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THE WHITE HORSE RIDES AGAIN

PMT 2014-003 by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr.

White horseIn my previous study I noted that the rider on the white horse could not be Christ. In this one I argue that he probably represents the Roman general Vespasian who was the general Nero commissioned to put down the Jewish war, and whose forces eventually destroyed the temple.

In interpreting the rider on the “white horse” who “went out conquering, and to conquer” (6:2–3) we must keep in mind three fundamental facts: Continue reading