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Dating The Revelation, MUCH EVIDENCE To Consider:

    Those who make scores of millions and millions of dollars from writing scary RAPTURE SOON books, and "THRILLER ACTION MOVIES"all say the Revelation - written in Christ's Generation, was NOT about the people Jesus said to send it to . . .

    . . . stating TEN TIMES in the Revelation: The Time is at Hand!

      >> PROMISING they would be blessed for reading and heeding themselves;

      >> PROMISING they would be blessed for hearing and fearing those things coming ion the land;

      >> PROMISING they would be blessed for caring and sharing this Revelation with others;

      >> PROMISING they would be blessed for seeing and fleeing to the mountains as Jesus warned in Matthew 24:15-25;

      >> PROMISING they would be blessed for weeping and keeping faith for the salvation of those they prayer for and warned with tears;


    These movie-making futurists claim that Revelation was written around the year AD-96, over 25 years after the Destruction of Jerusalem and the Temple by Roman General Titus in AD-70 - complete with two periods of three-and-a-half-years-each before the fall of the final Fortress at Masada.

      The Siege of Jerusalem began in AD-66, The City and Temple fell 3 1/2 years later in AD-70; Jewish leaders had escaped to the mountain fortress Masada, which fell 3 1/2 years later: thus the Seven Years of Greatest Tribulation of those who rejected, tortured and crucified Christ are fulfilled!

      Modern movie makers - however - seek to justify their claims that Revelation is not about the destruction of Jerusalem, the Temple, Divine Judgement on Israel and removing the Kingdom of God from them: Matt 21:43.

      Modernists seek to claim such a thought because they know that if Revelation was written before AD 70, then there is a good chance ALL OF CHURCH HISTORY IS CORRECT - in saying it was primarily a prophecy of the destruction of Jerusalem, amongst other things, in response to rejecting their Messiah: JESUS CHRIST!

      Modernists seek to thereby refute Kingdom Eschatology. Making scary "Action Movies" is MUCH more profitable!


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Muratorian Canon: Amazing Ancient Manuscript:

An ancient writing called the Muratorian Canon, dated at about AD 170–210, reads,

    "Paul, following the order of his own predecessor John, writes to no more than seven churches by name." Paul wrote to were: Rome, Corinth, Galatia, Ephesus, Philippi, Colossi and Thessalonica.

    John had written to seven churches according to Rev 1:4 - Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamos, Thyatira, Sardius, and Laodicea.

    This most ancient of manuscripts (750 years older than those used for the Pilgrims and King James Bibles) states clearly that Paul wrote to seven churches AFTER John wrote to seven churches.

    This dates the Revelation in the AD 60's.

A Single, Private Interpretation:

    Peter wrote that "NO SCRIPTURE is on any private (singular) interpretation;" but rather as all Scripture admonishes us:

      "Let EVERY WORD be established out of the mouth of two or three witnesses!"

    However, such a claim is based entirely upon one single statement written by a man who had very questionable ideas regarding dates and times to begin with.

    Irenaeus also wrote that Jesus died at over fifty years of age instead of 33.

    Irenaeus himself lived from AD 120 to 202. Here is his quote:

      "We therefore do not run the risk of pronouncing positively concerning the name of the Antichrist [hidden in the number 666 in Rev.13:18]

      [NEWT-NOTE: He was sure he knew who it was at that time - a persecuting Emperor of Rome!!!],

      [F]for if it were necessary to have his name distinctly announced at the present time, it would doubtless have been announced by him who saw the apocalypse; for it is not a great while ago that it [or he] was seen, but almost in our own generation, toward the end of **Domitian's reign."

    How could this great Early Church Father be so certain?

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How could Irenaeus be so certain of DOMITIAN?

    One of the all-time greatest scholar's of the Church found the answer: Scholar Robert Young, whose works you may have on your shelves . . .

      . . . or if not, you can easily access his Bible Translation - Youngs Literal Translation (YLT) to be accessed at Biblegateway, ccBiblos, or BlueLetterBible three great Bible research sites.

