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Feb 21 2014 I see Prophecy in All the Bible by Gary Stearman and Bill Koenig


The content of this interview is Bible Prophecy, from how to interpret it correctly to the major mistakes made by the major denominations throughout the ages since Christ.

The jest of the problem is to interpret prophecy allegorically or literally.

They both argue and I strongly concur that prophecy must be interpreted literally.

The consequences of allegorical interpretation is that the majority of the Christian churches have sided with Satan’s plan of destroying Israel and usurping Israel’s role as head of the Nations in the millennium.

Yes these are harsh words that must be taken in all seriousness. Google defines it as:

al·le·go·ry
ˈaləˌgôrē/
noun
noun: allegory; plural noun: allegories
1.
a story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning, typically a moral or political one.
For a deeper understanding of what this means I recommend the book Things To Come, A study in Biblical Eschatology by J. Dwight Pentecost. Zondervan Publishing house.
Nando
al·le·go·ry ˈaləˌgôrē/ noun noun: allegory; plural noun: allegories 1. a story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning, typically a moral or political one.
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  1. Nando,
    I have read most of the posts on “Five Doves” site, and I concurr with your scriptural understanding of things to come upon the earth. There is no doubt in my spirit that Jesus Christ is coming for His Beloved Church, very, very soon; maybe this PASSOVER.
    Keith Davidson
    PS
    Our website given below is our guest house in South Africa.

    Keith Davidson

    February 26, 2014 at 4:22 am


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