Thinking Through Revelation (Thinking Through the Bible Series)
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Thinking Through Revelation (Thinking Through the Bible Series)

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Published by Sunesis Publishing .
Written in English


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FormatPaperback
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Open LibraryOL11782200M
ISBN 100971648719
ISBN 109780971648715

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"Thinking through Revelation would be worth reading if all it did was to offer its stimulating and erudite comparison of revelation and reason in three great medieval thinkers—Jewish, Christian, and Muslim. Valuable though this comparison is Dobie offers more. Thinking Through Revelation attempts to ask deeper questions: what possibilities for philosophical thought did divine revelation open up for medieval thinkers? How did the contents of the sacred scriptures of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam put into question established philosophical assumptions? as a book “sent down” from on high, as Author: Robert J. Dobie. If you think Revelation is too confusing or intimidating to dig intohere's help! Guiding you on an encouraging journey through the prophetic book, Rhodes offers interpretations of its picturesque language and reveals its reassuring promises. Each chapter includes a short passage with easy-to-understand notes on each verse, major themes, cross-references, practical applications, and thought. These thoughts have been stimulated by studying Revelation with my wife Dorothee, as well as an excellent class we have been attending on the book of Revelation, led by Dr. Sigve Tonstad. It is difficult and usually painful to unlearn something but that is exactly what I have had to do with the book of Revelation over the last 10 years.

The book of Revelation has much to teach us about the events of the end times, and about our own hearts. Join us on a journey through the pages of this letter from Christ to His people.   The book of Revelation is a tough book to read. It is full of strange and often scary imagery, confusing numbers, time references, and much more. However, with just a few tips for understanding certain confusing elements, the book opens up as an important and helpful book for Christians. 1. The book is visual prophecy.   Author of Revelation. The book of Revelation starts with “this is a revelation from Jesus Christ, which God gave him to show his servants the events that must soon take place. He sent an angel to present this revelation to his servant John”. So, the divine author of Revelation is Jesus Christ and the human author is the Apostle John. When reading through this book, you will read about the sufferings we will face. If you think the Book of Revelation is only about the End Times and dark days to come, you’re missing an.

NOTE: The entire Bible is the Book of Revelation - the revealing of God through His Son the Lord Jesus Christ! B. The Author: _____ () the son of Zebedee The writer of this Book is the apostle John (Matt ; ) under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit (2 Pet ; 2 Tim ). John not only wrote this Book, but four others: St. John. The book of Revelation is the only book in the New Testament that begins by spe-cifically stating its source, “The Revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave to Him and signified it by His angel to His servant John” (Rev. ). The book ends with confirmations of authenticity by God, Christ and John. “And the Lord God of the. The Book of Revelation closes with the Bright and Morning Star, which is a figure of Christ at His coming to take the church out of the world. The Rapture is the hope of the New Testament, just as the revelation of Christ was the hope of the Old Testament. And the Book of Revelation will complete the revelation of . Get this from a library! Thinking through revelation: Islamic, Jewish, and Christian philosophy in the Middle Ages. [Robert J Dobie] -- "Navigating the seemingly competing claims of human reason and divine revelation to truth is without a doubt one of the central problems of medieval philosophy. Medieval thinkers argued a whole gamut.