Category: Samuel G. Dawson

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  • The theme of the vindication of martyrs begins with the death of Abel and permeates the entire Bible through the history of Old Covenant Israel, the prophets, the gospels, the New Testament epistles, and right into the last book of the Bible, where it reaches its climax and fulfillment. This theme demands that Revelation was written in the late 60s AD, just before the imminent destruction of the great harlot city, Jerusalem, where the Lord was crucified, having warned the wicked and perverse generation of their destruction and the vindication of the martyrs in his generation.

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