Revelation - Background

{BACKGROUND AND INTERPRETATION}
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  1. The Four Major Divisions of Revelation - {PDF Copy} - (The book has four major literary divisions marked by John finding himself "in the spirit")
  2. Common Errors Interpreting Revelation - {PDF Copy} - (The real-life relevance of Revelation is easily lost if we approach the book with incorrect presuppositions)
  3. Literal and Nonliteral Language - {PDF Copy} - (The book of Revelation informs the reader from the start that it communicates symbolically)
  4. The Isle of Patmos - {PDF Copy} - (Revelation 1:9 - John was exiled to the Isle of Patmos for his testimony for Jesus)
  5. Provided Interpretations - {PDF Copy} - (Revelation communicates symbolically and provides many of the necessary interpretations of its images)
  6. Unsealing Daniel - (Unlike the book of Daniel, in Revelation, the scroll is unsealed. With the Resurrection of Jesus, the time of fulfillment has arrived) - {PDF Copy}
  7. Season of Fulfillment - (Revelation 1:1-3 - Daniel's Sealed Scroll is unsealed in Revelation. The time of fulfillment dawned in the Death and Resurrection of Jesus) - {PDF Copy}
  8. Linear Chronological Sequence in Revelation? - {PDF Copy} - (Are Revelation’s visions presented in chronological sequence?)
  9. The Church in Revelation - {PDF Copy} - (Final victory over the “Dragon” means the redemption of men and women from every nation who follow the “Lamb wherever he goes”)
  10. Unlocking Prophecy - (Jesus is the key that unlocks Bible prophecy, unveils God's nature, and reveals His previously hidden mysteries) - {PDF Copy}
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