Apocalypse, The Unveiling
Apocalypse, the Unveiling is a layman's explanation of end-time events. In an easy to understand manner the author charts a course through the sometimes treacherous waters of eschatology. The authors' unique viewpoint resolves the conflict between the pre-tribulation camps and mid-tribulation camps. This viewpoint is summed up by utilizing the roadmap mentioned above and realizing that there are three groups of Christians seen in heaven in three different locations and at three different times. 1.) Group one (Revelation 7:9-12) What we commonly call the Rapture 2.) Group two (Revelation 14:1-5) The second group consists of the 144,000 Jewish witnesses seen standing on the heavenly Mt. Zion. 3.) The third group of Christians are seen standing next to the glassy sea mixed with fire after they had been martyred. The author explains the Book of Revelation as a sequence of events that does not deviate from the narrative that the Apostle John received from God.
- Paperback | 201 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 12.95mm | 362.87g
- 17 Feb 2009
- Morrisville, United States