Pastor Dan Boone simply explains the meaning of Revelation in a plain and friendly manner which is both easy to understand yet challenging to apply. He avoidsend-time speculation and focuses on the promise Jesus made to bring new life and new hope for his people. Each section of Revelation is treated in separate chapters.Answers for Chicken Little can be read alongside any translation because it does not include the text of Revelation, and is an excellent resource for laypeople and pastors alike. 143 pages, softcover.
Many voices speaking today about the end times sound a lot like Chicken Little: they prophesy doom and destruction, the Antichrist and Armageddon. All this apocalyptic speculation creates an atmosphere of sensationalism and dread--but the Revelation of Jesus to John was meant to bring hope.Too many Christians have become hesitant to study this book of the Bible because of the confusion that surrounds it. But as an experienced pastor, Dan Boone affirms that any child of God can read and understand the truth of Revelation. His friendly, conversational style brings the message of Revelation into the idiom of life in our contemporary world.This book will help readers understand:The context of the Revelation and what it meant to the churches of that dayThe characteristics of apocalyptic and prophetic literature and how they are meant to be readThe application that this important book of the Bible holds for our lives todayAnswers for Chicken Little gives a responsible interpretation of Revelation that replaces predictions of doom with a compelling vision of who Jesus is and of His message about living as a redeemed people with hope for the future.
Dan Boone is president of Trevecca Nazarene University. He received a master of divinity degree from Nazarene Theological Seminary and a doctorate of ministry from McCormick Theological Seminary. Dan is a popular speaker in the Nazarene denomination; he has taught classes at Olivet Nazarene University and Nazarene Theological Seminary; has instructed for the Salvation Army; and pastored churches in Illinois, Mississippi, North Carolina, and Tennessee. He and his wife, Denise, live in Nashville, Tennessee.Boone blogs at www.DanBoone.me.