Sunday, November 16, 2014

The Book of Revelation Made Clear Review

Lately, our household has had some interesting talks and questions about topic end times. This arose after watching a video about the blood moon and its possible connection with things prophesied in the book of Revelation and after the recent showing of the movie Left Behind.

Topics about prophecy and eschatology are difficult to discuss and teach about even as a man who has read and taught about it. Thanks to "The Book of Revelation Made Clear: A Down-to-Earth Guide to Understanding the Most Mysterious Book of the Bible" by Tim LaHaye and Timothy Parker, Revelation can now be understood easier.

The book methodically approaches teaching Revelation to its readers. It starts with a pre-test which will help the reader assess his or her knowledge of each of the 22 chapters of Revelation. It also provides quizzes after each section to show the reader how much he or she has learned.

Books like this come in handy for those curious about the end times and can become a great read for Bible students wanting to grasp the book of Revelation more. Personally, this is a great read for me and my family to help us increase our knowledge about and comprehend Revelation.

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