Before building a house on an old developed site one needs to knock down the existing faulty structures and clear the ground of rubble. That’s what I need to do first, so this post will deal with the interpretive schemes for the book of Revelation which constitute the largest and most obstinate faulty foundation stones.
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The book of Revelation has fascinated so many yet been misunderstood by most. Thousands of earnest scholars have written weighty tomes about it and far too many unlearned men and women have also tried to explain it. Current titles include “Revelation explained’, ‘Revelation make clear’, and ‘The book of Revelation Unveiled’.
Although I grew up in a Christian home, I only met Jesus in a personal and radical way when I was thirty. Many things changed progressively from that day, but one thing that was immediately different was the love for the scriptures which suddenly gripped my heart. I couldn’t read the