Kingdom Come: Understanding the Book of Revelationby Ed Townley
In Kingdom Come, Townley tackles his toughest task--the Book of Revelation. In 22 easy-to-follow steps, he approaches the Revelation not as an
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Author and minister Ed Townley has long engaged readers with insightful Scripture interpretations. A Bible enthusiast, he focuses on the metaphysical meanings, rather than the literal text with its varied translations.
In Kingdom Come, Townley tackles his toughest task--the Book of Revelation. In 22 easy-to-follow steps, he approaches the Revelation not as an apocalyptic end-of-the-world prophecy, but as a personal, practical guide to spiritual growth.
By looking beyond the Revelation's gloomy shadows, he reveals a positive message of creative possibility. The Kingdom, Townley explains, doesn't await us in the afterlife. It's ours to experience today, as we learn to find the good within even the darkest challenges.
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I feel Mr. Townley put a tremendous amount of research in writing the book. He tells enough about himself to show how the growth takes place in us. He has done an extremely good job of putting the Book of Revelation to John in metaphysical terms.