Four Views on the Book of Revelationby Stanley N. Gundry
Of all the books of the Bible, few are as fascinating or as bewildering as Revelation. Its images grip the imagination: four grim horsemen, the Antichrist, the ten-horned beast, the ultimate battle at Armageddon, and, of course, 666, the “mark of the beast,” variously interpreted to signify everything from Hitler and Krushchev to credit cards and the
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As a student of the Bible, this book became a great resource in studying the magnificent book of Revelation. Such a confusing book can be quite perplexing at times, but this helped me to clear up a lot of difficulty I had encountered in my own study and helped me to come to an informed decision as to my own beliefs concerning the book of Revelation. I would recommend this as a great starting point for anyone who desires to study Revelation from a scholarly level. The only thing which I wish had been addressed is the Historic Premillennial view, as I have recently encountered this view and it seems to be growing. For the four largely accepted views, however, it presents each well.