Belleville, Ontario (PRWEB) October 07, 2011
In her new book Apocalyptic Tremors: Study the Revelation Like Never Before (published by WestBow Press) C.R. Chapman investigates the Book of Revelation as an end time prophecy and, through the use of numerous examples and references, presents readers with meaningful and scriptural understanding of the many signs and symbolisms in this ancient holy text.
For nearly 2,000 years, readers of the Bible have considered, analyzed and interpreted the meaning of the final book in the New Testament, the Book of Revelation. The sheer number of views on this book is baffling, but one of the most prevalent interpretations of the Book of Revelation is that it is a prophetic warning of apocalyptic days of God’s judgment. Many of the warnings and events are in the form of symbolism which Chapman has methodically and diligently examined in Apocalyptic Tremors.
The most exclusive and distinctive symbol to Apocalyptic Tremors is the Harvest Rapture which reflects ancient past and mirrors tomorrow’s future hope. Chapman asserts the Harvest Rapture is essential to correctly understanding end times.
Apocalyptic Tremors, complete with many charts, graphs and diagrams, presents a detailed analysis of the Book of Revelation for anyone – including students and teachers, groups and individuals – seeking understanding, end time purpose, and hope in the Apocalypse.
About the Author
Carolyn Chapman has taught in many different schools, both Christian and secular, and has experience preaching and teaching in churches and a Bible school. She spent two years in Newfoundland as a child evangelist, and she taught Bible and English classes in Kenya. Chapman graduated from Peterborough Teacher’s College and earned her master’s degree from a theological seminary in the U.S. She and her husband, Gordon, enjoy playing golf together.
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