Blessing is promised to everyone who reads hears and

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Blessing is promised to everyone who "reads, hears, and keeps" the words of "this prophecy" (Revelation)True
In Revelation 14, the 144,000 are described as celibate (or male virgins).True
In Revelation 19, the "fine linen" of the saints is symbolically the same as the "fine linen" of the prostitute.False
In the new heavens and the new earth, there is no longer any sea.True
In the New Jerusalem, God will dwell within his temple which is specially recreated to fit the dimensions of the Temple built by
In the New Jerusalem, there is no need for a temple, because the saints of God become the temple for the city.False
Michael the Archangel wins the battle against the dragon that is described in Revelation chapter 12, but the dragon, while hurled
Modern amillennialism teaches that Israel has been “replaced” by the church and that national Israel has no place in God’s future
Only a pretribulation rapture preserves an “imminent” (“at any moment”) return of Christ.True
Revelation describes the whole of mankind coming to repentance after the millennium, thus the story of man culminates in a
Revelation 16 describes a response of repentance on the part of some of the people who suffer under the plagues described in the
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EdHindson
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Christian eschatology

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