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Author Patricia Green
Have you ever read the book of Revelation and come away with more confusion than insight? Has apprehension of end time events instilled such fear within you that you refuse to read the book of Revelation? If you answered yes to either question, then you are not alone. Dr. Patricia Green expoun...
Author Alun Ebenezer
The book of Revelation may appear at first to be very difficult to understand and full of puzzling symbols. But far from trying to confuse its readers, its purpose was, and is, to comfort and give hope to people who trust in the Lord Jesus Christ.
Edward Donnelly (Belfast) calls this 'an in...
Author Matt Waymeyer
Often quoting the proponents of each view regarding premillennialism, amillennialism, and postmillennialism, Revelation 20 and the Millennial Debate summarizes and contrasts the arguments of the three positions as they relate to Revelation 20. Though premillennial in its conclusions, it provide...
Author Kress Biblical Resources
This book is intended as an initial set of roadmaps (detailed expository outlines of each book) for other adventurers to explore the infinitely beautiful terrain of this portion of God’s Word. Not every geographical marker has been mapped—nor could it be. But it is a guide to help you navigate...
Author Brian A Russell
The Bible’s closing book, Revelation, is often neglected: apart from the imagery used in the book itself, there are the competing interpretations among sincere believers and then misuse by the cults. Brian Russell steers a safe course through these danger points. This is a book for the belie...
Author John DeVries
When we look out our windows, we see a world which often seems to be out of control. But what does God see when He looks out of His "windows"?
The book of Revelation gives us a view of the world from God's perspective. As author John DeVries writes:
"How fitting in these last days in which we li...