Great Scholar Robert Young (late 1800s)

The author of the tremendous Young's Literal Bible Version and Analytical Concordance explains the DATE of the REVELATION:

    "It was written in Patmos about A.D.68, whither John had been banished by Domitius Nero, [NOTE DOMITIUS, not DOMITIAN]

    as stated in the title of the Syriac version of the Book; and with this concurs the express statement of Irenaeus (A.D.175), who says it happened in the reign of Domitianou, ie., Domitius (Nero).

    He explains further, and harshly:

      Sulpicius Severus, Orosius, &c., stupidly mistaking Domitianou for Domitianikos, supposed Irenaeus to refer to Domitian, A.D. 95, and most succeeding writers have fallen into the same blunder.

      The internal testimony is wholly in favor of the earlier date."

      [SOURCE: Concise Critical Comments on the Holy Bible, by Robert Young. Published by Pickering and Inglis, London and Glasgow, (no date), Page 179 of the "New Covenant" section; ALSO Young's Concise Critical Bible Commmentary, Baker Book House, March 1977, ISBN: 0-8010-9914-5, pg 178].

    BACK TO IRENAEUS:

      Following is another explanation of Irenaeus, give by a Bible Scholar not familiar with Scholar Young's Great works:

        Irenaeus said this traditional idea was passed down to him by word of mouth from his youth.

        Irenaeus repeated this in "Against Heresies, 5:30:3" dated AD 175–180.

        Irenaeus claimed Polycarp, a student of John the Revelator, related this to him in his youth. We have information about this in an early church history:

        [SOURCE: Eusebius; Ecclesiastical History, book 5, chapter 20, AD 324].


      The all-important part of Irenaeus' words are these: "for it is not a great while ago that it [or he] was seen,"

      The Greek could intend for us to mean "he," since the Greek allows for the translation to be both "it" or "he".

      If Irenaeus meant the "revelation" was seen, then this calls for a late date of the book.

      But if he meant John was seen, then the Revelation was written more early since Irenaeus contrasts the time of his generation from the time of the issue at hand by saying, "for it is not a great while ago that it [or he] was seen, but almost in our own generation..."

      Irenaeus was a mere youth while in Asia Minor when Polycarp would have spoke to him. He moved to Gaul (now France) before he became an adult. Should we base a very important point upon what a "kid" remembers?

      It seems far more reasonable to conclude that Irenaeus was speaking about John, and not the revelation John saw, when he wrote that "it/he" was almost in Irenaeus generation.

      You see, the point of the paragraph was one's refusal to risk and name the name of the Antichrist due to the Roman persecution at that time, if it was (as we believe it was) speaking of Nero. He claimed he could not dare to risk to state who the Antichrist was, since it would have been written in John's writing.

      So, to say that John lived only a short time before Irenaeus' generation, instead of the Revelation being seen just shortly before Irenaeus generation, would make more sense in the overall point being made.

      If John did not write the name of the Antichrist, and he lived just shortly before Irenaeus' generation, then how could it be possible for anyone in Irenaeus' day to be able to identify the Antichrist?

      Compare that with the thought that Irenaeus spoke of the Revelation John had, itself. People claiming the name of the Antichrist are the subject. Speaking of a person, John, rather than the actual revelation being seen, would make more contextual sense.

      In fact, Irenaeus just spoke of John's person before this clause, as follows: "if it were necessary to have his name distinctly announced at the present time, it would doubtless have been announced by him who saw the apocalypse; for it is not a great while ago that it [or he] was seen..."

      To name Nero in Revelation, rather than write "666", would incite furious backlash from Rome since Irenaeus' generation was not far removed from the time of John's persecution by Rome, since Rome was still fighting the church heavily.

      Why should Irenaeus and those in his day run the risk of announcing Nero as Antichrist if John, who lived shortly before, did not?

      Irenaeus also wrote this about the book of Revelation: "As these things are so, and his number [666] is found in all the approved and ancient copies."

