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Revelation Revisited

Author : Stephen Zehring Surridge
language : en
Release Date : 1995-01-01

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Revelation Revisited

Author : Chris Hansen
language : en
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Release Date : 2004-02-01

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St. John served Jesus Christ faithfully for many years. He finds himself under arrest by the Roman empire, and all alone on the island of Patmos. At his lowest moment, Jesus in all his glory appears to him and shows John terrifying and beautiful visions of the future. This clear and moving account of what John saw will be very easy to understand, and very hard to forget!

Revelation Revisited

Author : Roho
language : en
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
Release Date : 2011-06-06

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The presentations I have seen on Revelation have bothered me for years. If I have taken the time to study Revelation, a book I have always avoided, I must have been very distressed. Let me show you a couple of the things that I have found.If you look at the seven headed beast in Revelation 13, you will find that this beast is described by three other beasts which are found in the book of Daniel, chapter 7. These beasts are the lion, the bear, and the leopard. The fourth beast in Daniel 7 is conspicuous by its absence. The terrible beast which is a representation of Rome is missing. Many people are saying that the end times will produce a one world government which is a revived Roman Empire. Hmm. Does this mean that, if the terrible beast is missing from the seven headed beast that the seven headed beast will have nothing to do with the revived Roman Empire? No matter what your conclusion, This needs to be carefully inspected.Next, in Rev 5:19, it is stated that 1/3 of mankind will be killed when the 6th trumpet is sounded. The word anthropos is used to indicate who will die. The dead will be “man faced”, or, human beings. When the four horsemen reign in the 1st four seals, Rev 6:8 says “And power was given to them over a fourth part of the earth, to kill with sword, with hunger, etc.”. The problem is that, so far, everyone I have heard speak on this section says that ¼ of mankind will be killed at this point. That doesn't seem to fit the text. These horsemen will have the power to kill over ¼ of the earth's soil (“ge” in the Greek). I'm sure people will die at this time, but having the power to kill is not necessarily to kill, and why kill soil?Some Revelation studies amount to little more than a rehashing of other studies. Other studies go into minute details and miss the overall picture. Not so with this book. It takes a new look at Revelation which gives an overview of Revelation and applies it to modern times. Furthermore, many people know more about what the other books of the Bible say about Revelation than they know about the book of Revelation itself. This is almost peculiar. This book will show you what Revelation says about its self.The methods used to study Revelation in this book are simple. First, look primarily at the text of Revelation. Next, stick to the more obvious meanings and skip the obscure.When I started this study, it was like I was holding a blank piece of paper in my hand and I wasn't sure what was going to fill the page when I was done. To my surprise, I have found a cohesive and straightforward understanding of Revelation which has gone far beyond my wildest dreams.Clearly identified are: The seven headed beast, The seven heads, The eighth head, The two horned lamb, The time of the ten horned rule, Many time sequences, And much more.

Revelation Revisited

Author : John Nyhof
language : en
Publisher: Cross Books Pub
Release Date : 2013-09

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People are always interested in what's going to happen in the future. This book goes into depth as to Scripture or Scriptures which are never touched by other end-time scholars, I've studied in depth Eschatology for forty years; the Scriptures others don't or won't understand or simply pass by. My book concerns an enlightening overview into the Bible for a novice's information and a very close look into the end-time scenario, as well as a close look into the book of Revelation as others fail to see.

Revelation Revisited

Author : Joseph B. Conti
language : en
Publisher: CreateSpace
Release Date : 2011-07-12

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In their excellent treatise, The Visionary's Handbook, authors Watts Wacker and Jim Taylor give the principles that govern the realm of visions. Simple to grasp, equally profound, they show that America's corporate world is sorely lacking in vision. The church is on the hot seat, too, when their greatest rule is applied – that the future always disrupts the present, while the present resists the future. For prophecy is never the status quo, projected into the future. And God will never give man a vision that gives the glory to man. Hal Lindsey thus errs when using technology to explain God's end-times judgments. And Tim LaHaye, content in the present, strays with agreeable fiction. But neither approach will work in explaining the very last book of the Bible. John's Revelation is the highest of visions, given to those who are exiled. Revelation Revisited thus takes the high road by taking God at his word. The result is a greater glimpse of the judgments coming upon the earth. In it, the Antichrist is revealed, with his anti-saints from hell. His prophet and mark are also disclosed, with the site of earth's last pagan kingdom. The depth of apostasy in our day is also clearly presented. For false professions, now the rule, are the link between Beast and False Prophet. And the church that yearns for prosperity here placates the kings of the earth. All concepts combine in this fast-paced book, meant for the Christian and curious. Turkey is the nation to watch. And the kingdom of Christ is well worth the wait, for those who endure tribulation.REVIEWS: “A scholarly, quality product…the obvious result of tremendous research.” Rusty Shelton, Phenix & Phenix Literary Publicists “Thank you for your book….it is excellent. Good applications.” Pastor Perry F. Rockwood, The People's Gospel Hour “I am really impressed. It is very easy to read, beautifully written, and so deep. I loved the ending.” Courtenay H., Abilene, TX


Author : John M. Court
language : en
Publisher: A&C Black
Release Date : 1994-03-01

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The first question is: Should Revelation be studied at all? Is it monopolised by fundamentalists, or of such a minority interest that it doesn't belong in the New Testament? This study guide introduces the text anew by a series of thematic readings. The text is seen to deal with essential themes-God and Christ, the Church in the World, Creation and the end of the Universe, Politics and Rival Powers, and the Future Hope. Special attention is paid to the living traditions within which Revelation is interpreted, including art, literature and music. Not only does this guide seek to orientate the reader within the whole range of the text and its traditions; it also focusses discussion in three substantial chapters dealing in turn with the key literary, historical, and theological issues raised. How can one describe Revelation's literary character? From what historical and social context did it come? What are its abiding theological values and doctrines? This study is set in the context of modern approaches to the biblical text and is supported by selected bibliographies and recommendations for further reading.

God Creature Revelation

Author : Jerry D. Korsmeyer
language : en
Publisher: University Press of America
Release Date : 1995

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Educated Western Christians seek to understand the scientific basis of evolution as well as to justify why a God worth worshiping can be responsible -- yet not indictable -- for evil. The author creates an innovative theological framework that addresses these concerns and provides part of a structure for fundamental theology which is based on the neoclassical metaphysics of Charles Hartshorne and the speculative cosmology of Alfred North Whitehead. His model of the divine has three basic principles: God is love, God is the creator, and this creativity is an integral part of divine essence. From this model, he develops a fundamental theology which focuses on the nature of divinity, the interaction between human and the divine, and divine revelation. He attributes much of his own concept of revelation to Whitehead's model in which revelation is indicative of a successful communion between human and divine. This revelation is achieved through symbolic mediation and it is as much inter-personal reconciliation as it is a universal resonance of the creative essence between heaven and earth. This framework shows initial agreement with Christian traditions; it is highly coherent, universal in scope and, most importantly, it has rich potential for future Christian understanding.