666 the Mark of America, Seat of the Beast - the Apostle John's New Testament Revelation Unfolded
Pearl Publishing LLC, Dec 1, 2006 - Beast of the Apocalypse - 546 pages
This exposition is set apart from others because Christopher (last name not revealed for his personal protection), the author, claims to have received the metaphoric interpretation of Revelation's long-held secrets from the mouth of the man who wrote it?John the Beloved himself'one of the original 12 apostles claimed to have ?tarried? as mentioned in NT John 21:20-24.The whole truth in all its splendor, glory and dread, is revealed, explained, and expounded upon in this historic book. Every chapter and every verse of the book of Revelation is covered. Every other book ever written on the topic, which claimed to reveal or explain the mystery of Revelation, will be put to open shame as the simple, yet remarkable truths are revealed within the pages of this miraculous book.
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