Domitian ruled around Irenaeus' time, and yet Irenaeus says copies of Revelation were "ancient".

Granted, there are some third and fourth century writings stated John wrote Revelation in the time of Domitian, but some are admittedly unclear as to whether it was Nero's time or Domitian's time.

However, all are after Irenaeus' time.

Victorinus of Petavio died in AD-303 and wrote a Latin commentary about Revelation saying, "John saw this vision while in Patmos, condemned to the mines by Domitian Caesar." But they all seem to simply be parroting a mistaken notion of what Irenaeus said.


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Additional Evidence Dating The Revelation:

    FACT: The earliest Church Fathers' writings do not mention the dating for Revelation, but very soon they do begin to include this information.

    The Syriac translations (Pshittas) are among the earliest of all Bible translations, especially of the New Testament.

The Earliest Syriac Translations:

    Several Syriac translations of Revelation all include this note about Revelation:

      "The Revelation, which was made by God to John the Evangelist, in the island of Patmos, to which he was banished by Nero the Emperor."

        [NOTE: Caesar Nero is the homosexual emperor who burned scores of thousands of Christians in Rome (Called the "fiery trial" by Peter), had James the Just (the Brother of the Lord Jesus, Bishop of Jerusalem), then killed Peter, then killed Paul, . . . then amazingly committed suicide . . .

        . . .plunging the whole Roman Empire into war and chaos, ending the great time of Roman Peace, the RAX ROMANA the days foretold by Christ in Matthew 24, Mark 13, Luke 17 and 21.

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    The Syriac translations are known as the "Peshito," "Curetonian," the "Philoexenian" and the "Harclean."

    They were translated ilater in the first century or early in the second. Those containing Revelation are believed to be earlier than that.

Two Clements: Authors of Clement I & II:

    Clement is found in your Bible, a convert and/or disciple of Apostle Paul at Rome, and later the Bishop of Rome (A Pastor of Pastors - NOT a Roman Catholic Bishop!!!!)

    Clement I lived from AD 30 to 120 (Clement II about 140-210). He wrote: "For the teaching of our Lord at His advent, beginning with Augustus and Tiberius, was completed in the middle of the times of Tiberius. And that of the apostles, embracing the ministry of Paul, end with Nero" (Miscellanies 7:17).


Epiphanius of Salamis (315-403)

    "[John], who prophesied in the time of Claudius [preceded Nero]...the prophetic word according to the Apocalypse being disclosed."

    [SOURCE: Epiphanius, Panarion/Heresies 51:12,33)].


Adreas of Cappodocia:

    Andreas claimed Revelation was written in Nero's day.


Arethas:

    Around AD 540, Arethas claimed Revelation was written before the destruction of Jerusalem, and that it was about that destruction that was then yet to come.

      "For there were many, yea, a countless multitude from among the Jews, who believed in Christ: as even they testify, who said to St Paul on his arrival at Jerusalem: Thou seest, brother, how many thousands of Jews there are which believe. (Acts xxi. 20.)

      And He who gave this revelation to the Evangelist [John was noted as 'John the Evangelist BEFORE he wrote the Revelation, becoming 'John the Revelator' to modern days;], declares, that these men shall not share the destruction inflicted by the Romans.

      For the ruin [of Jerusalem, to be] brought by the Romans had not yet fallen upon the Jews, when this Evangelist received these prophecies : and he did not receive them at Jerusalem, but in Ionia near Ephesus.

      . . . which is a revelation of future things, inasmuch as forty years after the ascension of the Lord this tribulation came upon the Jews."

      [SOURCE: Writings of Arethas, AD 540].


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Dating The Revelation, MUCH EVIDENCE To Consider:

    The book of Revelation was written by St. John between AD 66-68, in the final years of the Neronic persecution.

    The internal evidence of the book strongly suggests the early date, and the external evidence for this date is firmly attested to by many well-known scholars and early Church writings. The information below gives a sampling of the external and internal evidence that supports the early date under Nero's reign.

