The meaning of 666: an exegetical analysis of Revelation 13:18
Patiño Moncada, Carlos Yovanny
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Bachelor of TheologyAfter studying the different schools of interpretation that have developed throughout the history of Christendom, it may be normal to side with or adopt the interpretation most logical to any individual. If the historical flow of events can be seen in the Bible prophecies then we tend to adopt a historicist method of interpretation. If we wonder what the original readers thought when they read Revelation for the first time, and convince ourselves that the major part of Revelation was fulfilled during the reign of Rome, then we adopt a preterist method of interpretation.