Tag: book of Revelation

  • Why the Bible Ends with the Beautiful Marriage Feast

    Is there a more beautiful Scripture than Revelation 21-22?  As incredible as it might sound, once I understood the truths I’ve explained in this series, when I read these verses again, their beauty increased ten-fold. Let me show you why. … Welcome to the 40th post in my series of rethinking Christian eschatology. Because these posts…

  • A Fresh Look at the Judgments in the Book of Revelation

    We’ve been studying through the Book of Revelation. In recent posts, we’ve established that: In the conclusion of GOD’s revealed Word, the book of Revelation provides our final details regarding death, the judgment, the resurrection and what will follow (or has followed). These final chapters provide helpful insight. Let’s take a fresh look. … Welcome…

  • A Fresh Look at the Judgments in the Book of Revelation [part 2]

    [Return to part 1 of this post.] The wedding feast began with war and judgments Before there could be a peaceful wedding celebration, Jesus had to first eliminate His evil opposition, the oppressors of His bride. Revelation continues: 11 I saw heaven standing open and there before me was a white horse, whose rider is…

  • When was the Book of Revelation Written?

    The timing of when the book of Revelation was written has long been the source of debate. There is general agreement that the letter was written during one of two time periods: Regarding the timing of Revelation, church historian Philip Schaff wrote: “The traditional date of composition at the end of Domitian’s reign (95 or…

  • Why Revelation Was Written in the 60s A.D.

    In the previous post, I showed from evidence within the text that Revelation was written in the late 60s A.D. If the book of Revelation was indeed written in the late 60s A.D., why was it written at that time? That is the focus of this post. … Welcome to the 38th post in my series of…