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Contribution to Book
The Interpretation of Prophecy and the Advent Movement
Christ, Salvation, and the Eschaton: Essays in Honor of Hans K. LaRondelle (2009)
  • P. Gerard Damsteegt
Abstract
Throughout the centuries, prophecy and its interpretation have fascinated people. What the future will bring and how it will affect our lives is something that all of us would like to know since the way we understand a particular prophecy has a far-reaching influence on our lifestyle and day-to-day decisions.

During the Christian era, especially in the Early Church and from the Reformation until the 19th century, the study of prophecy played an important role. It was interest in prophecy during the early part of the 19th century
that led to the rise of the Great Second Advent movement.
Publication Date
2009
Editor
Daniel Heinz, Jiří Moskala, Peter van Bemmelen
Publisher
Old Testament Dept., Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary, Andrews University
Citation Information
P. Gerard Damsteegt. "The Interpretation of Prophecy and the Advent Movement" Berrien Springs, MIChrist, Salvation, and the Eschaton: Essays in Honor of Hans K. LaRondelle (2009)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/p_gerard_damsteegt/42/