Revelation, Four Views: A Parallel Commentary
Thomas Nelson Incorporated, 1997 - Religion - 528 pages
How can we understand the book of Revelation and its many interpretations? Four Views of Revelation: A Parallel Commentary covers the traditional views in an even-handed fashion. Four parallel columns present the information you need on these key views, and inform you about outstanding commentators on the book of Revelation. No other book gives such extensive coverage of how the church has understood Revelation over the centuries. The four-column format makes this an easy read for lay people, pastors, and scholars alike. This is a wonderful addition to any Bible study resource library.
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Review: Revelation, Four Views: A Parallel CommentaryUser Review - Ethan - Goodreads
A work that well succeeds in its purpose. The author does not intend to advance a particular position, but sets forth the main positions on Revelation through references and descriptions of the main ... Read full review
Review: Revelation, Four Views: A Parallel CommentaryUser Review - Gail Welborn - Goodreads
***As the Middle East prepares for war is it time to refresh what you know about Bible prophecy?*** Steve Gregg compares “four traditional views” of the Rapture using a verse-by-verse, parallel format ... Read full review