A History Connected With Numbers
A reliable confirmation of prophecy fulfilled by history connected with numbers. There are too many bible translations with little to agree on. Somehow they do agree on numbers and colors. Use them to find historical events that confirm the fulfillment of prophecy.
A New Interpretation
A reasonable interpretation based on history and numbers. Real numbers that connect prophecy with history. So why do you need to know this? You need to know the Church Jesus built upon this rock. You need to know the rules. What’s okay and what’s not okay. We don’t make the rules. They are made for us.
A Fulfillment of Prophecy
A connection with numbers that can be trusted. Your interpretation, not so much. Translators can’t be trusted but somehow they get the numbers right. If you have an ear, listen to what numbers and history can tell you. It is the only way the fulfillment of prophecy can be confirmed. Anything else is just someone’s interpretation.
A Connection With History
A prophecy fulfilled based on history connected with numbers. We can’t predict the future. We are not prophets. We can’t even interpret prophecy with our interpretation but we can connect the fulfillment of prophecy to history using numbers. You can trust numbers. Not your interpretation.
A proven teaching technique. Victorinus employs Recapitulation to understand the Apocalypse. Visions of the Apocalypse are repeated and are not necessarily in chronological order. Do not assume the chapters of the Apocalypse are in chronological order. It can lead to significant misinterpretation.
A Record of What Wasn’t
A problem with Eusebius and Victorinus. They don’t seem to be aware of the seven churches of the Apocalypse. Eusebius mentions six of the seven churches but never associates them with the Apocalypse. Victorinus mentions the seven churches that Paul wrote to but not the seven churches of the Apocalypse. Was there a version of the Apocalypse that did not have the seven churches?
A Teaching Technique
A recapitulation, a theory first introduced by Victorinus which holds visions in the Apocalypse are repeated and are not necessarily in chronological order. Like the lie, the truth must be repeated to avoid misinterpretation. The chapters of the Apocalypse are not in chronological order.
A Reliable Connection
A prophecy fulfilled with history. Only history can confirm the fulfillment of prophecy. Only numbers can reliably connect history to prophecy. All the bible translators agree on numbers and colors. You can’t trust interpretation. Only numbers and colors. Use them.
A number to connect them. You can trust numbers. Interpretation not so much. We have way too many bible versions because translators can’t agree on the Word of God. Somehow they all agree on the numbers. Use them and history to confirm the fulfillment of prophecy.
A vision in the Apocalypse that is repeated. A theory developed by Victorinus that is necessary to understand what John wrote. It means chapters in the Apocalypse can’t be considered to be in chronological order. That only leads to misinterpretation and a great deal of confusion.