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AuthorHouse, 2003 - Fiction - 216 pages
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In this small volume the Book of Revelation is made understandable not an obscure, esoteric, bewildering book written only for first century Christians but understandable to any modern reader who pursues its pages.

It is simplified and rearranged from the literary form found in New Testament translations groups of seven segments are given a revised order clarifying the meaning.

It also proposes that this structure was a memory system designed for first century Christians, who were largely illiterate. These people must have understood the symbols, metaphors, numbers and the structure or this book never would have been included in the Bible.

It is a challenging, easy-to-grasp message for today's Christians and today's Christian churches.

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