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REVELATION: FOUR VIEWS
edited by Steve Gregg, 1997
This book offers a clear, fair presentation of the four views, allowing you to evaluate and decide for yourself which view is the most convincing. Verse by verse, Steve Gregg presents the book of Revelation from these popular views: Historicist, Preterist, Futurist, and Spiritual.
Explore the four traditional interpretations of the Book of Revelation in this in-depth, verse-by-verse overview. Revelation: Four Views is a comprehensive, even-handed resource that offers a clear, fair presentation of four of the most important interpretations of the book, allowing you to evaluate and decide for yourself which view is most convincing. The easy-to-read layout is arranged to encourage thoughtful comparison and evaluation along with the study of the Book of Revelation itself.
Careful, unbiased summaries of the views of over fifty commentaries and commentators put you in touch with outstanding representatives of each view from throughout much of church history.
Introduction to this Commentary
Introduction to the Book of Revelation
Part I: The Seven Letters - Revelation 1-3
Part II: The Seven-Sealed Scroll - Revelation 4-7
Part III: The Seven Trumpets - Revelation 8-10
Part IV: The 1260 Days - Revelation 11-13
Part V: The Seven Last Plagues - Revelation 14-16
Part VI: The Great Babylon - Revelation 17-19
Part VII: The Millennium - Revelation 20
Part VIII: The New Creation - Revelation 21-22
Subject and Author Index
Editor Steve Gregg directs the Great Commission School, a unique ministry that leads students through the bible, verse by vers, in nine months, and Good News Underground, an evangelistic literature ministry, in McMinnville, Oregon. He also teaches regularly for Youth With A Mission schools internationally.
528 pages, hardcover, index, Scripture index