Unformatted text preview: When the Son of Man comes in his glory, he will sit on his throne. The Book of Revelations relates to revolutions in England and France. The end is an openended end. Revelations is about the end of history so it should be identified with history as the history of the end. This is an explosion of images, and rather illogically many images are brought together out of their symbolic importance for prophetic importance. Parody points out. Typology depends on the application of names onto a present oppression. Nero, the emperor, is like the pattern of oppression, a continually-reenacted pattern, the then, the now, and the to come. The Second Coming is going to be soon....
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- Fall '10
- Christian terms, Christian eschatology, Agnus Dei, prophetic books, sacrificed lamb