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The Revelation of Jesus Christ: A Commentary
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Everybody loves a mystery! Since late in the first century A.D. the book of Revelation has presented a multitude of mysteries to its readers. This commentary opens the meanings of its symbols and mysteries to provide the reader clarification of the book's meaning and reveal its mysteries. It is unlike any other commentary you may read or will read.
Who is the dragon? Who is the woman riding on the scarlet-colored beast? Who is the beast? What is Babylon the Great? Who is the woman preparing to give birth? Who wins the last great war? Who does not participate in the final judgment? All these questions,and many more, are answered in "The Revelation of Jesus Christ-A Commentary".
The author is publishing this commentary in response to requests from many former students. As a Pastor he has taught the Book of Revelation many times in Bible Study Classes. He is a graduate of Northwest Christian College, holding a Bachelor of Theology Degree. During his sixty one years in the ministry he has been Senior Pastor to churches in Oregon, Idaho, California and Texas. The author has served as President of Indonesian Christian Mission and taught as a visiting professor at Hope of the Nations Bible College in Kigom, Tanzania. n
The Revelation of Jesus Christ: A Commentary by Derrill L Roberts was published by Outskirts Press in June 2010 and is our 63048th best seller. The ISBN for The Revelation of Jesus Christ: A Commentary is 9781432745264.
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|Page last updated||21st August 2017|
|Author / Artist||Derrill L Roberts|
|Publisher||Outskirts Press (June 2010)|
|Number of Pages||298|