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Two Guys and a Bible-06.12.2012

by Michael J Loomis on June 18, 2012

Two Guys and a Bible with William Bell and Don K. Preston. Tuesday nights at 4PM Pacific/7PM Eastern.

Two Guys and A Bible

Two Guys and A Bible

June 12, 2011

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marty June 19, 2012 at 5:17 pm

enjoying your book-“who is this babylon?”

marty June 27, 2012 at 11:42 am

question for don-im currently reading your book’who is this babylon?”on page 99 you comment on Rev.16;19-“The great city was divided into three parts and the cities of the nations fell.”you describe the meaning of babylon being divided into three parts but you omit any discussion of “and the cities of the nations fell”, the reason i bring this up is because a pastor that i am currently having a dialog with has raised this question and i dont have an answer.

Victor Richardson July 16, 2012 at 10:42 am

Marty, if I may offer a take on this: the word translated “nations” is ethnos (G1484). It denotes nations, peoples, or even tribes. This last is, I think, the best translation here. Precedence for this can be found at Luke 7:5; Luke 23:2; John 11:48-52, Acts 10:22 and Acts 24:2-17. In each of these passages, the “ethnos” referred to is the Jewish people. Therefore, the cities of the Jewish tribes are that which would fall, as they all did under Titus. If your pastor objects that ethnos in the plural always refers to Gentile nations, point him to the fact that Jerusalem here is called Babylon so calling the 12 Tribes Gentile nations is spot on.

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