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The End : a Study of the Book of Revelation Audio, Cassette – January 1, 1994


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  • Audio Cassette
  • Publisher: Saint Joseph Communications; is now available on Compact Disk (w/ Study Guide)... Please update. edition (1994)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1570580359
  • ISBN-13: 978-1570580352
  • Product Dimensions: 9.5 x 9 x 1.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,111,458 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Like John Henry Newman, Scott Hahn was self-driven to find the Truth. And, he was dedicated to following the truth whereever it lead him--even if it lead him to Rome and would cost him dearly. He eventually lost his job, his position in the Evangelical Society, many of his friends and his vocation as a minister. But, he lost less than what he gained -- the full truth of the Gospel. Thats when the former persecutor became a great champion and defender of the Faith.

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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Miguel Enrique Puente Tostado on April 11, 2001
Dr. Scott Hahn has given us both a great tribute to the ancient yet ever refreshingly new orthodox interpretation of the Bible and a clear and truly prophetic pastoral guide to this exciting Book of Revelation. He is truly at the forefront of present and future Catholics becoming Catholic Bible-believing Christians and of spirit-filled Bible-believing Protestants becoming Catholic. This study pays a fair homage to all the schools of thought regarding the interpretation of the book of Revelation; and in doing so, Dr. Hahn gives Catholic, Mainline Protestant, Evangelical, Orthodox Christian and especially Fundamentalist listeners a lesson of a true all-encompassing Universal (Catholic) interpretation of the Bible, which is objetively the very best and sound way of reading, studying and being blessed by it. Dr. Hahn is the prototype of the "should-be" Catholic laymen, i.e. - Christ-centered, Word of God-sort-of-guy, intellectually-gifted and loyal to the Magisterium of the Church. This last characteristic demonstrates the obedience to Christ's true teachers of His doctrine and the person's humbleness and rejection of the "I do not need human intermediaries" slogan, which is nothing but a disguised cry to pride and consequently an attitude that certainly does not come from the Holy Spirit. Amen.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By A. Williamson on August 14, 2000
Few books have generated as much execrable exegesis as the last book of the New Testament, and recent decades have seen an explosion in millennialist eisegesis, especially by sects established over the past century or so. It was therefore with some, er, tribulation, that I approached this study. I was not disappointed -- this is indeed a compelling and convincing review of St John's Apocalypse. What a thrill at last to encounter an academic who applies his learning to Revelation in a way that is also consistent with the received (patristic) and magisterial interpretation(s). Hahn shows how St John's Vision is essentially his (and our) participation in the Divine and Heavenly Liturgy, which incorporates the entire soteriological drama from creation through redemption to parousia. He ably draws the OT connections to especially Ezekiel, Isaiah and Daniel, and shows how this book only makes sense in the Church, because it is written by and for the Church. Also addressed and clarified are issues that have vexed many, eg did Jesus believe the End would come in the lifetime of "this generation"? Those Christians whose church was founded in 33 AD (ie those in communion with the Apostles) will recognise many features in Revelation: scrolls being unsealed and read, letters to churches, the Gloria, bells, incense and thuribles, candles and candlesticks, the Sanctus, priestly garb, the Sacrifice of the Lamb at the Wedding Supper, the Woman Clothed with the Sun, saints and angels everywhere, and the Great Amen. What else is this but the Eucharisteisos in plenum, the New Covenant in the Lamb's Blood, which supersedes the old creation and the old convenants.Read more ›
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 10, 2001
Another Scott Hahn masterpiece. He reads Revelation like he reads the rest of the bible, in a way that brilliantly connects the New Testament to the Old Testament. Drawing from plenty of outside sources, such as the Church Fathers and *Legends of Jerusalem*, you don't have to worry that you're getting only one man's opinion on this very complicated book.
This book of the bible is so full of weird signs and events, that it's no wonder there are hundreds of differing interpretations. It's no wonder LaHaye and Jenkins can make millions on a series like *Left Behind*. It's no wonder people are still scanning the headlines (especially after 9/11/01) to see if they can tell who The Beast is, when the 666 is coming, if the AntiChrist has finally arrived.
Scott Hahn brings the book back into it's original context: 1st century Jerusalem. Suddenly, the book isn't quite so hard to interpret, because we're looking back and interpreting, in a sense, based on "old newspaper headlines," not looking to future newspaper headlines. This gives us an incredible benefit!
Hahn reveals his own personal view about the binding of Satan as well - a view I've never heard anywhere else. It comes at the end of the study, and I don't want to give it away, but it'll spin your head for sure!
Get this series, and you'll be much better prepared for the real "end times."
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Paul on November 1, 2001
I've listened to this entire tape series twice, and I highly recommend it for the following reasons. First, Dr. Hahn produces the greatest number of connections I've ever heard between the Old Testament, the apocalyptic passages in the synoptic Gospels and St. John's Apocalypse providing maximum insight to what the early Christians, who were Jewish converts, would have heard in the visions. He proceeds to tie these insights into the events directly experienced by the early Church in the 1st century, culminating in the destruction and fall of Jerusalem in 70 A.D.
Secondly, he presents these explanations in a very rich, exciting way which is eminently practical for the lay Christian, the clergy-man or the Theologian. He cites sources regularly for the listener who wishes to dig deeper.
Lastly, it is the most even-handed treatment of interpretive views which are not his own. His counter-arguments to other interpretations cite biblical, historical and empirical evidence, not merely denominational or political opinions. For example, he never condemns the Futurist view, believing it to have merit as the other views. However, he gives examples of how often in the past the those who have applied specific prophecies to world events have been proven wrong. Well worth the investment in time and cost; everyone should take away something regardless of interpretive prejudices at the start.
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