Commentary on the book of Revelation

Section Subject

Introduction

Contents
General Introduction
Keys to Interpret
Bible Study and Use of Questions

Section 1
Chapter 1-3

Introduction to Section 1
Introduction to Chapter 1
Explanation of Chapter 1
Introduction to Chapter 2 and 3
Explanation of Chapter 2
Explanation of Chapter 3

Section 2
Chapter 4-7

Introduction to Section 2
Introduction to Chapter 4
Explanation of Chapter 4
Introduction to Chapter 5
Explanation of Chapter 5
Introduction to Chapter 6
Explanation of Chapter 6
Introduction to Chapter 7
Explanation of Chapter 7

Section 3
Chapter 8-11

Introduction to Section 3
Introduction to Chapter 8
Explanation of Chapter 8
Introduction to Chapter 9
Explanation of Chapter 9
Introduction to Chapter 10
Explanation of Chapter 10
Introduction to Chapter 11
Explanation of Chapter 11

Section 4
Chapter 12-14

Introduction to Section 4
Introduction to Chapter 12
Explanation of Chapter 12
Introduction to Chapter 13
Explanation of Chapter 13
Introduction to Chapter 14
Explanation of Chapter 14

Section 5
Chapter 15-16

Introduction to Section 5
Introduction to Chapter 15 and 16
Explanation of Chapter 15
Explanation of Chapter 16

Section 6
Chapter 17-19

Introduction to Section 6
Introduction to Chapter 17
Explanation of Chapter 17
Introduction to Chapter 18
Explanation of Chapter 18
Introduction to Chapter 19
Explanation of Chapter 19

Section 7
Chapter 20-22

Introduction to Section 7
Introduction to Chapter 20
Explanation of Chapter 20
Introduction to Chapter 21
Explanation of Chapter 21
Introduction to Chapter 22
Explanation of Chapter 22

Supplements

The Second Coming of Christ
Symbolism of Numbers
Approaches to Interpreting
Dispensational or Covenant Theology
Millennial Eschatology
Futurist or Dispensational View of Revelation
Introduction to the Book of Daniel
Author, Bibliography and Footnotes
Index of Topics

These pages contain an extensive commentary on the Book of Revelation with “a summary of the second coming” and “a study on dispensational and covenant theology” (2008, 718 pages). They are an addition to the lessons on the Book of Revelation, which are offered both in English and in Dutch.

These studies are developed under the auspices of Delta Course (Deltacursus Foundation).

Introduction: four introductory chapters,

Seven sections containing the explanation of all 22 chapters,

Nine supplements (one also about the authorship of these lessons).


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