Revelation

Stephen Armstrong

Logo for Revelation

If the 66 books of the Bible may be compared to a novel having 66 chapters, then Revelation is the final chapter in God's novel. Just as a novel must be read cover to cover if it is to be understood properly, so must Bible students have an understanding of the Bible's first 65 books if we are to truly understand its concluding book of Revelation. Consequently, the VBVM Revelation study covers not only the 22 chapters of John's vision, but we also teach relevant sections of Daniel, Deuteronomy, Leviticus, Ruth, the Psalms, the minor prophets, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, the Gospels and the Epistles. Virtually every book of the Bible is referenced during the course of this 10-month class, leading many VBVM students to joke that our Revelation course is actually an attempt to teach the entire Bible in a single class. We plead guilty!

If the 66 books of the Bible may be compared to a novel having 66 chapters, then Revelation is the final chapter in God's novel. Just as a novel must be read cover to cover if it is to be understood properly, so must Bible students have an understanding of the Bible's first 65 books if we are to truly understand its concluding book of Revelation. C... Show more

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