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An Introduction to Revelation by Gilbert Desrosiers


An Introduction to Revelation by Gilbert Desrosiers

The interpretation of the book of Revelation has always aroused controversy, and its use (and abuse) during periods of rapid change has often been a cause for great concern. This volume is intended for students of biblical studies, attempts a responsible reading of Revelation Desrosiers presents the reader with both the tools and the information required to understand the many approaches that may be taken to interpreting the book, and leads the reader toward a sound interpretation.

About the Author

Gilbert Desrosiers is Master of Christian Studies, specializing in New Testament, at ICI University, Irving, Texas.

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Publication date

1st October 2004


Gilbert Desrosiers

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T.& T.Clark Ltd an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC


136 pages


Biblical studies & exegesis



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