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The Message of Revelation (Bible Speaks Today) Paperback – September 13, 1984
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Wilcock's way of interpreting the book uses the best of the Preterist and Idealist methods.
I highly recommend his book. You will also find Steve Gregg's Revelation: Four Views: A Parallel Commentary an indispensable aid.
Wilcock takes the "recapitulation" approach--and does good work of making his case. Because the commentary is not intended to be a complete analysis of every verse, many questions go untreated. For those looking for a complete commentary, see Greg Beale's commentary on Revelation. It's the magnum opus of our generation, and it will take several more generations before it's surpassed.
to do for this New Testament book. I especially liked his thought that as we
read about the city of God that is described, we are looking in the mirror and it is about us.
That is a true thought and one I have not ever found any other scholar to have
This is a compact volume, and easy reading, but very insightful. A significant contribution to the amillennial school.
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The best, most informative, makes sense book on the last book of our Bible.Published 9 months ago by patgeese
John Stott does a splendid job of explaining this last book of the new testament. As anyone knows that reads revelation, there is a great deal of it that is very difficult to... Read morePublished on November 1, 2013 by Dennis E. Blake
Difficult to get a balance view on Reveation but the author does well. He explores both Liberal and Conservative takes on diffuly issues well. Glad I bought the bookPublished on June 22, 2013 by Martin Dale