. Or Claiming verses mean something that they don't. Or ignoring verses that say something completely different from what the interpreter is saying. Or ignoring viewpoints that disagree with the person's assertions. Or...


    could go on and on....
    "For a small moment have I forsaken you, and with great mercy will I gather you.With a little wrath did I hide My countenance for a moment from you, and with everlasting kindness will I have compassion on you," said your Redeemer, the Lord."..."For the mountains shall depart and the hills totter, but My kindness shall not depart from you, neither shall the covenant of My peace totter," says the Lord, Who has compassion on you.

    Isaiah 54

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fenris View Post
    Or citing verses out of context. Or Claiming verses mean something that they don't. Or ignoring verses that say something completely different from what the interpreter is saying. Or ignoring viewpoints that disagree with the person's assertions. Or...


    could go on and on....
    Legitimate criticism. Genuine Christian interpretation of Jewish Scriptures must view what the Prophets actually said and meant, rather than just superimpose Christian ideas onto them. I find that a literal interpretation of the Hebrew Prophets actually enhances my Christian theology.

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    Refreshing to hear. God bless.
    "For a small moment have I forsaken you, and with great mercy will I gather you.With a little wrath did I hide My countenance for a moment from you, and with everlasting kindness will I have compassion on you," said your Redeemer, the Lord."..."For the mountains shall depart and the hills totter, but My kindness shall not depart from you, neither shall the covenant of My peace totter," says the Lord, Who has compassion on you.

    Isaiah 54

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    Quote Originally Posted by randyk View Post
    I see a pattern of interpretation in prophetic studies that I believe are illegitimate and misleading. It is the issue of making false equivalencies between one thing and another. I will just briefly touch on them, for your consideration.

    1) In comparing parables with the 2nd Coming there is the tendency to want to interpret the literal pattern of the parable to apply it to the 2nd Coming. A marriage is described in parable form, and the exact order of a Jewish Marriage is then applied to the 2nd Coming. Illegitimate. Parables are stories with their own time line. It is a general concept that crosses over to the actual application--not the order within the parable itself.

    Can you imagine if we apply the parable of the Prodigal Son to the 2nd Coming using the actual order and sequence given in the story of the Prodigal Son? Won't work!

    2) In comparing the feasts of the OT to the 2nd Coming there is a false equivalency between the OT system and the NT system. They have changed from OT to NT! One cannot apply the order given under the Law for the agricultural year and apply that literally to the 2nd Coming. Won't work!

    3) In interpreting the book of Revelation there is the assumption of chronological sequence. Here is the false equivalency between a series of separate visions and a single narrative. A single nararative has a single sequence. But that sequence does not apply a chronological order from vision to vision from beginning to end of the narrative. Only the *telling* of the narrative takes place in chronological sequence--not the visions themselves.

    We need to interpret properly if we're going to get it right. This is not really a subject for discussion, but you can comment if you wish. I've not really provided much detail. It is a vast subject.
    One must look at how the Prophecy was given to the prophet when trying to compare events to one another, and when trying to understand the layout or timeline of said prophecy, and then applying equivalencies.

    THE BOOK OF REVELATION:

    Take Revelation for example. This was given using VISUAL IMAGERY. It was laid out to John like a Virtual Reality Movie, where He could literally walk around within a scene and observe a continuous flow of events all around him. He could not necessarily STOP the flow and examine the scene, but rather he had to pay close attention to what was going on so he could record what He saw. With this understanding, we now understand that Revelation would be given Chronologically.

    Just like in a Movie, John was shown characters who He followed through until there was a need to FLESH OUT Characters that were seen in the time flow of the first scene, but John did not get time to focus on them. Rev 12 is a prime example of this. What we would think of as a A VISUAL movie technique was used in Rev 12, where the Observer of the Visual Imagery FLASHED BACK to many years in the past and saw the WOMAN, who's imagery should have allowed Him to connect with the 144,000 sealed in Rev 7, and the Dragon who was mentioned in the Timeline Flow (in Rev 8). Both of These characters in the Visual flow were introduced using a Technique like watching a DREAM within a movie. Visual representations that link to physical Characters. The Woman's imagery of Being ISRAEL, and the Dragon, who needed to be directly understood to be the Evil villain (SATAN) of the Imagery. But within Chapter 12, there is a timeline that John saw unfold, that again, he could not stop. He had to pay close attention as it all unfolded before him.

