The Seven Seals of the Apocalypse: Medieval Texts in Translation

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Medieval Institute Publications, Western Michigan University, 2009 - History - 96 pages
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Explores the seven seals of the Apocalypse, illustrating the vastness of medieval interpretive tradition of the seals.

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This book offers a false interpretation. Only the Christ (God's chosen one) upon his return can open the "7 seals" which are 'beyond Einstein theories' on the cover of the 74-page "book/scroll" entitled 'There Are No Coincidences - there is synchronism' (google: 7 seals revealed). Wouldn't the 2nd Coming be smarter than Albert Einstein? - Brad Watson, Miami 

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It was very informative and packed with information all from various perspectives of many authors throughout time about the meaning of the Apocalypse. However I did find some words I did not ... Read full review

Contents

Christological Interpretations of the Seven Seals
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Ecclesiastical Interpretations of the Seven Seals
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Historical Interpretations of the Seven Seals
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