    Quotes from Scholars on the Date of Revelation


Great Scholar Robert Young (late 1800s) Author of Young's Literal Bible Version and Analytical concordance

    "It was written in Patmos about A.D.68, whither John had been banished by Domitius Nero, as stated in the title of the Syriac version of the Book; and with this concurs the express statement of Irenaeus (A.D.175), who says it happened in the reign of Domitianou, ie., Domitius (Nero).

    Sulpicius Severus, Orosius, &c., stupidly mistaking Domitianou for Domitianikos, supposed Irenaeus to refer to Domitian, A.D. 95, and most succeeding writers have fallen into the same blunder. The internal testimony is wholly in favor of the earlier date." (Concise Critical Comments on the Holy Bible, by Robert Young. Published by Pickering and Inglis, London and Glasgow, (no date), Page 179 of the "New Covenant" section. See also: Young's Concise Critical Bible Commmentary, Baker Book House, March 1977, ISBN: 0-8010-9914-5, pg 178.)


The Great Philip Schaff, Author of 10-VOL Work on Church History (1877):

    "On two points I have changed my opinion:

      >> the second Roman captivity of Paul (which I am disposed to admit in the interest of the Pastoral Epistles),

      >> and the date of the Apocalypse (which I now assign, with the majority of modern critics, to the year 68 instead of 95, as before)."

      [SOURCE: Philip Schaff, Vol. I, Preface to the Revised Edition, "The History of the Christian Church", 1882].

      "The early date [of Revelation] is now accepted by perhaps the majority of scholars."

      [SOURCE: Enyclopedia 3:2036],

      "Tertullian's story of the Romans seeking to boil Apostle John in oil points to Nero rather than to any other emperor, and was so understood by Jerome.

      [SOURCE: Adv. Jovin. 1.26) (History 1:428].


      SCHAFF AGAIN:

      "The destruction of Jerusalem would be a worthy theme for the genius of a Christian Homer. It has been called 'the most soul-stirring event of all ancient history.'

      But there was no Jeremiah to sing the funeral dirge of the city of David and Solomon. The Apocalypse was already written, and had predicted that the heathen "shall tread the holy city under foot forty and two months."

      [SOURCE: Philip Schaff, "The History of the Christian Church", 1882, Vol I; 6:38].


      George E. Ladd (1972)

      "The problem with this [Domitian date] theory is that there is no evidence that during the last decade of the first century there occurred any open and systematic persecution of the church."

      [SOURCE: George E. Ladd, A Commentary on Revelation - Grand Rapids, MI: Wm. B. Eerdmans, 1972, p. 8.].


      Steve Gregg (1997)"Many scholars, including those supportive of a late date, have said that there is no historical proof that there was an empire-wide persecution of Christians even in Domitian's reign."

      [SOURCE: Steve Gregg, Revelation: Four Views, (1997) p.16].



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Commentary: Jamieson, Fausset, Brown (1871)

    "The following arguments favor an earlier date, namely, under Nero:

    (1) ** Eusebius [Demonstration of the Gospel] unites in the same sentence:

      >> John's banishment with,

      >> The stoning of James and,

      >> The beheading of Paul,

      >> Which were indisputably under Nero.

    (2) Clement Of Alexandria's story of the robber reclaimed by John, after he had pursued John, and with difficulty overtaken him (because he ran so far and fast!!!) - accords better with John being a younger man (under Nero than 30 years older) under Domitian, when he was one hundred years old.

    (3) Arethas, in the sixth century, applies the Sixth Seal of the Revelation to the destruction of Jerusalem (A.D. 70), adding that the Apocalypse was written before that event.

    (4) Laodicea was overthrown by an earthquake (A.D. 62-63) but immediately started to rebuild, so that its being called "rich and increased with goods" is not incompatible with this book having been written under the Neronian persecution (A.D. 64)...

