The book of Revelation has long been considered one of the most difficult books of the Bible to understand. There has been so much speculation about its interpretation which has been so wildly wrong that it has caused great embarrassment to many Christians. This book was first published in 2004 and has been read by tens of thousands of readers around the world who have benefited from its clear, well-researched explanation of its contents – and you will too!
Understand why the Book of Revelation has more to do with hermeneutics (the art and science of interpretting the Bible) than Bible prophecy!
Understand how the original recipients of the book of Revelation would have understood it – and why this matters!
Understand the language of Revelation and how it differs from our modern understanding of words and expressions!
Yes I now believe the preterist viewpoint. I come from a Pre-trib Pre-mill Dispensationalist background and I am SOOOOOOOOOO happy to have discovered this theory of eschatology. I don’t know how anyone could EVER believe Dispensationalism ! It is what I now call, TRAIN-WRECK theology.
I appreciate your work. At least someone is out there fighting the good fight of biblical truths.
K.H. (Atlanta, Georgia)
I found this singularly helpful- in fact inspiring and excitingly stimulating to my faith…I’ve devoured this thing this afternoon! Thanks for the privilege.
Rev. Steve Nicholson, Gateway Baptist Church, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia
Dr. Andrew Corbett’s, “Understanding the Book of Revelation”, will not suit those Christians who simply want to have a “pop” version of end times teaching to reinforce existing beliefs about a 7-year tribulation on earth while the people of God rest in heaven, or about an earthly reign of Christ for a thousand years following his return. Neither will this suit those who recoil in dismay and disapproval when challenged about their contention that the nation of Israel plays, and will play, a major role in the fulfilment of Bible prophecy.
Rev. Charles Schwab, Apostolic Church, Victoria, Australia
Dr Corbett introduces the Book of Revelation by showing that despite the massive amount of speculation regarding its contents, there are some basic principles of hermeneutics (Bible interpretation) which are used for every other book of the Bible which can not be discarded when it comes to understanding Revelation.