The Amplified Theistic Evolution Bible Interpretation:

S6x, S6x, S6x,... and the Jewish Book of Revelation

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Introduction to the PRESENT Jewish perspective on Revelation which was written 200 years before Jesus!

Since this is a Christian extension of what was initially a Jewish apocalypse that had long pre-existed Christianity, much of the commentary and interpretation comes from a perspective that assumes the writing was intended for Jews.  That the author of the Revelation was a Jew, and that the whole account assumes that Christianity was a Jewish movement that in the beginning dominated the religion now called Christianity, much of the perspective is seen as referenced to Judaism, albeit, transformed or superimposed upon by the events of 32AD. (see reference 2)

The analysis of this book uses the technique of the Amplified Bible. That Bible uses parenthesis to make comments, explanations, interjected perceived connections with historical events, and various statement of facts within the actual context of the scriptures. The parenthesis contain both suggested meanings or interpretations of symbols or phrases within the text, while also supplying factual evidence and historical comments. (see reference 1)
 
With that held clearly in the mind of the reader, a number of assumptions or postulates have been made.  A first assumption is that Jesus was The Elijah who had returned in 32AD as Malachi 4:6 had promised.  The basis for this assumption is the one-to-one correspondence between the miracles and events reported in 1Kings as compared with the Gospels. (see reference 3)
 
The Jewish review of Revelation furthermore utilizes History over the last two millennia as the major tools in connecting the sociological predictions in Revelation with factual events.  There is a direct attempt to find dates that can be associated with specific numbers of "days" used elsewhere in scripture and commonly assumed by the theologian over the centuries to mean equivalent durations in terms of years.  
 
A legend of definitions for symbolism has been established in order to assure that once defined, the same symbolism is always used to identify the same meanings as intended throughout all the scripture.  This holds the symbolic terminology to a fixed correspondence throughout, and also demands that sense be made of extraneous and separate passages elsewhere, hence demanding a comprehensive general identity at all times.  (see reference 4)
 
The Sociological references of various passages is also related to the premise that much of Revelation is concerned with the theory of a long and historically supported dialectic between Patriarchy and Matriarchy in societies that evolve from the former state into the latter by the force of a feminist movement in every case.  The theory that such a Battle between the Sexes has long existed is the source of the S6x, S6x, S6x reference in the title of this work, while the 6, 6, 6 implied symbolism is appropriate to the unorthodox point of view herein, sure to annoy and confront the many already excellent works of other interpreters of this same works. (see reference 5)
   
 
 
 

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(1) Rev 1: The Amplified Bible

(2) The Jewish Apocalypse pre-dating Revelation by John

(3)See Scriptural support for Christ as The Elijah

(4) See example of Symbolic legends used consistently

(5) See reference to Matriarchy vs Patriarchy

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