Item description for Key to Understanding Revelation, The: An Easily Grasped Structure of a Complex Book by Arthur E. Bloomfield & Harold Brokke...
Overview First published over 40 years ago as "All Things New, " this book's easy-to-grasp structure of Revelation has helped thousands to understand this complex book of the Bible.
Publishers Description The last chapter of a love story is how Arthur Bloomfield describes the book of Revelation. First published over 40 years ago as "All Things New," the author's easy-to-grasp structure of this complex book of the Bible has helped thousands to understand it. "Makes a thorough Bible study in Revelation... thrilling and enjoyable." (The Prophetic News). Now available for a new generation of readers, this is ideal for Bible classes and discussion groups.
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Studio: Bethany House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.96" Width: 5.46" Height: 0.86" Weight: 0.98 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2002
Publisher Bethany House
ISBN 0764225936 ISBN13 9780764225932
Availability 0 units.
More About Arthur E. Bloomfield & Harold Brokke
Arthur Bloomfield was a respected pastor in the Methodist Church and editor of Higley's Sunday School Commentary before devoting his time to studying, writing, and lecturing on Bible prophecy. His books include The End of Days and How to Recognize the Antichrist. He passed away in 1980.
Reviews - What do customers think about Key to Understanding Revelation, The: An Easily Grasped Structure of a Complex Book?
Pretty good.. Mar 6, 2004
This is one of the better, 'End-Times' outlines I've read and I've read over 50. Moral warnings predominate. A few dry moments.
A great perspective on the "end times". Dec 27, 2002
Originally my wife bought this book. I'm not into Revelations books myself since I think that mostly the authors' analysis is clouded by current events and/or their cultural world view. What makes this book so great is that it comes from Arthur's love for the Lord. From reading the pages of this book I sense a deep, consistent and mature faith that has originated not from the dusty halls of academia but from experience.
Not to say that this work is somehow a "Revelations for Dummies". Quite the opposite it respects the complexities of the final book of the bible yet outlines them in a succinct way in which the reader will be able to recall the outline or main points of the book.
If I were to fault this book it would be in the writing style. Sometimes I felt it a little long winded, some points expounded on a little too long. Yet if you push on through some of that you get to a lot of great teaching and significant truths.