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Number of Pages: 160
Vendor: Christian Focus
Publication Date: 2000
|Dimensions: 7.01 X 4.33 X 0.41 (inches)|
What is the average person to make of the book of Revelation, with its vivid imagery and its apocalyptic visions? Richard Bewes steers his readers through the minefields of controversy and bizarre interpretations. He picks out the great themes and landmarks that are the message of Christ to every generation of believers.
"Richard Bewes, rector of All Souls, London, is a good preacher. His sermons, biblically based, are relevantly illustrated from our contemporary situations and church history. All Richard's skills are displayed in the 18 chapters of this book. There is much spiritual food in these pages for diligent bible students as an articulate pastor expounds what John experienced one Sunday on lonely, hilly Patmos."
"A highly imaginative look into the only book in the Holy Bible with a blessing attached to anyone who even reads it! Richard's descriptions give a view on Revelation that can only be likened to a biblical projection on the screen of your mind."
'Richard Bewes has done it again. 'Brilliant' is the word. Here is the best introduction I know to the book of Revelation; profound, yet simple and understandable. I recommend it for every young Christian, in fact for every Christian Bible reader.'
'For us all, it is a good alternative to the many pre-millennialist books that have been published in recent years. I warmly commend it.'
'Richard Bewes provides a breath of fresh air...very readable'
'If the Bible is the book for today's church (and it is), then the Book of Revelation should be the book for today's Church (and it is)....Richard Bewes sweeps us through it with a touch that makes even the back streets seem important and yet keeps the strategic parts in perspective'
'Richard Bewes has captured the central theme of John's Revelation...Written in graceful prose, this little book will make Revelation's central lines of thought leap to life and relevance. It deserves wide circulation.'
Creth D Hopkins5 Stars Out Of 5January 1, 2009Creth D HopkinsRichard Bewes gives an excellent tour through the Apocalypse in this little volume. Short but pithy, succinct but not lengthy is his writing style. It is a great tool to use in a small Bible study of six to eight students. His reasoning is lucid and his conclusions are convincing. Bewes has accomplished what all writers seek to attain: when the reader is finished with the book, he wants to read more! The Lamb Wins! is truly a winner!
Alice5 Stars Out Of 5February 15, 2008AliceA book that should be read by all who wants a deeper understanding of the book of revelation. It delves into the essentials and meaning of the book without too much complexity and confusion. Yet thought provoking, Richard Bewes indeed has a lot to offer.