By Stephen C. Doyle
—from the Introduction
In this enticing and accountable quantity, Scripture student Stephen Doyle makes use of a three-pronged method of interpreting the advanced and often-misunderstood publication of Revelation—one that's available to a brand new Bible reader, but beneficial to the intense pupil. Following the directives of the second one Vatican Council's structure on Divine Revelation, he is helping the reader to: research the textual content in gentle of its unique language, comprehend what the human writer intended to speak, and make certain the literary shape used and its impression at the which means of the text.
Each bankruptcy starts with a passage of the booklet of Revelation, by means of a proof that searches for the most topic in that passage, and concludes with a mirrored image that casts mild at the that means of the textual content for at the present time. an intensive bibliography presents assets for extra study.
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