The New Testament: Johannine writings
Aimed at the non-specialist reader, this edition covers the Johannine literature? Revelation, the Gospel, and the Epistles?and tackles all the perplexing issues the Book of Revelation presents: the strange creatures, the numbers 666 and 144,000, the Millennium, and socalled ?futuristic prophecy.? The detailed exegesis of the originalGreek also explains enigmatic phrases in the Gospel, such as ?the Word was God? and the ?Word became flesh,? along with curiosities such as Jesus' betrayal and burial in a garden.
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s The New Jerusalem
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