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Dating of the Book of Revelation Review of Doug Post Bellview Lectures

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In tonight's review of Doug Post's lecture at the Bellview Church of Christ's attempts to refute Covenant Eschatology, we have more trouble for these troubled lectures. Doug Post gives up the farm on the Dating of Revelation and the imminent at hand, shortly to come to pass, soon, about to happen in their generation time statements. He also acknowledges with a reasonable amount of documentation that all books of the N.T. were written prior to the destruction of the Jerusalem, citing Clement of Rome.

Post says as early as the 2nd and 3rd centuries, documentation for the pre-dating of the New Testament was fairly common. He cites Geisler in saying that if Revelation has been written after A.D. 70 surely they would have mentioned the most important national and prophetic event in their history especially since it involved corroborration of the deity of Christ.

After making such self-incriminating doctrinal statements, Post then begins to hedge in an attempt to take back the impact of what he should profoundly and boldly states in the beginning of his lecture.

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