Each of the four views that are the focus of the book draw your attention to individual words and phrases in Revelation in different ways, which gives you plenty to think about. However, the covereage of the "New heaven and Earth" is totally one-sided: the author almost exclusively presents the "non-literal" side as if the "literal" side speaks for itself; if you take it literally, certainly there's plenty that can be said to confirm that view and challenge the "non-literal" view.
I found the intro, and all the leading materials very informative and well organized. The body of the work is a commentary and takes most verses (some combined for context) and explains how the four different views would address each. The layout is most easy to follow and gain new perspectives on this important book, without naming or claiming one view a 'winner' ... important to note this is not a salvation issue ... but as revealed Word, most important and often a discussion point for believers. This can assist the discussion by identifying the points of view of others and sharpen your own. Great reference.
I find it an ironic curiosity and testament to the unfortunate but constant division alive and well in the Body of Christ that one written work on the book of Revelation is larger than the whole Bible combined.
Brother Gregg has done and exceedingly good job in making a comparison of the four main views the Body of Christ holds. I believe that the understanding and unity that a work such as this could bring to the Body of Christ is a beautiful gift from Jesus to His beloved church. That alone makes this volume worth its weight in gold and Steve Gregg my newest hero of the Christian faith. As far as the differing view points and interpretations of the book of Revelation go....who cares.
An excellent book that takes a realistic and balanced view of each position. As a former Bible College lecturer with an MA in Biblical Studies I would recommend this book to anyone wanting to understand the positions on the book of Revelation.