Reformed Theology The Two Witnesses of Revelation, and the Witness of Two or Three Men  Calvinism

The Two Witnesses of Revelation, and the Witness of Two or Three Men

Reformed Theology The Two Witnesses of Revelation, and the Witness of Two or Three Men  Calvinism
The Two Witnesses of Revelation, and the Witness of Two or Three Men

Deuteronomy 17:6 says that at the Testimony of two or three men, a person who is worthy of death shall be put to death. This reminded me of the Two Witnesses of Revelation 11. Looking closer at Revelation 11 in verse 7, it says that the Two Witnesses "finished their testimony". It then speaks of the Beast, usually supposed to be the Antichrist, waging war on them. What do you think about these two witnesses referencing back to Deuteronomy 17:6, as if they were bearing testimony against the Beast for the purpose of proving his guiltiness? It's just a thought, but I'm curious to see what others might come up with about this.

Deuteronomy 17:6 says that at the Testimony of two or three men, a person who is worthy of death shall be put to death. This reminded me of the Two Witnesses of Revelation 11. Looking closer at Revelation 11 in verse 7, it says that the Two Witnesses “finished their testimony”. It then speaks of the Beast, usually supposed to be the Antichrist, waging war on them. What do you think about these two witnesses referencing back to Deuteronomy 17:6, as if they were bearing testimony against the Beast for the purpose of proving his guiltiness? It’s just a thought, but I’m curious to see what others might come up with about this.
Link: The Two Witnesses of Revelation, and the Witness of Two or Three Men
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