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Does the Bible tell more of a symbolic happening or are all of those horrible things going to happen? They also give details and hints that happen all over the Bible, such as the number seven. In the article “ Are We Living at the End Time,” authors McBride and Praem look at the end time from a millenarian’s perspective and backs up their claims with the Bible. Instead of using the Church’s four end time happenings: death, judgement, heaven and hell, the millenarian uses it’s own four criteria: Rapture, tribulation, millennium, and the Second Coming. Looking at these questions in a theological way, by asking questions, the authors make these four criteria easier to understand (McBride & Pream, 58).
“In the simplest terms, allegory says one thing and means another” (Fletcher 2). Allegory is a literary tool that authors employ to convey a certain message or idea through characters acting in a story. Angus Fletcher correctly assesses the nature of allegory, demonstrating that although an author may write a story about a man completing a literal journey, he very well could be implying a much grander idea about journeying through life. Anne Page shares a similar understanding of allegory, writing that, “Allegory, whether engaged in as reading or writing, is about making meaning- a meaning which is ideological, ethical, or theological” (Page 82). Jesus himself used allegory in his parables, to make grand heavenly concepts accessible to the everyman.
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