    (5) The First Century Scholar Cerinthus is stated to have died before John; and there is no question that he borrowed much from John's Revelation for his own Pseudo-Apocalypse: thus of a certainty John's Revelation was at an earlier date.

    (6) He also notes the early Syriac version states John was banished by Nero the Caesar (Domitius Caesar Nero, NOT Domitian Caesar).

    [SOURCE: See Tilloch's Introduction to Apocalypse].


    Higher Critical Scholarship says:
    But the Pauline benediction in The Revelation (Rev 1:4) implies it was written after Paul's death under Nero."

    [SOURCE: Commentary Critical and Explanatory Notes on the Whole Bible - 1871)].


    A.N. Wilson (1977)

    "There is no concrete and inescapable reference, in any of the New Testament books, to the destruction of Jerusalem, and is this in itself not a pretty surprising fact?

    Would we not expect one of these writers, particularly those of a triumphalist turn of mind, to make it clear that the very core and centre of Jewish worship had been obliterated?

    Such a radical view inspired J.A.T. Robinson's 'Redating the New Testament,' which made a spirited case for supposing that all the books of the canon were completed before 70."

    [SOURCE: A.N. Wilson (1977) "Paul: The Mind of the Apostle" - p. 254)].


    "The historian who tries to date and place John's Revelation is guided by the author to a quite specific time span. The words of Revelation are written down four years after the Roman fire, and shortly after Nero's own death. We know that they were written before the ultimate calamity of the Sack of Jerusalem by the Romans in AD 70...

    ...as He writes of the earthly temple as still in existence [Rev 11:1-2]."

    [SOURCE: A.N. Wilson (1977) "Paul: The Mind of the Apostle" - p. 11)].


    "In Paul's lifetime, and Nero's, there was no such thing as the New Testament--even though some of its individual writings (perhaps all of them in some primitive form) could be dated to before the fall of Jerusalem in AD 70."

    [SOURCE: A.N. Wilson (1977) "Paul: The Mind of the Apostle" - p. 19)].


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Testimony from Early Church History

    Epiphanius of Salamis (315-403)
    "[John], who prophesied in the time of Claudius [preceded Nero]...the prophetic word according to the Apocalypse being disclosed."

    [SOURCE: Epiphanius, Panarion/Heresies 51:12,33)].


    Clement II (150-215)"For the teaching of our Lord at His advent, beginning with Augustus and Tiberius,was completed in the middle of the times of Tiberius. And that of the apostles, embracing the ministry of Paul, end with Nero." (Miscellanies 7:17.)

    [SOURCE: On the Timing of John's Banishment)]


    "And to give you confidence, when you have thus truly repented, that there remains for you a trustworthy hope of salvation, hear a story that is no mere story, but a true account of John the apostle that has been handed down and preserved in memory.

    When after the death of the tyrant [previously identified as Nero] he removed from the island of Patmos to Ephesus, he used to journey by request to the neighboring districts of the Gentiles, in some places to appoint bishops, in others to regulate whole churches, in others to set among the clergy some one man, it may be, of those indicated by the Spirit."

    [SOURCE: Who is the Rich Man that shall be Saved?; Section 42)].


More Notes on the Muratorian Canon (A.D. 170):

    "the blessed Apostle Paul, following the rule of his predecessor John, writes to no more than seven churches by name."

    "John too, indeed, in the Apocalypse, although he writes to only seven churches, yet addresses all. " (ANF 5:603)

    Note on the Muratorian Canon:

      Sometime between A.D. 170 and 200, someone drew up a list of canonical books.

      This list, known as the Muratorian Canon, is the oldest Latin church document of Rome, and of very great importance for the history of the canon.

      The witness of this manuscript, which is from the very era of Irenaeus and just prior to Clement of Alexandria, virtually demands the early date for Revelation.

      The relevant portion of the document states that

        "the blessed Apostle Paul, following the rule of his predecessor John, writes to no more than seven churches by name" and "John too, indeed, in the Apocalypse, although he writes to only seven churches, yet addresses all."

