After the Thousand Years: Resurrection and Judgment in by J. Webb Mealy

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Seems to leave no place for the hostile armies of this passage'. 21) suggests that he intends to speak of the death of all unbelievers, and that any notion of the resurrected and the non-resurrected ones standing side by side in the millennium is completely foreign to him' (The Future of the World, p. 33). 3. Fiorenza, Priester fur Gott, pp. 311-12. For the same opinion, cf. A. Wikenhauser, Die Offenbarung des Johannes ubersetzt und erklart (RNT, 9; Regensburg: Pustet, 3rd edn, 1959 11947]), pp.

1-10), but equally of its surrounding context. In Rev. 1 Thus the analysis presented in this study will reveal that Fiorenza (along with Schnackenburg and others) has in effect looked in the wrong place for the heart of the millennium. 2 As will be argued in the chapters below, this is the question to which the book of Revelation offers a coherent (and perhaps irreducibly temporal) answer. It may be worthwhile to summarize the main points of the foregoing response to Fiorenza's view. Fiorenza (as will become progressively more apparent) has contributed many important insights to the study of the millennium, but her a-temporal interpretation will have to be laid aside (at least to begin with) for the following reasons.

2. Milttnarisme, p. 60. 3. Millenarisme, p. 61. Along these lines, Gry attempts to show that Rev. 9-17 pictures the present blessed state of the departed overcomers in heaven, and that Rev. 4-6 belongs to the same context (pp. 59-61). 4-6) is correct. 4. Although scholars may assert that Rev. 6 affirms the present reign of the 32 After the Thousand Years Secondly, Gry ends up virtually proving that, according to his own hypothesis about John's aim in presenting the millennium as he did, there was an effect completely opposite to the intent attributed to him.

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