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The Message of Revelation: I Saw Heaven Opened: With Study Guide (The Bible Speaks Today)

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | The Message of Revelation: I Saw Heaven Opened: With Study Guide (The Bible Speaks Today).pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Michael Wilcock(Author)

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What is the book of Revelation all about?Can we understand its picture-language, its images, its visions of doom and splendour?In this exposition, Michael Wilcox argues that we can.

In this carefully researched and inspirational exposition, Michael Wilcock explores the meaning of the book of Revelation.

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  • PDF | 240 pages
  • Michael Wilcock(Author)
  • IVP; 3Rev Ed edition (1 Nov. 1991)
  • English
  • 8
  • Religion & Spirituality

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  • By john sullivan on 27 June 2017

    Writing very small black writing not good to read.

  • By tish on 1 April 2017

    Looks interesting

  • By Ivor Boyd on 22 June 2017

    As a regular customer I would highly recommend. Always good clean books at keen prices and excellent service.

  • By P. Smith on 29 March 2010

    This is an excellent book dealing clearly with the most difficult book in the Bible to understand.

  • By Allene Fishman on 29 January 2016

    The Book of Revelation in the New Testament is a difficult read, but Michael Wilcock's work brings it all to life, if you will pardon the minor pun. An inspirational piece and one that I reckon I will be reading over and over again in part, as readers are left with many different interpretations and not just Mr. Wilcock's own sense of things past, present and future. A scholarly piece.

  • By Keith Plant on 25 July 2014

    I've had a very a long association with this commentary. I first came across it back in the 1980s when it was being used for preaching through Revelation at the church I was attending. I remember thinking that it really opened the book up and made it a lot simpler to understand. I later encountered it again when I was preaching through Revelation at my last church.As a commentary this is very helpful as Wilcock is very thorough in his exposition of the text (a fancy theological term for what the text means) and he deals with any difficulties reasonably well. I say reasonably well because whatever approach you take to the book of Revelation there can problems! However, after going into all the theories concerning the millennium Willcock's settles for a amillennial approach which I believe is the one that is the least problematic. I remember when the book was being taught back at my home church in the 80s I found this approach very refreshing as up to that point all I'd ever been taught was the pre-millennial view of the book and I was starting to find so many problems with it, particularly in the way that events seemed to repeat in Revelation, it hardly seemed like a linear view of history! So I believe this approach to be a major plus as it allows you to engage your mind rather than having to disengage it (theologically speaking) when things don't make complete sense of fitting tightly into the timeline that pre-millennium thinking insists on.However, even if that isn't your view this commentary has much to recommend it. As is usual with BST this is reasonably priced and written in a very accessible style. As a commentary I recommend it highly.

  • By PMW on 1 June 2010

    Revelation is a complex book dealing with difficult issues. At one level you can glory in the simple message that Christ will triumph over his enemies and will take his servants home to share an eternity of joy and peace. However, before that occurs there is much that will happen. I found this book a really effective interpretation of the events set out in the Bible. Not everyone will agree with the stance taken, but then I am less convinced by those who take a dogmatic stance and say they have the complete answer. Even if you don't agree with the conclusions, please keep an open mind; after all "who can know the mind of God?" Even so, "Come, Lord Jesus come".

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