    John was not given many opportunities to ask questions as the imagery unfolded before him. But he does, in Rev 7, and again in Rev 10. However the Flow continued around him like talking during a movie.

    Revelation is indeed Chronological, just as Movies are.

    THE BOOK OF DAIEL

    Daniel too was given MOVING IMAGERY Visions in Rev 2, 7 and 8, but more like a Cartoon movie with Dream Sequences of strange creatures or objects representing Real Kingdoms and or Kings. It played out in the same manner in Timelines with each vision, and each one overlapped the last.

    But in Daniel 9-12, these Prophecies are AUDIBLE, not visual. An angel gave Him verbal understanding of a chronological flow of Events. Daniel was NOT seeing the visions, but rather hearing them unfold as a narrative. And He was allowed to ask questions and interact with pauses as needed. So details could be given and were less likely to be missed. These prophecies are Chronological as though reading books with chronological chapters.


    But what I want to point out mostly, is that Chronology is EXTREMELY IMPORTANT in each Prophecy, and if we assume that it does not need to flow the way it was recorded on the scrolls, then we are doing ourselves a great injustice, and we are learning how to falsely teach others when we convey that message. For example the idea that in Revelation, the 7 Seals overlap the 7 Trumpets is a false teaching. The Sequence of events laid out in Revelation through Visual Imagery clearly shows these things happening one right after another.

    Without the knowledge that this was a continuous flow, we can then take it as text only and move it around wherever we want. NOPE... Can't do that...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soldier_of_Faith View Post
    One must look at how the Prophecy was given to the prophet when trying to compare events to one another, and when trying to understand the layout or timeline of said prophecy, and then applying equivalencies.

    THE BOOK OF REVELATION:

    Take Revelation for example. This was given using VISUAL IMAGERY. It was laid out to John like a Virtual Reality Movie, where He could literally walk around within a scene and observe a continuous flow of events all around him. He could not necessarily STOP the flow and examine the scene, but rather he had to pay close attention to what was going on so he could record what He saw. With this understanding, we now understand that Revelation would be given Chronologically.
    That is non sequitur. How is a virtual reality experience that does not control the content mean that it must be revealed in chronological order? Again, a narrative account has one certain chronological order, and that is the clock timing the giving of the narrative. But what is told within that narrative may describe many different time periods out of chronological order with one another.

    Quote Originally Posted by Soldier_of_Faith
    Just like in a Movie, John was shown characters who He followed through until there was a need to FLESH OUT Characters that were seen in the time flow of the first scene, but John did not get time to focus on them. Rev 12 is a prime example of this. What we would think of as a A VISUAL movie technique was used in Rev 12, where the Observer of the Visual Imagery FLASHED BACK to many years in the past and saw the WOMAN, who's imagery should have allowed Him to connect with the 144,000 sealed in Rev 7, and the Dragon who was mentioned in the Timeline Flow (in Rev 8). Both of These characters in the Visual flow were introduced using a Technique like watching a DREAM within a movie. Visual representations that link to physical Characters. The Woman's imagery of Being ISRAEL, and the Dragon, who needed to be directly understood to be the Evil villain (SATAN) of the Imagery. But within Chapter 12, there is a timeline that John saw unfold, that again, he could not stop. He had to pay close attention as it all unfolded before him.
    I think it is best not to begin with the assumption that there is a chronological order from vision to vision. To use your example, you prove my point. If John, later on in the narrative, returns to elaborate more on earlier visions, then it proves there is no chronological sequence from ch. 1 to ch. 22.

    For me, the key to understanding how to apply the various visions is not chronological order, but rather, identification of the symbols themselves. For example, Rev 12 contains the symbols of a Woman and a Serpent. This immediately brings to mind the Garden of Eden story, which explains the symbols in an eschatological context.

    Quote Originally Posted by Soldier_of_Faith
    John was not given many opportunities to ask questions as the imagery unfolded before him. But he does, in Rev 7, and again in Rev 10. However the Flow continued around him like talking during a movie.

    Revelation is indeed Chronological, just as Movies are.

