Revelation verse by verse / Henry Feyerabend

Main Author: Feyerabend, H., 1931-2006, HenryLanguage: англійська.Country: СПОЛУЧЕНІ ШТАТИ АМЕРИКИ.Publication: London [Ont.], Berrien Springs, MI : Destiny/Arts International : Maracle Press Limited, ©1989Description: vi, 204 p.Contents note: Revelation 1 -- 7 Revelation 2 -- 19 Revelation 3 -- 29 Revelation 4 -- 41 Revelation 5 -- 49 Revelation 6 -- 55 Revelation 7 -- 67 Revelation 8 -- 79 Revelation 9 -- 85 Revelation 10 -- 93 Revelation 11 -- 99 Revelation 12 -- 111 Revelation 13 -- 119 Revelation 14 -- 133 Revelation 15 -- 145 Revelation 16 -- 149 Revelation 17 -- 159 Revelation 18 -- 167 Revelation 19 -- 175 Revelation 20 -- 183 Revelation 21 -- 191 Revelation 22 -- 199 Abstract: Revelation has been considered to be the most difficult book in the Bible. Calvin refused to write a commentary on it. Luther avoided its teachings for years. A 20th century preacher suggested that "Christ's resumption of the sacred tongue of heaven caused Him to forget the mortal language of earth." In spite of its difficulties, this book, like a magnet, irresistibly draws clergy, theologians and laymen to a study of its messages. G. Campbell Morgan once said, "There is no book to which I turn more eagerly in hours of depression than to this, with all its mystery, all the details of which I do not understand.". Item type: Книги
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Revelation 1 7 Revelation 2 19 Revelation 3 29 Revelation 4 41 Revelation 5 49 Revelation 6 55 Revelation 7 67 Revelation 8 79 Revelation 9 85 Revelation 10 93 Revelation 11 99 Revelation 12 111 Revelation 13 119 Revelation 14 133 Revelation 15 145 Revelation 16 149 Revelation 17 159 Revelation 18 167 Revelation 19 175 Revelation 20 183 Revelation 21 191 Revelation 22 199

Revelation has been considered to be the most difficult book in the Bible. Calvin refused to write a commentary on it. Luther avoided its teachings for years. A 20th century preacher suggested that "Christ's resumption of the sacred tongue of heaven caused Him to forget the mortal language of earth." In spite of its difficulties, this book, like a magnet, irresistibly draws clergy, theologians and laymen to a study of its messages. G. Campbell Morgan once said, "There is no book to which I turn more eagerly in hours of depression than to this, with all its mystery, all the details of which I do not understand."

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