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- The Returning King: A Guide to the Book of Revelation
- Revelation Unveiled. Tim LaHaye
- Revelation : illustrated and made plain by tim lahaye - 1973 paperback
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The Returning King: A Guide to the Book of Revelation
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Chaos reigns. With the stage set, a dictator emerges who persecutes Christians horribly. But tribulation is about to give way to incredible joy -- for the return of the King of Kings is at hand. In Revelation Unveiled, Dr. Tim LaHaye, co-author with Jerry Jenkins of the best-selling novels Left Behind and Tribulation Force, reveals the scriptural foundation of this series. With simple and accessible language, Revelation Unveiled will help you better understand this mysterious, final book of the Bible and its implications.
Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published June 6th by Zondervan Academic first published More Details Original Title. Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Revelation Unveiled , please sign up. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Revelation Unveiled. Mar 21, Rick Schworer rated it it was amazing.
While writing my own book, Roadmap Through Revelation, I found this and many other books to be very helpful. As far as the much ado about being a Catholic basher, it's not bashing individuals to simply put the truth out there about their organization.
She has the blood of saints all over her. Another great book by Brother While writing my own book, Roadmap Through Revelation, I found this and many other books to be very helpful. I agree with brother LaHaye that the Bible should be taken as literally as possible, and I believe the biblical view of the Rapture of the church is a pre-Tribulation view. Revelation is yet to be fulfilled, and those that teach otherwise find themself performing, as LaHaye puts it, "exegetical gymnastics" to prove their point of view.
The book is very down to Earth, personable, and most importantly it is easy to read. There are enough high-brow, dry, dusty doorstop commentaries on Revelation out there as it is! The only thing of note that I really disagree with him on is the order of events in Revelation.
I do not believe they are chronological from beginning to end. I believe that the book of Revelation contains four separate accounts of the Second Coming of Christ, just as the four Gospels contain four separate accounts of the first coming. That is the premise of my book. Regardless, this is a good book and would make a great addition to any dispensationalist's library.
View all 4 comments. Oct 17, Einschrein rated it did not like it. I actually give this book 0 stars because of the numerous factual errors I encountered from the outset. I thought at the very least that I would get some insight into the "rapture" crowd, but clearly LaHaye would like readers of the Bible to stick with literal translations of the text while he goes way off the rails with his reading into the text.
All-in-all, this book is for those people who fear death and cannot live in a world of ambiguity. Anna, supposedly we've been "very close" for about I actually give this book 0 stars because of the numerous factual errors I encountered from the outset.
Anna, supposedly we've been "very close" for about years. Sep 06, William Dicks rated it it was ok Shelves: theology , eschatology , all-my-books. This is typical dispensationalist, pretribulational doctrine. LaHaye misinterprets, or simply misunderstands many eschatalogical passages and reads them out of context through his dispensational glasses. Not recommended at all! Jan 18, Aaron rated it liked it.
I do not follow dispensationalism in its entirety. I respect many believers who are dispensationalists. This is a great book to understand their position. His efforts would be merely misguided if he were a bumpkin preacher screaming at his congregants in a shack somewhere. More than any other preacher, LaHaye succeeded at making the End Times a common Evangelical belief as that faction rose to prominence in the Republican Party.
The campaign, more than any other in modern times, was fueled by religious passions. Bush overtly sought to assure Evangelicals that he agreed with their extreme positions on issues like gay rights and abortion. He never publically declared he believed in the End Times, but he made scriptural references throughout his campaign to reassure Evangelicals that he was a believer.
General William G. Boykin, most egregiously, did so while wearing his military uniform. When terrorists attacked on September 11, , the End Times movement took a quantum leap forward.
We now know that the Bush Administration intentionally lied when it came before the United Nations and presented its case for pre-emptive war. Of course, he was not the only one proselytizing these beliefs, but in Time magazine named him one of the twenty-five most influential Evangelical preachers because of his leadership in this realm.
Therefore it is important to understand what he believes, and why. Let us start with the Book of Revelations itself. It has a tawdry history. Since it is clearly the ranting of a mentally unstable zealot, many detractors tried to prevent it from becoming part of the Bible. At the Council of Nicea in C. Even centuries later when Martin Luther re-organized the Protestant Old Testament, he almost excluded it from the Protestant New Testament for the same reason.
But LaHaye considers it the most important scripture of all. Since Christ hates gay people, feminists, and progressives, true Christians must be deeply conservative. I love the reference to Thomas Paine, because Paine was adamant about individual rights and the separation of church and state. Christ is not only the truth, but the ultimate truth.
No truth will be given to this world other than the truth revealed in Jesus Christ. In the Book of Revelations, Jesus returns to earth at this Temple. It used to, but currently it does not. The Jews took over Israel around 1, B. Solomon ruled over a united Jewish kingdom and built the Temple for the first time.
Then Nimrod invaded Israel in B. They remained there until B. Safe in Jerusalem, for the time being, by B. The prophetically significant Book of Isaiah was written around B.
Working from oral traditions about Isaiah, the authors made him a prophet who, forseeing the Nimrod disaster, prophesied that a Messiah would come and return them to Jerusalem so they could rebuild their Temple. They made Cyrus the Great that Messiah.
The Romans colonized Israel, but the Jewish Pharisees in Jerusalem dealt with them so they could keep their Temple and the wealth it generated. They let the Romans dominate the poor Jews in the countryside.
Needless to say, those Jews did not appreciate that their rich leaders cooperated with their colonizers.
Revelation Unveiled. Tim LaHaye
In the twinkling of an eye, millions of people across the world vanish, resulting in highway catastrophes, plane crashes, utility breakdowns, and more. Chaos reigns. With the stage set, a dictator emerges who persecutes Christians horribly. But tribulation is about to give way to incredible joy -- for the return of the King of Kings is at hand. In Revelation Unveiled, Dr.
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Tim LaHaye is a New York Times bestselling author of more than 70 nonfiction books, many on biblical prophecy and end-times. He is the coauthor of the record-shattering Left Behind series and is considered one of America's foremost authorities on biblical end-times prophecy. The Christ of the Churches Rev. The Church of Ephesus Rev. The Church of Smyrna Rev.
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