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The epistle of Jesus to the church 2 editions

The epistle of Jesus to the church
James D. Quiggle
About the Book

This commentary on the book of Revelation assumes Jesus was the author and John the reporter of the words and events described. An understanding of Revelation will not be found in pagan literature or history, but in the history, doctrines, and symbolism of the preceding 65 books. The commentary follows the principle that the Scriptures explain themselves, because Revelation is a word directly from Jesus, faithfully recorded by John, who accurately described all he saw and heard. Difficult passages are addressed and plausible answers discussed. The theological POV is a conservative and dispensational theology.

Classifications

Library of Congress BS2825.53 .Q84 2007

2 editions First published in 2007

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Cover of: The epistle of Jesus to the church
2007, Resource Publications
The epistle of Jesus to the church
in English
Cover of: The epistle of Jesus to the church
2007, Resource Publications
The epistle of Jesus to the church
in English

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