This book is not a commentary on the book of Revelation (there are many excellent commentaries on the Revelation), though it is a careful verse by verse and chapter by chapter study of chapters 12 to 22 of the text of the Apocalypse
FOREST LAKE, Australia (PRWEB) August 14, 2020
Author Richard Wilson offers an inspirational view of a confusing book of the Bible in The Quest for Millennial Hope: Historicist with a Futurist Focus, Postmillennial Apology on the Book of Revelation – Chapter 12-22 ($25.49, paperback, 9780994195807; $9.99, e-book, 9781631297410).
While many struggle to understand the last book of the Bible, others revel in their own interpretations of this abstract narrative. Wilson explores the perspective accepted by the general Protestant population during the time of the Reformation and for some time after. He believes that this perspective can further God’s ever-growing earthly kingdom.
“This book is not a commentary on the book of Revelation (there are many excellent commentaries on the Revelation), though it is a careful verse by verse and chapter by chapter study of chapters 12 to 22 of the text of the Apocalypse,” said Wilson.
Richard Wilson is a Presbyterian Minister, a calling that has taken him and his family across Australia and into many parts of the world. He studied theology at Melbourne University and then at the Presbyterian Theological Hall. Richard currently serves as Pastoral Coordinator for the Indian Reformed Fellowship – Australia (IRFA). He lives in Brisbane, Australia with his wife.
Xulon Press, a division of Salem Media Group, is the world’s largest Christian self-publisher, with more than 15,000 titles published to date. The Quest for Millennial Hope is available online through xulonpress.com/bookstore, amazon.com, and barnesandnoble.com.