    THE BOOK OF DAIEL

    Daniel too was given MOVING IMAGERY Visions in Rev 2, 7 and 8, but more like a Cartoon movie with Dream Sequences of strange creatures or objects representing Real Kingdoms and or Kings. It played out in the same manner in Timelines with each vision, and each one overlapped the last.

    But in Daniel 9-12, these Prophecies are AUDIBLE, not visual. An angel gave Him verbal understanding of a chronological flow of Events. Daniel was NOT seeing the visions, but rather hearing them unfold as a narrative. And He was allowed to ask questions and interact with pauses as needed. So details could be given and were less likely to be missed. These prophecies are Chronological as though reading books with chronological chapters.
    Dan 9-12 is not chronological. Dan 9 talks about the Roman destruction of Jerusalem and the temple, from which Jesus gets his Olivet Discourse. Dan 11 talks about Antiochus 4, which in reverse chronological order from the 70 AD destruction of the temple in Dan 9.

    Quote Originally Posted by Soldier_of_Faith
    But what I want to point out mostly, is that Chronology is EXTREMELY IMPORTANT in each Prophecy, and if we assume that it does not need to flow the way it was recorded on the scrolls, then we are doing ourselves a great injustice, and we are learning how to falsely teach others when we convey that message. For example the idea that in Revelation, the 7 Seals overlap the 7 Trumpets is a false teaching. The Sequence of events laid out in Revelation through Visual Imagery clearly shows these things happening one right after another.

    The list of seals, trumpets, and vials do not flow like an historical account. Rather, they are lists of events that may more or less happen around the same time. The key, again, is the symbols being used. Seals convey the fulfillment of God's word. Trumpets convey something military. And vials convey judgment. They all reflect prophetic fulfillment without any necessary chronological account with respect to one another. They are more declarations of fact than a crystal ball prophecy.

    Quote Originally Posted by Soldier_of_Faith
    Without the knowledge that this was a continuous flow, we can then take it as text only and move it around wherever we want. NOPE... Can't do that...
    My concern is that we not turn the Apocalypse into "fun interpretations" for prophecy enthusiasts. I take God's word as it is--no more and no less.

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    Re: false equivalencies in prophecy

    Or here's one of my favorites, comes up all the time here. People will take a prophecy that is from the past and say it's a future event. Typically it involves some prophecy of the first temple's destruction and following exile, but someone with "advanced knowledge" will claim it's yet to come.
    "For a small moment have I forsaken you, and with great mercy will I gather you.With a little wrath did I hide My countenance for a moment from you, and with everlasting kindness will I have compassion on you," said your Redeemer, the Lord."..."For the mountains shall depart and the hills totter, but My kindness shall not depart from you, neither shall the covenant of My peace totter," says the Lord, Who has compassion on you.

    Isaiah 54

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fenris View Post
    Or here's one of my favorites, comes up all the time here. People will take a prophecy that is from the past and say it's a future event. Typically it involves some prophecy of the first temple's destruction and following exile, but someone with "advanced knowledge" will claim it's yet to come.
    If what is prophesied hasn't yet happened, then it IS yet to come.
    It does not require 'advanced knowledge' to know from the historical record what has happened in the past and what has not.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Keraz View Post
    If what is prophesied hasn't yet happened, then it IS yet to come.
    Ah. Look who peeked in.

    Warnings given to the generation that saw exile happened to the generation that saw exile. It's not a difficult concept.

    When the plain sense of Scripture makes common sense, seek no other sense; therefore, take every word at its primary, ordinary, usual, literal meaning
    Christians usually don't, though. That's how they build their whole case: A "spiritualized" reading of the text.
    "For a small moment have I forsaken you, and with great mercy will I gather you.With a little wrath did I hide My countenance for a moment from you, and with everlasting kindness will I have compassion on you," said your Redeemer, the Lord."..."For the mountains shall depart and the hills totter, but My kindness shall not depart from you, neither shall the covenant of My peace totter," says the Lord, Who has compassion on you.

    Isaiah 54

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fenris View Post
    Ah. Look who peeked in.

    Warnings given to the generation that saw exile happened to the generation that saw exile. It's not a difficult concept.

