a repetition 

A Recapitulation 

A reinforcement, a necessary theory in understanding the Apocalypse first introduced by Victorinus of Pettau.  It holds that the visions are not necessarily in chronological order and possibly a repetition of other visions.  Many interpretation errors are a result of assuming the chapters are in chronological order.  

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a repetition 

A Recapitulation 

A reinforcement, a necessary theory in understanding the Apocalypse first introduced by Victorinus of Pettau.  It holds that the visions are not necessarily in chronological order and possibly a repetition of other visions.  Many interpretation errors are a result of assuming the chapters are in chronological order.  

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a repetition

A Teaching Technique 

recapitulation, a theory first introduced by Victorinus which holds visions in the Apocalypse are repeated and are not necessarily in chronological order.  Like the lie, the truth must be repeated to avoid misinterpretation.  The chapters of the Apocalypse are not in chronological order.  

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A Recapitulation 

A vision in the Apocalypse that is repeated.  A theory developed by Victorinus that is necessary to understand what John wrote.  It means chapters in the Apocalypse can’t be considered to be in chronological order.  That only leads to misinterpretation and a great deal of confusion.   

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a repetition 

A Recapitulation 

A reinforcement, a necessary theory in understanding the Apocalypse first introduced by Victorinus of Pettau.  It holds that the visions are not necessarily in chronological order and possibly a repetition of other visions.  Many interpretation errors are a result of assuming the chapters are in chronological order.  

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