About Bible Prophecy Solved Through the Law by Elroi Pianki
“With the 360-day prophet year, the Torah’s concept of the week is used to interpret Biblical prophecies.”
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This book is not meant for any reader. Anyone familiar with the Book of Revelation knows that it relates a gloomy time of annihilations, disasters, calamities, and warfare between the nations. However, the Book of Revelation is found in history on record centuries before its prophecies take place. Thus, they may be authentic. And the key to untangling them is the Law. This may be difficult for some to consider, but the Gospel orbited around the Law. And because it did, understandably we must deal with principles found in the Hebrew Law, or Torah to reveal the meaning of Hebrew prophecy, the same Law that Jesus adhered to and said, “Whosoever therefore shall break one of these least commandment and teach men so shall be called the least in the kingdom of heaven:” To unravel prophecies regarding the end times, this book approaches them from the ancient Hebrew or early Israelite point of view by using a few key numbers. Where modern interpreters have failed to interpret Biblical prophecy is that they begin from a Western view point without considering what tools the Law gives for interpreting Prophecy. After using these Hebrew concepts as principles to interpret Hebrew prophecy, I support my interpretations with arguments made in favor of the original church’s return, authentic Gospel’s return, historical Jesus, Antichrist, False Prophet, and the victory of the revived Gospel and church over that which is false.