    Christians usually don't, though. That's how they build their whole case: A "spiritualized" reading of the text.
    Bible prophesies telling of dramatic cosmic and earthly events, just haven't happened yet.
    And there's no need to spiritualize prophesies like:

    Deuteronomy 32:34-43...... When I set my hand to judgement, My sword will devour flesh.
    Isaiah 66:16 The Lord will judge with fire and many will be slain by Him.
    Psalms 37:9-10 & 20 For evildoers will be no more, their place will be empty. Evil people will die, they will be incinerated and will go up in smoke.
    Malachi 4:1 The Day comes, burning like a furnace...on the Day the Lord takes action, all wicked peoples will be as ashes under your feet.
    Zephaniah 1:3 & 11 I shall destroy humans and animals. Dire distress will come upon all the godless peoples, their blood and guts will spill over the ground.
    Psalms 97:3-5 For My sword is ready and it descends upon those doomed for death. Fire goes ahead of the Lord and consumes His enemies on every side.
    Isaiah 63:6 The Lord stamped on peoples in His anger, their blood poured out on the ground.Revelation 14:17-20
    Isaiah 54:6 ...though the sky be dispersed, the earth be wasted and its inhabitants die like flies.
    Jeremiah 25:33 Those whom the Lord has slain in that Day will lie scattered from one end of the earth to the other.
    Jeremiah 9:22 Corpses will lie like dung in the fields, like swaths behind the reaper.
    Isaiah 34:3 The dead will be flung out and will cover the ground, their bodies will stink.
    Isaiah 13:12 Humans will become scarce, more rare than fine gold.

    The nations who attack the holy Land;
    Ezekiel 7:14-16 The trumpet has sounded, but no one goes to war, because their turmoil has called forth My wrath. Those outside will die and those in the cities, by plague and famine. If any escape to the hills, there I shall kill them, for their sins.
    Isaiah 10:23 The Light of Israel will become a fire that will in one Day burn up and consume His enemies.
    Jeremiah 49:37 I shall break Elam, [Iran] My fierce anger will bring disaster to them.
    Psalms 83:13-15 Scatter them, Lord with Your fire and storm winds....

    Ezekiel 30:4-5 Egypt will suffer anguish, her slain will fall along with all the Arab lands.
    Ezekiel 32:6 & 15 I shall drench Egypt with blood, the whole land will become empty.
    Zephaniah 2:12 You Cu****es [Africa] also will be slain by the sword of the Lord.
    Jeremiah 50:27 Put all warriors to the sword, lead them to slaughter, for their time has come.

    The Lord’s people, Israel and Judah;
    Isaiah 34:6 The Lord has a sword covered in blood.... He has a great slaughter in Bozrah and Edom. Bozrah- where the 10 tribes live. Edom- Non Israelite peoples.
    Jeremiah 11:16 Once you were My people, now with a great noise, you will be burnt and consumed.
    Isaiah 5:25 The Lord’s anger is roused against His people and as He strikes them down, the mountains shake. Their bodies lie like dung in the streets.
    Ezekiel 21:3 & 8-11 My sword will kill both righteous and wicked alike from the Negev northward. A sword is ready to kill and kill again, polished to flash like lightning, terrible will be the slaughter. Ref: REB, NIV. Some verses abridged.

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    Re: false equivalencies in prophecy

    Quote Originally Posted by Keraz View Post
    Bible prophesies telling of dramatic cosmic and earthly events, just haven't happened yet.
    You take it more literally than the apostles. Peter said in Acts 2.....

    Acts 2:16–21 (AV): But this is that which was spoken by the prophet Joel; 17 And it shall come to pass in the last days, saith God, I will pour out of my Spirit upon all flesh: and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, and your young men shall see visions, and your old men shall dream dreams: 18 And on my servants and on my handmaidens I will pour out in those days of my Spirit; and they shall prophesy: 19 And I will shew wonders in heaven above, and signs in the earth beneath; blood, and fire, and vapour of smoke: 20 The sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood, before that great and notable day of the Lord come: 21 And it shall come to pass, that whosoever shall call on the name of the Lord shall be saved.

    Peter says at Pentecost “this is that” and he quotes the portion of Joel with dramatic cosmic and earthly events. I repeat, Peter said this is that.

    So I can go with Peter who said this is that or go with you who says it hasn’t happened yet.

    Okay. Jump through hoops now to show Peter doesn’t mean what he said.

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    You take it more literally than the apostles. Peter said in Acts 2.....

