By J. Webb Mealy
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55-56. 2. Milttnarisme, p. 60. 3. Millenarisme, p. 61. Along these lines, Gry attempts to show that Rev. 9-17 pictures the present blessed state of the departed overcomers in heaven, and that Rev. 4-6 belongs to the same context (pp. 59-61). 4-6) is correct. 4. Although scholars may assert that Rev. 6 affirms the present reign of the 32 After the Thousand Years Secondly, Gry ends up virtually proving that, according to his own hypothesis about John's aim in presenting the millennium as he did, there was an effect completely opposite to the intent attributed to him.
And the world judgment) appears in the apocalyptic description to be divided into a long succession of distinct but connected episodes [Akte]. It is on this [method of John's] that the lively beauty of the apocalyptic drama depends. But this beauty will not only be destroyed, but will even be distorted into chiliastic irrationality, if one mistakes the ideal picture for a straight piece of theological information [eine theologische Lehrmitteilung]} In terms of critical methodology, Dusterdieck's openness in assuming theological unity among all parts of the canon has long since gone out of fashion.
Similarly p. 313 n. 99). 4-6) in the final chapters of Revelation is well supported (and will be developed further in the present study), this does not in itself undermine the temporal significance of the millennium. For she has not shown that the millennium has no temporal significance, but rather that it cannot easily find its significance as a distinct period of salvation. And this leaves out the question of its possible significance as a period of judgment or punishment. Given the context in which the millennium stands,1 the matter cannot be closed without a full discussion of this last question.
After the Thousand Years: Resurrection and Judgment in Revelation 20 by J. Webb Mealy