Item description for The Revelation Record: A Scientific and Devotional Commentary on the Prophetic Book of the End of Times by Henry M. Morris...
Overview Years of Bible study and research by a specialist in hydrology and geology have resulted in an excellent commentary with a scientific approach to the book of Revelation.
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Studio: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.1" Width: 6.1" Height: 1.3" Weight: 1.85 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2001
Publisher Tyndale House Publishers
ISBN 0842355111 ISBN13 9780842355117
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More About Henry M. Morris
Henry M. Morris (PhD, University of Minnesota), founder and former president of the Institute of Creation Research, served as professor of hydrology at the institute's division of graduate study and research. For more than thirty years, Dr. Morris has taught at major universities, including serving as chairman of the civil engineering department at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
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The best verse by verse commentary on the Book of Revelation. Jan 1, 2007
Henry Morris, a layman, has written the best verse by verse commentary on The Book of Revelation I have ever read. In this fantastic work he, as a layman, has provided a detailed verse by verse study that puts "professional" theologians in the dust.
This book is very readable while offering a very in depth study of Revelations. Mr. Morris' commentary is heavy with supporting scriptural references which provokes the reader to further study and allows the reader to come to their own conclusions. Readers should be aware that Mr. Morris very adequately supports the pre-tribulation view on "end times" theology providing sufficient scriptural support for his position.
This book is great as a devotional, bible study product or as a resource for sermon preparation.
The Revelation Record is a must read for every believer in Christ!
God "Blessed" This Man With Incredible Wisdom & Discernment! Apr 19, 2006
Having read and studied many, many books and commentaries on the Book of Revelation, this work of Mr. Morris's is truly the "Best Of The Best"! He lays out a common sense approach to each chapter and verse and also adds many other scripture references that "tie" in with the Revelation verses, showing that much time and study preceded the penning of this work! God never intended for us (His True Believers in Jesus Christ) to not understand His Word! That would absolutely be "ludicrous", as we would have absolutely no proper direction in life! (The unbelievers lot)! We were meant to receive "discernment" of God's entire Word and this book is a "great" study in this endeavor. Where God simply has concluded that we do not need further enlightenment in a scripture verse there is no discernment. Mr. Morris however, delightfully gives us various scenarios such as in the 24 elders. Whoever they are, the "fact" is stated that they were "worshiping" the "true" Lord and Savior on the Throne! This is a great and wonderful "tool" in teaching and "witnessing" about the Book of Revelation!
Amazing book Dec 24, 2005
You won't agree with every detail of Dr. Morris' commentary, but his commitment to a literal interpretation of the text will challenge you. Dr. Morris approaches Revelation with two simple assumptions: We should expect to understand Revelation. If the plain sense makes sense, seek no other sense. He challenges us with this question: Is Revelation really so hard to understand, or is it just hard to believe? His training in physics and engineering shows through on many pages. This commentary revolutionized my approach to Revelation!
A scientific approach to Revelation. Dec 22, 2005
Mr.Morris wrote a level-headed commentary on Revelation.This is not one of those sensationalistic books!This book takes a futuristic,literal approach to the book of Revelation. There are a few minor areas where I disagree with the author,but overall I found this book to be a very good read. He has some interesting scientific theories that I haven't heard before. Very interesting early church history and geographical information. His theories on the identity of the 24 elders are thought-provoking. He notes the relevance of Zehariah's prophecy(Zech.5:5-11)of the ephah to the black horse of Rev.6:5.Something I had never thought of! I was exposed to some different theories and I came away with some more education on Revelation as a result of reading this book.
A Book Everyone Should Read in These Last Days! Oct 20, 2005
I began reading this book as soon as it arrived. I found it to be Biblically sound, well written, and interesting enough to be hard to put down. My husband came along and "borrowed" it to use as a study source for his preparation for teaching an adult Sunday School class. Now I will have to wait until his class is completed before I can finish it for myself! Based on what we have read so far, we would highly recommend this book.