Synopses & Reviews
It seems hard to believe that Biblical prophecies, those most complex spiritual Scriptures, can be approached by something as straightforward as rules. Nevertheless, that's exactly the case. God gave us nothing in His word that can't be understood. Of all Scriptures, prophecies require the most meditation. It's almost as if God had intentionally made His prophecies obscure. This text's final destination is a tour through the Book of Revelation, but we must first build an understandable system to examine that most controversial book. Together, we will construct a contextual Scriptural highway, and then drive on it. Join the authors and editor of The Beasts of Prophecy as we use the framework of the Book of Daniel to study Christ's own difficult prophecies and to travel on to the final Judgment and the New Jerusalem. The immenseness of God's entirety will forever be beyond us, but Jesus the Christ - the living Word of God - has placed fellowship with God within our reach. Here, the reader will find some of the most difficult parts of the written Word of God emerging from prophecy's obscurity. The strength of that fellowship will grow as we learn together. The Book of Revelation is meant to bless its reader. (Revelation 1:3) May God bless you in this study.