A Sign In The Sky
A suggestion that John Chrysostom wrote the Apocalypse 30 September 395. Made by Nikolai Alexandrovich Morozov, an astronomer, according to R. H. Charles in his book, “Studies in the Apocalypse: Being Lectures Delivered before the University of London”. A book worth reading.
A Third John
A necessary connection to the Apocalypse. How it became part of the bible. Many did not think it belonged there. John Chrysostom was one of them and he was in Ephesus when Jerome was finishing the Vulgate. Astronomy points to Chrysostom as the writer of the Apocalypse according to Morozov. There are other reasons.
A Date for the Apocalypse
A bishop, John Chrysostom, is the writer according to the astronomer Nikolai Alexandrovich Morozov who sets the date as 395. At this time five of the seven dynasties of Rome had fallen. Chrysostom was in Ephesus at the end of the fourth century. Would he not look for evidence of the most famous book of the bible?
A Sign In The Sky
that John Chrysostom wrote the Apocalypse 30 September 395. Only an astronomer like Nikolai Alexandrovich Morozov could come up with something like this. Only R. H. Charles would include something like this in his book, “Studies in the Apocalypse: Being Lectures Delivered before the University of London”. A book worth reading.
for the Apocalypse. 30 September 395 and the author is John Chrysostom. All this according to Nikolai Alexandrovich Morozov. For some reason R. H. Charles chose to include this in his book, “STUDIES IN THE APOCALYPSE”. There are more reasons to consider Chrysostom.
A Bare Record
in the first chapter of the Apocalypse. The name John is mentioned two times in the third person and once in the first person. John the Apostle knew “who bare record” and the seven churches. John the Baptist knew the Lamb and the seven spirits but not the churches or Jesus. John Chrysostom on the isle of Patmos at the beginning of the fifth century knew all of this including Jerome’s Latin translation of the bible. Nicolaus Morosow based on astronomy pointed to Chrysostom as the writer of the Apocalypse. All these dots can be connected in a reasonable way.
link Chrysostom to the Apocalypse. The astronomer is Morozow. The date is 395. Gibbon taught me not to trust dates. Baur taught me that it was January 401 when Chrysostom arrived in Ephesus to replace seven bishops. It would take three months. Charles taught me about Morozow. I had already suspected Chrysostom. He was the only notable John around when five are fallen, and one is, and the other is not yet come. They being the seven dynasties of the Roman Empire.
Watch for more pieces that fit. Blessed is the one who looks.