Between the Cross and the Throne: The Book of Revelation
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Between the Cross and the Throne: The Book of Revelation  -     By: Matthew Y. Emerson, Craig G. Bartholomew
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In Between the Cross and the Throne, Matthew Emerson brings one of the least-understood books in the Bible to life for the modern Christian. Revelation was written to a community facing a period of trial and persecution. John wanted to remind his readers that God, not Satan, is ultimately sovereign and victorious. In conversational tone, Emerson takes us through the book of Revelation, explaining the deep themes often missed within the book’s complex imagery. He reminds us: We live between the time of Christ’s coming and Christ’s return—and in this tension, we can have hope.

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Title: Between the Cross and the Throne: The Book of Revelation
By: Matthew Y. Emerson, Craig G. Bartholomew
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 96
Vendor: Lexham Press
Publication Date: 2016
Dimensions: 8.00 X 5.00 (inches)
Weight: 4 ounces
ISBN: 1577996585
ISBN-13: 9781577996583
Series: Transformative Word
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Revelation is often considered one of the most confusing books of the Bible, and consequently it's regularly overlooked or ignored. But no longer. In Between the Cross and the Throne, Matthew Emerson walks us through the book of Revelation, unpacking its complex imagery and pointing out major themes. In conversational tone, he reminds us that Christ died, but he has risen. The Lord reigns, but evil persists. We live between Christ's ascension and his final conquest--and that should give us hope.

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