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Marty: But Doc, the leader of my Beer & Bible small group says that the book of the Revelation was mostly fulfilled in AD70, Israel is done. I’m a Preterist.
Doc Brown: Marty, I’ve warned you about the YR&R folks. Have you read Romans 11? You need to come back to the future…
Alpaca Lips Now!
This is a little silly humor aimed at you prophecy buffs! I saw something like this posted somewhere a while back and I cannot remember to whom credit is due.
Ted: Dude, in Revelation there is this Greek word called Apollyon, and that sounds like “party on”… so PARTY ON, Dude!
Granny: Alright, Mr. Reformed Preacher Man, now that I’ve loaded my six-shooter with pork rinds and rock salt, you go ahead and tell me about how the book of Revelation is mostly allegorical…
Umpire: Strike 3!
Batter: But Mr. Ump, I am reformed and I see the strike zone as being more symbolic than literal.
The book of Revelation is allego, uh uh allego, uh uh allego, uh uh… deeply symbolic.
Apprentice: Pardon me but which parts of Revelation do you think have already occurred?
Preterist Vampire: The parts I do not understand, of course…
Dispensationalists get no respect in the blog world. What’s wrong with a little literal interpretation now & then, huh? One day I was walkin’ down the street and this guy asks me about hermeneutics. I say, “I don’t know no Herman from Utica. That’s upstate NY, I live in Jersey…”