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END OF THE AGES
Fred DeRuvo, 2011
A commentary on the book of Revelation, chapters 5 - 22, in plain English. This commentary has been written for the average individual. In this commentary on Revelation, author Fred DeRuvo draws back the curtain on chapters five through twenty-two, presenting information in an easy-to-understand style, written for the average person. Whether he succeeds or not is up to each reader to decide. One thing is certain regarding the book of Revelation. Because of its prophetic nature, Christians will continue to debate aspects of it until such a time as we can know for certain. Either the things found within Revelation are yet to come to pass, and that alone will prove their veracity, or they will not come to pass. Only time will tell. Probably the most often-missed point of Revelation is the fact that it reveals the Lamb of God for who He is; King of Kings and Lord of Lords! We must never forget that the book of Revelation is first and foremost about Jesus Christ, God the Son. He is the Alpha and Omega, the Beginning and the End. Without Him, there would be no Revelation! All eyes on the King! View: Premillennial, Pre-Tribulation.
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Dr. Fred DeRuvo is the author of numerous articles and a growing number of books related to religious studies. Fred received his Bachelor's degree from Philadelphia College of Bible (now Philadelphia Biblical University), and his Masters from Tyndale Theological Seminary. Fred is also ordained, has his D.Div (Cambridge Theological Seminary in Cambridge, OH), and his D.Th from Northwestern Theological Seminary in Florida. Fred also enjoys the hobby of building and painting model kits and riding his Suzuki Marauder 1600cc. Fred is also involved in jail ministry as a volunteer chaplain. He endeavors to share the good news of Christís life, death and resurrection, which was the fully accepted atonement for sinful humanity, in order that we might become Godís adopted children.
387 pages, paperback (7" X 10"), bibliography, glossary.