1. A lot of Revelations seems to be representation, rather than literal, so there’s that. Like, there’s reasons why there’s so many different assumptions and interpretations of that book.

  2. Kirsty says:

    But the city has the tree of life in too. So it’s a garden city. Best of both. And it doesn’t say they’re coralled in it – the gates are open. (not to mention the symbolic aspects)

    • As I’m rebutting tomorrow, the city (whether metaphorical or literal) is not, anyway, the sum-total of the New Heavens and New Earth. It’s a representation of, and/or a literal city located within, the very literal planet Earth, made new.

What do you think?