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- Publisher: Regent College Publishing (1 Jun. 2004)
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- Language: English
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Discipleship on the Edge: An Expository Journey through the Book of Revelation Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Instead, Darrell Johnson demonstrates quite clearly how the biblical book of Revelation was written as a discipleship manual. I certainly have a better grasp of Revelation after reading Johnson's work.
One point to note is that the book is really a collection of 30 sermons. So, if you read it through from start to finish in one go, you will find that the author repeats himself on a number of occasions, as he seeks to draw out the great themes of Revelation. This can be irritating, but I think it will be very useful for future use: I'm most likely to dip in and out of various chapters, using this work as a reference guide. Because Johnson does repeat himself, I am unlikely to miss anything important.
No other Commentary on The Revelation that I have come across, is so practical or so challenging.
This is definitely not a Dispensational view of the Church being raptured out of the world by Chapter 4 of The Revelation, nor is it a premillenial view, but it is all about the role of the Churches witness for Jesus in the face of violent opposition by the world.
My only real disappointment with this book is his Replacement Theology teaching, that the church has fully and completely replaced Israel.
However, even with this caveat, I still find it worthy of a 5 star award.
Whatever tradition you hold too, I believe that the message of this book will be of benefit to you.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I'm absolutely loving this book. Each chapter is an inspiration and an immensely satisfying read.Published 16 months ago by Heather
This book is written with clear and concise expression yet adds detail and understanding to the book of Revelation. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Kentish Lad
Very helpful resource material especially for those of us who have always wanted to understand the book of Revelation.. A Great Help !Published on 16 July 2013 by Gwen
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