      The writer of the Canon clearly teaches that John preceded Paul in writing letters to seven churches. Yet, church historians are agreed that Paul died before A.D. 70, either in A.D. 67 or 68 ( Some say Ad-65-66).



    Syriac Vulgate Bible (sixth century)

      "The Apocalypse of St. John, written in Patmos, whither John was sent by Nero Caesar." (Opening Title for the Book of Revelation)


    Arethas, Again: (sixth century)

      "Arethas in the sixth century, applies the sixth seal to the destruction of Jerusalem (A.D. 70), adding that the Apocalypse was written before that event"

      [SOURCE: Writings of Arethas: (sixth century)


      (On Revelation 6:12) "Some refer this to the siege of Jerusalem by Vespasian."

      (On Revelation 7:1) "Here, then, were manifestly shown to the Evangelist what things were to befall the Jews in their war against the Romans, in the way of avenging the sufferings inflicted upon Christ."

      (On Revelation 7:4) "When the Evangelist received these oracles, the destruction in which the Jews were involved was not yet inflicted by the Romans."

      [SOURCE: From Robert Jamieson, A. R. Fausset and David Brown Commentary Critical and Explanatory Notes on the Whole Bible, 1871)]


    Papias (first century)

      "Because of a statement by Papias, an early church father, that John the Apostle was martyred before a.d. 70, the Johannine authorship has been questioned."

      SOURCE: John F. Walvoord on the Date of Revelation - The Bible Knowledge Commentary, p. 925].

      "A fragment is, however, attributed to Papias which states that "John the theologian and James his brother were killed by the Jews".

      [SOURCE: Chapman, John. St. Papias. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume XI [Online Edition 2002]. Retrieved November 29, 2002 from http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/11457c.htm)


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Evidence for Late (Domitian) Date (AD-96):

    All belief in the late date of the Revelation rests upon one cryptic statement of Irenaeus, the Bishop of Lyons (AD- 130-200) who wrote his "Against Heresies" around AD 174.

    All those that hold to the late date do so because of this one uncertain phrase by Irenaeus, and it is highly controversial as to what Irenaeus said. Apologist H. Daniel Denham notes that the testimony of Irenaeus is considered the bastion of the evidence for the late date, and goes on to admit some problems with this "bastion of evidence."

    First, the Greek language of Irenaeus can be understood to refer not to the Revelation, but to John being seen on Patmos.

    Second, he observes it is possible that Irenaeus has been misunderstood. Scholar Robert Young stated that the name Domitianou, referring actually to Nero, was mistaken by later writers for Domitian.

Irenaeus' quote is listed below, with a few comments from well-respected scholars:

Irenaeus' Solitary Quote (Used as Grounds for Late Date Theory)

    "We will not, however, incur the risk of pronouncing positively as to the name of Antichrist; for if it were necessary that his name should be distinctly revealed in this present time, it would have been announced by him who beheld the Revelation.

    For ('he' [John?] or 'it' [Revelation?]) was seen...towards the end of Domitian's reign."

    [SOURCE: Irenaeus, Early Church Fathers; Against Heresies 5:30:3)].


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Commentary on Irenaeus:

    H. Daniel Denham (1979)

    "The testimony of Irenaeus is considered the bastion of the evidence for the Late Date...The obscurity of the testimony, as it has come down to us, must be considered as weak and inconclusive to demand the Late Date."

    [SOURCE: Date of the Book Of Revelation; H. Daniel Denham, Part 1, 1979)]


    Steve Gregg

    "Since the text is admittedly "uncertain" in many places, and the quotation in question is known only from a Latin translation of the original, we must not place too high a degree of certainty upon our preferred reading of the statement of Irenaeus."

    ([SOURCE: Steve Gregg "Revelation: Four Views", p. 18)


    Irenaeus: The Important Logic!

      How Ancient is Ancient?

      "Earlier in the same passage, Irenaeus refers to "all the...ancient copies" of Revelation still in existence.

