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19.The second angel (among the three angels of Revelation 14:6-12) proclaims the fall of Babylon the Great.
20.According to Hindson, the 144,000 are actually describing all ofGod’s servants, both Jewish and Gentile believers.21.The “key of David,” as referred to in Revelation 3:7, alludes tothe divine sovereignty of Jesus Christ; it is Christ who holds theaccess to the “heavenly palace.”22.According to Hindson, there is a clear distinction between an“Ecclesiastical Babylon” in Revelation 17 and an “EconomicBabylon” in Revelation 18.23.According to Hindson, a thorough study of the Apocalypse(Revelation) reveals that the “beast” is both an individual personand a political system.24.In Revelation 5, the one who finally does open the scroll isMichael the Archangel.25.The “someone like a son of man” from Revelation 1:13 is JesusChrist, the risen Savior.26.The “open door” in heaven from Revelation 4:1 depicts God’srevelation to John.27.Whatever the “time is near” (Rev 1:3) might mean, it certainlyimplies that the events of the end will be unexpected and that weshould be ready for them at any time.28.According to Hindson, the silence for one half hour before theopening of the seventh seal (Rev 8:1) is the “silence of solemnworship.”29.The text of Revelation itself provides the reader with theidentity of the “enormous red dragon” (Rev 12:3), which is Satan(Rev 12:9).30.The fifth seal judgment is composed of the prayer of martyredsaints who ask for God to avenge their blood.31.The seven churches of Revelation are located in modern dayItaly, having once surrounded the ancient city of Rome.32.The “synagogue of Satan” refers to those in Ephesus who hadforsaken their “first love.”33.At the close of the sixth trumpet judgment, there is again agreat revival among many unbelievers who repent havingwitnessed the great destruction brought upon the earth by thetrumpet judgments.34.The description, “I am the Alpha and the Omega” (Rev 1:8),points towards the attribute of God’s eternality.35.The martyrs who cry out for vengeance during the fifth seal(Rev 6:9-11) comprise the martyrs from the church age alone, anddo not comprise Tribulation saints.
36.The fine linen adorning the Bride of Christ stands for therighteous acts of the saints.37.According to Hindson, the invasion of locusts must bedescribing a human invasion; to speculate upon a purelysupernatural or demonic invasion is to be overly literal with thetext.38.According to Hindson, the army of 200,000 that come as a partof the sixth trumpet judgment is best viewed as an attacking hordeof demons.39.The 144,000 are described in Revelation as divided among thetwelve tribes of Israel, 12,000 coming from each tribe.40.The depiction of the eternal state in Revelation 22 suggeststhat in that state the divine curse of Genesis 3 will be finallyremoved.

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Term
Fall
Professor
EdHindson
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Daniel, Christian eschatology, Apocalyptic literature, Book of Daniel, Edward Hindson

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