    Acts 2:16–21 (AV): But this is that which was spoken by the prophet Joel; 17 And it shall come to pass in the last days, saith God, I will pour out of my Spirit upon all flesh: and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, and your young men shall see visions, and your old men shall dream dreams: 18 And on my servants and on my handmaidens I will pour out in those days of my Spirit; and they shall prophesy: 19 And I will shew wonders in heaven above, and signs in the earth beneath; blood, and fire, and vapour of smoke: 20 The sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood, before that great and notable day of the Lord come: 21 And it shall come to pass, that whosoever shall call on the name of the Lord shall be saved.

    Peter says at Pentecost “this is that” and he quotes the portion of Joel with dramatic cosmic and earthly events. I repeat, Peter said this is that.

    So I can go with Peter who said this is that or go with you who says it hasn’t happened yet.

    Okay. Jump through hoops now to show Peter doesn’t mean what he said.
    No jumping required.
    There was a taste of the Joel 2:28-32 prophecy at that Pentecost time. But it did not last and it didn't involve the cosmic prophecies.

    Peter simply reiterated Joel and he does again in 2 Peter 3:7. We have been warned of a forthcoming sudden and shocking event, with cosmic signs and wonders. The scriptures I posted in #20 can and will literally come to pass. Why shouldn't we who read the prophesies be aware and prepared for it all?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keraz View Post
    No jumping required.
    There was a taste of the Joel 2:28-32 prophecy at that Pentecost time. But it did not last and it didn't involve the cosmic prophecies.

    Peter simply reiterated Joel and he does again in 2 Peter 3:7. We have been warned of a forthcoming sudden and shocking event, with cosmic signs and wonders. The scriptures I posted in #20 can and will literally come to pass. Why shouldn't we who read the prophesies be aware and prepared for it all?
    So this is not that. This is merely a taste of that.

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    Re: false equivalencies in prophecy

    Quote Originally Posted by Keraz View Post
    Bible prophesies telling of dramatic cosmic and earthly events, just haven't happened yet.
    And there's no need to spiritualize prophesies like:
    Most of which occurred shortly after the warning. These were prophecies about the destruction of king Solomon's temple and the Babylonian exile, and they happened a long long time ago.
    "For a small moment have I forsaken you, and with great mercy will I gather you.With a little wrath did I hide My countenance for a moment from you, and with everlasting kindness will I have compassion on you," said your Redeemer, the Lord."..."For the mountains shall depart and the hills totter, but My kindness shall not depart from you, neither shall the covenant of My peace totter," says the Lord, Who has compassion on you.

    Isaiah 54

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    Re: false equivalencies in prophecy

    Quote Originally Posted by Fenris View Post
    Most of which occurred shortly after the warning. These were prophecies about the destruction of king Solomon's temple and the Babylonian exile, and they happened a long long time ago.
    Please provide scriptures or even a historical reference to prophesies like these, having happened in the past:

    Deuteronomy 32:41 When I set my hand to judgement, My sword will devour flesh.
    Isaiah 66:16 The Lord will judge with fire and many will be slain by Him.
    Psalms 37:9-10 & 20 For evildoers will be no more, their place will be empty. Evil people will die, they will be incinerated and will go up in smoke.
    Malachi 4:1 The Day comes, burning like a furnace...on the Day the Lord takes action, all wicked peoples will be as ashes under your feet.
    Zephaniah 1:3 & 11 I shall destroy humans and animals. Dire distress will come upon all the godless peoples, their blood and guts will spill over the ground.
    Psalms 97:3-5 For My sword is ready and it descends upon those doomed for death. Fire goes ahead of the Lord and consumes His enemies on every side.
    Isaiah 63:6 The Lord stamped on peoples in His anger, their blood poured out on the ground.
    Isaiah 54:6 ...though the sky be dispersed, the earth be wasted and its inhabitants die like flies.
    Jeremiah 25:33 Those whom the Lord has slain in that Day will lie scattered from one end of the earth to the other.
    Jeremiah 9:22 Corpses will lie like dung in the fields, like swaths behind the reaper.
    Isaiah 34:3 The dead will be flung out and will cover the ground, their bodies will stink.
    Isaiah 13:12 Humans will become scarce, more rare than fine gold.

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