      This presupposes the book had been around a good long while before this statement was written. Furthermore, if there were "ancient copies" yet in existence, was not the original more ancient still?

      Yet we find an "ipposite expression" in Irenaeus' estimation. The time of Domitian's reign was not considered to have been ancient at all, for he speaks of it as "almost in our day."

      How could Irenaeus speak of "ancient copies" of a work the original of which has been written "almost" in his own time?"

      [SOURCE: Revelation: Four Views, p.18)


    F.W. Farrar (1831-1904)


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Early Church Fathers Rejected Irenaeus'

    >> "The Alogi at the close of the second century rejected it [Revelation] only on internal grounds, and their judgment is of no importance.

    >> Gaius (circ. 200) appears to attribute it to Cerinthus.

    >> Dionysius of Alexandria (A.D. 247) was inclined, on the grounds of style, to assign it to some other John, but speaks of it with reverence.

    >> Eusebius wavers about it, placing it among the spurious books in one passage, and among the acknowledged books in another.

    >> Cyril of Jerusalem (386) deliberately excludes it from the Canon.

    >> The Council of Laodicea (A.D. 381) omits it.

    >> Jerome (4th Cenury) says that this took place in the reign of Nero.

    >> Amphilochius, in his Jamb. ad Selecus, says that 'most' regard it as spurious.

    >> Theodore of Mopsuestia (429) never cites it.

    >> Theodoret (457) alludes to it very slightly.

    >> Junilius, in the 6th century, says that among the members of the Eastern Church it was viewed with great suspicion.

    >> The Nestorian Church rejected it.

    >> It is not mentioned in the sixth century by Cosmas Indicopleustes.

    >> Nicephorus (ninth century) in his Chronographia omits it.

    >> Even in the fourteenth century Nicephorus Callistus, while accepting it, thinks it necessary to mention that some held it to be the work of 'John the Presbyter,' regarded as a different person from 'John the Apostle.' "

    [SOURCE: F.W. Farrar; "The Apocalypse!"].


    >> "...the authority of Irenaeus was not regarded as decisive, even if his meaning be undisputed.

    >> Tertullian places the banishment to Patmos immediately after the deliverance from the cauldron of boiling oil.

    >> Epiphanius says that St. John was banished in the reign of Claudius Preceded Nero);

    >> The earliest Apocalyptic commentators, as well as the Syriac and Theophylact, all place the writing of the Apocalypse in the reign of Nero.

    >> To these must be added the author of the 'Life of Timotheus,' of which extracts are preserved by Photius.

    >> Clemens of Alexandria and Origen only say that 'John was banished by the tyrant and this on Christian lips may mean Nero much more naturally than Domitian.

    Moreover, if we accept erroneous tradition of inference from the ambiguous expressions of Irenaeus, we are landed in insuperable difficulties. By the time that Domitian died, St. John was, according to all testimony, so old and so infirm that even if there were no other obstacles in the way, it is impossible to conceive of him as writing the fiery pages of the Apocalypse.

    Irenaeus may have been misinterpreted; but even if not, he might have made a 'slip of memory,' and confused Caesar Domitian with Caesar Domitius Nero. ...

    We cannot accept a dubious expression of the Bishop of Lyons as adequate to set aside an overwhelming weight of evidence alike, external and internal, in proof of the fact that the Apocalypse was written, at the latest, soon after the death of Nero. "

    [SOURCE: F.W. Farrar; The Apocalypse)].


    So there are authoritative sources from Caesar Claudius - who preceded Nero, to Caesar Domitius Nero - a span from AD-48 to AD-68.


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Internal Evidence for Early (Neronic) Date

    As stated earlier in one of the above quotes, scholar Robert Young (best known for the Young's Analytical Concordance and his Literal Translation of the Bible) believes Revelation was written during Nero's reign.

    Furthermore, he claims that the internal testimony of the book is "wholly in favor of the earlier date."

    [Remember, the internal evidence is the 'inspired-inerrant' word of God!]

