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Revelation, Concordia Popular Commentary Paperback – January 1, 2010
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Who is this product for?
Revelation can seem like one of the most complex books of the Bible. This commentary is designed to get past human theories and images associated with the end times to the solid, clear biblical text. Although it is based on the scholarly Concordia Commentary on Revelation, this popular edition speaks to every Christian. It explains the full meaning of the original text in a way that readers can understand without getting into foreign languages or deep, academic details. You will discover Jesus and His constant, protective love at the heart of Revelation, from a source you can trust.
What does this provide for you?
â¢ A clear, biblical understanding of Revelation.
â¢ A complete, yet understandable explanation of Revelation.
â¢ Assurance that Christ is guiding all things for the good of His people in the end times.
What is it?
Revelation can bring to mind terrible visions of war, disaster, persecution, and global destruction. It challenges the reader with symbols and hidden meanings. Yet the golden thread that runs through Revelation is Christ with His Church in worship on earth and in heaven. This commentary explores and explains the final testimony of the ascended Lord before His return in judgment.
This book draws its content from the best-selling book Revelation-Concordia Commentary series. This new lay-friendly edition includes all of the original translation and commentary but excludes technical notes, original biblical languages, and terminology required of an academic edition.
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