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German: Die zeitgeschichtliche Auslegung (Präterismus)|
Spanish: Preterismo, Aucto de la destruición de Jerusalén
Italian: la fine di Gerusalemme
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Heeft Christus zich in de toekomst vergist? A.C.I.Langevel - Apocalypticisme en preterisme
Firmin Abauzit: Discours Historique Sur L' Apocalypse (1770 French PDF) "Abauzit left behind him some writings, chiefly theological. Of these the principal was, an "Essay upon the Apocalypse," written to show that the canonical authority of the book of Revelation was doubtful, and to apply the predictions to the destruction of Jerusalem. This work was sent by the author to Dr. Twells, in London, who translated it from French into English, and added a refutation, - with which Abauzit was so well satisfied, that he desired his friend in Holland to stop an intended impression." (Lange)
E. Theodor Klette - Die Christenkatastrophe unter Nero (1907)
Max Weremchuk - Weil ihr aber Sohne seid (2004 PDF) - "But because ye are sons" Gal. 4:6 "I tackle the problem of Israel and the Church and go into the important concept of being "in Christ" and what that implies. In a nutshell my effort is show from Scripture that the Church has not replaced Israel, or that the Church is a parenthesis, but rather that the Church is Israel "grown up"
Digital Archives of Neo-Latin Texts / "Eichorn's Latin commentary, following a suggestion of Herder, interprets the Book of Revelation as a dramatic poem, in the style of Hebrew Apocalyptics, depicting the events of the historical fall of Jerusalem in A.D. 68-69"
OTHER LANGUAGES: David Chilton : Days of Vengeance in Bulgarian
Foreign Language Fulfilled Eschatology
HISTORIE, DE-, van de deerlyke distructie ende ondergank der stad Jerusalem. Door den keyzer Verspasiaen, met veele en verscheidene geschiedenissen der Joden (1732) "Rare early chapbook edition of the account of the destruction of the city of Jerusalem, based on "De Bello Judaico" by Flavius Josephus. The version popular in the Northern Netherlands however, entirely differs from the version popular in the Southern Netherlands, at least after 1621 when the old version was forbidden in the Southern Netherlands. After 1621 the version in the Southern Netherlands was titled "De verderffenisse of destructie van Jerusalem" and edited by the famous Flemish historian Adriaen van Meerbeeck (1563-1627). In the Northern Netherlands the old version remained in use, still unexpurgated of wild anecdotes and curious legends, like Pilatus together with the Jews defending Jerusalem, and during the siege the starved women ate their children, and gave Pilatus a quarter of each child to eat. Or the story that after the Romans had conquered the city, Pilatus was brought to trial, but all the Jews were slaughtered by the Romans who searched for gold in their stomachs. The present chapbook is one of the rarest, both in the Northern and Southern Netherlands."
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Date: 25 Sep
Date: 25 Sep 2010
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