    The following points are evidences from within the Book of Revelation itself that confirm the early date of its writing:

      (1) The chronology of the revelation - the 10 timed statements - refer to the soon events of cataclysmic Jewish importance.

      If it was written in 96 AD, there are no events soon from that time that could even remotely fit (as The Temple and Jerusalem have been destroyed completely in AD-70!)

      If, however, it was before 70 AD, then the destruction of Jerusalem rises to the occasion as both Jewish and cataclysmic. The time statements demand we look here, and there is no historic support for a persecution of the Church under Domitian in the 90s.


      (2) According to the epistles to the churches, the Judaizers were persecuting the churches (Revelation 2:9; 3:9). This assigns the book to the pre-AD 70 era, for the Jewish persecution of the Church dissolved at AD 70.


      (3) The temple and the city were obviously still standing in Revelation chapter 11. John is sent to measure the city and temple, and Jerusalem is said to be under siege at the time of writing.

      It would not be possible for John to speak of these as still standing after 70 AD, for they were utterly destroyed at that date.

      And, if John is referring to some rebuilt temple in the far distant future - that doesn't exist at the moment - how would he measure it?

      If John were writing in 96 AD, then his complete silence about the destruction of the temple and city in 70 AD is deafening - the destruction of Jerusalem is perhaps the greatest disaster in antiquity, and surely the greatest disaster in Israel's history.

      To imagine St. John overlooking the apocalyptic destruction of Jerusalem and the Temple while he discusses both as if they were still standing, is not only insane, but impossible.

      Rather, St. John is prophesying their impending doom just two or three years before they were made utterly desolate.


      (4) There were "other apostles" still around according to The Revelation 2:2. Tradition has it that all the apostles were dead before 70 AD and John was the only original possibly surviving past that time.


      (5) Caesar Nero's name in Hebrew gematria adds up to 666. Since this was written about soon events, no other person can be found within this time scope whose name fits this requirement and description.

      For certain, none can be found in the soon future of 96 AD.


      (6) Almost all scholars believe Revelation is inextricably linked directly to the Olivet Discourse from Matthew Henry and Adam Clarke to Wesley, Whitefield and Spurgeon.

      Since the best commentaries on the Olivet Discourse demonstrate that it is speaking of the events leading up to AD 70, so must Revelation be speaking of these same events.

      (7) The 6th king in Revelation 17:10 is the one that persecutes the saints. The Roman emperors as listed by Josephus and Tacitus are as follows:

        "As the Revelation 17:10 "And there are seven kings: five are fallen, and one is, and the other is not yet come; and when he cometh, he must continue a short space."

          (1) Julius Caesar, (Rome comes to "Fullness of Times")

          (2) Augustus Caesar, (Christ Born)

          (3) Tiberius Caesar, (Christ Crucified)

          (4) Caesar Caligula, (First martyrs, Stephen and James)

          (5) Caesar Claudius, (Christianity flourishes)

          (6) Caesar Domitius Nero (multitudes matryred including Peter, Paul, James the Just in Jerusalem)

          Nero was the first and only Roman Caesar of the Julian line to persecute Christians greatly. Nero's death ended the Julian dynasty.

          As the Revelation 17:10 "And there are seven kings: five are fallen, and one is, and the other is not yet come; and when he cometh, he must continue a short space.

          (7) Galba and three others: Four Caesars fought their way to power within 18-months - each reigning a little while;

            The one ruling after him reigned only a little while--Galba, for 6 months. If the 6th king is indeed Nero, he would be the one that "now is" according to the prophecy, and this would date the writing before 68 AD when Nero supposedly committed suicide.

            ** Nero also persecuted Christians for 42 months as is stated in the prophecy.

        [NOTE ASIDE:The Revelation carefully mentions ONLY Seven Kings Rev 17:10,

        The next verse mentions an "Eighth Beast" typifying an Eighth Empire, not an 8th-King of the SAME Empire, Rev 17:11

        Which Empire is of the Seven previous Empires;]


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