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Reading the Book of Revelation

Five Principles for Interpretation

Alexander E. Stewart

208 pages
Lexham Press
How to read Revelation rightly.
Let's face it: the book of Revelation is difficult to read! Many neglect it, leaving it to the experts or the obsessed. Others fixate on the details, focusing on current events but missing Christ in the process. But Revelation promises a blessing on all who read it. Why is it so hard to understand?

In Reading the Book of Revelation, Alexander E. Stewart offers five simple keys that unlock this difficult book. He then illustrates their profit in explaining Revelation chapter by chapter and provides recommendations for further study. With this short and accessible guide, readers will see how Revelation is approachable, applicable to their lives, and glorifying to Christ.
Author Bio
Alexander E. Stewart is vice president of academic services and professor of New Testament at Gateway Seminary in Ontario, California. He is author of a forthcoming volume on Revelation in the B&H Exegetical Guide to the Greek New Testament series and coauthor (with Andreas J. Köstenberger) of The First Days of Jesus, The Final Days of Jesus, and Jesus and the Future.