Before Jerusalem Fell: Dating the Book of Revelation

Before Jerusalem Fell: Dating the Book of Revelation

Kenneth L. Gentry Jr. / Mar 31, 2020

Before Jerusalem Fell Dating the Book of Revelation The key question concerning the book of Revelation is when was the book written If Ken Gentry is correct and the date is prior to AD then virtually all other prophecy pundits are wrong This is why t

  • Title: Before Jerusalem Fell: Dating the Book of Revelation
  • Author: Kenneth L. Gentry Jr.
  • ISBN: 9780915815340
  • Page: 317
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The key question concerning the book of Revelation is when was the book written If Ken Gentry is correct and the date is prior to 70AD then virtually all other prophecy pundits are wrong This is why they won t address Ken s monumental work Before Jerusalem Fell is a scholarly and thorough study of the dating of Revelation This is a must read for all serious studentsThe key question concerning the book of Revelation is when was the book written If Ken Gentry is correct and the date is prior to 70AD then virtually all other prophecy pundits are wrong This is why they won t address Ken s monumental work Before Jerusalem Fell is a scholarly and thorough study of the dating of Revelation This is a must read for all serious students of prophecy regardless of their position.

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      • Kenneth L. Gentry Jr.

        Kenneth L Gentry, Jr is a Reformed theologian, and an ordained minister in the Reformed Presbyterian Church General Assembly He is particularly known for his support for and publication on the topics of orthodox preterism and postmillennialism in Christian eschatology, as well as for theonomy and six day creation He holds that each of these theological distinctives are logical and theological extensions of his foundational theology, which is Calvinistic and Reformed.Facebook pages Public Figurefacebook KennethLGentHe Shall Have Dominion Book facebook profilep Good Birth Ministriesfacebook profilep


    885 Comments

    1. This book was not at all what I expected, yet much better than I expected. I thought that this was a book on preterism (a theological view that ALL prophecies have already been fulfilled). Instead the book is all about the dating of the book of Revelation. This confusion is rather embarrassing on my part, as the title and abstract of the book are pretty clear. This was not a topic I was interested in, and fully expected to struggle through the reading of the book. Instead, I was enthralled and w [...]


    2. Gentry makes a clear and convincing case for the book of Revelation to have been written in A.D. 65 or 66. If this book would attain wide readership among average American Christians, which, unfortunately I doubt it will, it could result in a radical restructuring of the average evangelical's worldview. "My confident conviction is that a solid case for a Neronic date for Revelation can be set forth from the available evidences, both internal and external. In fact, I would lean toward a date afte [...]


    3. I will not lie. The decidedly more hopeful worldview of partial preterism is extremely appealing to me. Growing up under my grandfather's classic dispensational preaching (of the hell, fire, and brimstone variety) left me with a lot of fear concerning the eschaton. However hopeful preterism is does not make it true, though. That is why I was happy to find Gentry's early date advocacy for the Revelation well-researched and well-founded. Although preterism does not necessarily follow from establis [...]


    4. Gentry does an excellent job of showing the signifigance of the fall of Jerusalem in 70AD as it relates to Israel's covenant relationship to God. He presents some very strong evidence showing that Nero Ceasar fits the description of the beast of Revelation quite well and that the Jews are the ones being judged for the blood of the saints and Jesus' martyrs. Stopping short of the full preterist view he presents that the majority of the prophecies in Scripture (including most of Revelation) were f [...]


    5. I really enjoyed this book and I think the content contained is desperately needed within the church. For the past two decades for church has been flooded with dispensational propaganda with very little substance behind it. This book presents data driven arguments for the early dating of the book of Revelation. I really like how the author provides both external and internal evidence for his arguments along with addressing a number of objections to the early date of Revelation.What sealed the de [...]


    6. A good book if not a great one. Changed my mind about the dating of the N.T. on a whole towards an earlier dating and made me read John A. T Robinson's - 'Redating the New Testament.'(Download free here: richardwaynegarganta/redating-tes)Don't be misled this book covers a TON beyond the date of Revelation! It includes a N.T. times understanding of the Beast of Revelation, the symbology, ties to O.T. types and scriptures, etc.Whether you agree or disagree, you cannot afford to be ignorant of the [...]


    7. This book is very well documented and most definitely presents the book of Revelation as written more than likely before A.D.70 when Jerusalem and her temple were destroyed by the Roman army led by Titus. This would place its writing during the Roman Emperor Nero Caesar rather than during Domitian as believed by the majority of scholars. The evidence is overwhelming and changes how we, centuries removed from its writing, would interpret the signs and symbols. As with Foy Wallace jr, I have alway [...]


    8. The most important and far-reaching book I know of concerning the early date of The Book of Revelation. Thorough without being over-the-top detail-wise. Plenty of notes for those who wish to go deeper. I'm convinced already though.


    9. Easily the best, and most well researched book on the topic of the dating of the writing of Revelation. Excellent work, with significant eschatological ramifications.


    10. Excellent argument for a pre-70 AD date of the Revelation. Such an argument needs to be considered when studying biblical eschatology.


    11. Interesting reading. Good book but needs to re-examine the early church fathers and its facts. A Partial-Preterist view.


    12. Great look at the dating of Revelations, especially from an external perspective. However, I felt a little more time could have been spent looking at the internal evidence of an early date.


    13. A hard book for a low commentary person like me--but excellent otherwise--the studying Gentry has done is AMAZING!


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