Thinking Through Revelation
Rather than interpreting the visions of Revelation through the fog of twenty centuries of history, L. A. Mott endeavors to look through the eyes of the author, the apostle John. "History must be viewed in the light of Scripture," he insists, "not the other way around." From this standpoint, Mott works like a detective, finding textual keys that unlock doors to understanding the fulfillment John himself would have anticipated. The potential blessings can hardly be overestimated. In these dark days Christians are often tempted to wonder if Satan is winning the war. The answer of Revelation is a resounding, No! A study of Revelation should fill disciples with the victorious spirit of warriors who know in advance that the forces of Good will triumph in the end. If you have shied away from studying the book of Revelation because it seemed incomprehensible, let this study guide inspire you to dive in.
Thinking Through Revelation is something of an intermediate format between the study guides that are mostly questions and are divided into 13 or 26 lessons for use in Bible classes – and more recent books in the Thinking Through the Bible series that are more like conventional commentaries. It retains the questions to guide study and discussion, and the 13-lesson divisions; however, the notes have become so robust that the book serves as a concise commentary, as well.
- Perfect Bound in a special Lay-Flat finding that allows to book easily to lie open at the desired page.
- 128 pages
- Copyright 2004
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