Answers in Revelation

Revelation Audio Class

Heaven? The book of Revelation was written as the concluding act of all of Biblical prophecy. It's imagery comes directly from the Hebrew prophets. There are a multitude of allusions to Old Testament prophecy, and many quotes from the prophets. Revelation was never meant to be interpreted in a vacuum, or only in a New Testament context. Those who attempt to interpret Revelation isolated from the prophecies of the Old Testament make a huge mistake. Most often, Revelation is interpreted based on Western and Greek philosophical presuppositions, instead of Jewish presuppositions. Consequently, its mysteries remain hidden from most Christians.

LGV Revelation Translation w/Notes

Introduction Notes Notes
Chapter 1a
Chapter 1b

The Seven Letters
Chapter 2 Notes
Chapter 3

The First Sequence - The Seven Seals
Chapter 4 Notes
Chapter 5
Chapter 6a Notes
Chapter 6b Notes
Chapter 6c
Chapter 7

The Second Sequence - The Seven Trumpets
Chapter 8 Notes
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Chapter 11a Notes
Chapter 11b

The Third Sequence - The Saints vs. the Beast
Chapter 12a Notes
Chapter 12b
Chapter 12c
Chapter 13
Chapter 14 Notes

The Fourth Sequence - The Seven Bowls of Wrath
Chapter 15 Notes
Chapter 16
Chapter 17
Chapter 18
Chapter 19a
Chapter 19b
Chapter 20a
Chapter 20b
Chapter 20c
Chapter 21a Notes
Chapter 21b
Chapter 22


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