Item description for Wrath and Glory: Unveiling the Majestic Book of Revelation by David Reagan...
Overview In this book David Reagan allows Scripture to speak for itself. By exploring the many differing views of this mysterious book, he encourages the reader to examine Revelation for its plain-sense meaning.
Publishers Description -- Plainly explains the various end times positions -- Pre-Trib, Mid-Trib, Post-Trib, Preterist, Historicist. -- Examines the most frequently asked questions about Revelation. -- Presents a fascinating look at the fate of the United States in Bible prophecy. -- Clearly explains the relevance of the Revelation message to all people.
There are commentaries on the Book of Revelation, but none like this one, designed for the layman. In his down-to-earth, readable style, prophecy teacher David Reagan strips away the mystery and intellectual jargon from this book that has so puzzled Christians for generations.
Giving a sensible overview of the book, then giving brief summaries of the different schools of thought, Reagan lets the book speak for itself, emphasizing the spiritual riches waiting for the discerning reader. In fitting with Reagan's style, Wrath and Glory is meant as much for mainline denominations as for evangelicals.
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Studio: New Leaf Press (AR)
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.47" Width: 5.26" Height: 0.66" Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2001
Publisher New Leaf Press/Master Books
ISBN 0892215119 ISBN13 9780892215119
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More About David Reagan
Reagan is the evangelist for Lamb & Lion Ministries, a Bible prophecy ministry located in the Dallas, Texas area.
David Reagan currently resides in the state of Texas.
Reviews - What do customers think about Wrath and Glory: Unveiling the Majestic Book of Revelation?
awesome/ easy to understand Mar 14, 2006
The best of the best, on understanding the perplexy of the book of revelation. Consider myself well versed in prophesy as a born again believer in Christ. I have a library of commentaries and such. Having this one explains simply how it all fits together,in easy terms. sincerly , R Pirone
A simple, lucid unveiling of the Book of Revelation Jan 21, 2005
I had always been bewildered by the book of Revelation, but heavily fascinated, thus frustrated by a lack of teachers or others interested at all in it. At best, other Christians would point me to the "Left Behind" series (a fictional series of books based on Biblical prophecies, but still FICTION!)... At worst I received criticism for "worring" about "end times" (implying that it's a waste of time!)... Well, obviously God wants us to understand it, that's why it is included in THE BOOK! Sadly, it's hard to find books on this subject - actually, this is the only one that I've found. I don't recall the exact number, but I think there were a couple hundred prophecies aof Jesus' first coming, and there are over 600 prophecies about the 2nd coming ... uh gee, I think it's important! I surmise there are many like me -unable to understand the contents of Revelation on my own ... Thank God for having Mr. Reagan write this book, which I HIGHLY recommend. The introduction (like my own here) is irrelevant and wordy, but the rest of the book is well-written, and informative. He guides the reader through the Book of Revelation (he urges you to read it simultaneously as you read his). He discusses various viewpoints and theories about the rapture, the tribulation, but leaves it to the reader to decide in which order these events will occur. Although Jesus said he will come like a thief in the night, he also revealed that the generation who sees the children of Israel return to their land will also see the 2nd coming of Christ, so I consider the Book of Revelation of utmost importance. Mr. Reagans explanation reveals the mysteries in a way that made me wonder why these truths had not occured to me without having read Reagans book ... It's a tiny little book, but I find myself unwilling to loan it out, because I hoard it for my own reference! Get your own!