This is not only good outline of the end of the millennium, but the necessity of recognizing biblical symbolism, metaphors, and allegory in the book of Revelations. If you want to strongly grasp Revelation, you had better master the symbology of Daniel and Ezekiel!
PMW 2021-010 by Milton S. Terry (Biblical Apocalyptics)
Gentry note: In this article I continue presenting some helpful postmillennial material from Milton S. Terry (1840–1914) as presented in his book, Biblical Apocalyptics. Below I will be directly citing his material, except that I will break it into smaller paragraphs (as I noted was necessary in my last article).
So here is a direct citation of Biblical Apocalyptics, pp. 453–54:
The five scenes of the millennial period thus far presented form a closely connected series and are to be thought of, not as chronologically successive, but rather as simultaneous and supplementary in their logical relations. Thus, the moving forth of the great Conqueror (19:11–16) results in the great slaughter of the numerous enemies of God (19:17,18); this involves at the same time the destruction of the beast and the false prophet (19:19–21) and the binding of Satan (20:1–3). These are…
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