Introduction to Revelation – (A Brief introduction to and outline of the Book of Revelation)

The Fourfold Division of the Book of Revelation – (The visions of John divide into four main sections marked off by his four experiences “in the spirit”)

A Call to Action – The Seven Beatitudes of Revelation – (Through a series of seven “beatitudes,” the book of Revelation summons believers to faithfulness despite hostility and persecution)

Introduction to the Churches of Asia – (The visitation of Jesus to each of the Seven Churches prepares the reader to understand the visions that follow the letters to the churches of Asia)


The Isle of Patmos – (Revelation 1:9John is exiled on the Isle of Patmos for his testimony and is a “fellow participant” with the churches in the Tribulation)


Literal and Non-Literal Language – (Revelation informs the reader from the get-go, and by direct statement and example, that it communicates symbolically)

Linear Chronological Sequencing in Revelation? – (Are Revelation’s visions presented in chronological sequence? If so, how do we explain the many parallel descriptions that link them?)

Provided Interpretations – (Revelation communicates symbolically and provides many of the necessary interpretations of its images)

Common Errors Interpreting Revelation – (The real-life relevance of the book of Revelation is easily lost if we approach the book with incorrect presuppositions)

The Death and Exaltation of Jesus in the Book of Revelation – (The book of Revelation links the present reign of Jesus to his past Death and Resurrection, the immovable foundation of his kingdom)

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Unsealing Daniel – (What was “sealed” in Daniel is unsealed in Revelation)

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