Stephen Beebe Helps Readers Unlock ‘The Logic of the Apocalypse’

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New book sheds light on age-old questions and controversies regarding one of the most extraordinary events of the Bible.

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Is there logic in the Book of the Apocalypse? Is there a way to understand it rationally? The Apocalypse is perhaps the most controversial book of the entire Bible and its meaning is debated by clerics and academics. Like many Christians, Stephen Beebe had a nagging curiosity about the meaning of the Apocalypse and its relevance for the 21st century. In his new book, “The Logic of the Apocalypse,” Beebe presents a novel approach to examining this infamous book and leads readers to new, astonishing conclusions about its message.

“The Logic of the Apocalypse” is a systematic, rational and logical look into the Apocalypse. Here, Beebe looks at the Apocalypse as a symbolic history of religion before Christ and a prophetic history of religion after Christ. He also shows readers how, with a simple bit of logic, it is possible to unravel the mysteries of the Apocalypse and its meaning which have evaded mankind for centuries. Ultimately, this book presents a new vision on religion and sheds light on some of the questions that many 21st Christians find themselves asking; including the truth about the End Times and whether this has already commenced.

Incisive and filled with groundbreaking truths, “The Logic of the Apocalypse” sheds new light on age old questions and controversies regarding one of the most extraordinary events of the Bible.

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About the Author
Stephen Beebe is a plant geneticist with a PhD degree from the University of Wisconsin living and working in Latin America for his entire professional career. His interest in religion derives from his participation in the Bahá’í Faith over a thirty-year period. He enjoys a cross-cultural family with his Colombian-born wife and their one son. He is also author of “Between the Menorah and the Cross: Jesus, the Jews, and the Battle for the Early Church,” a study that examines how the early church experience in the first century influenced church theology. This title is also available through Xlibris.

The Logic of the Apocalypse * by Stephen Beebe
Publication Date: November 27, 2013
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 172 pages; 978-1-4931-2118-2
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 172 pages; 978-1-4931-2119-9
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