Revelation

Revelation

5 Episodes

Revelation was likely the last book of the New Testament to be written, and was placed last in the New Testament. It was probably written in the 80s or 90s AD by the Apostle John while he was exiled on the Island of Patmos.
The apocalyptic imagery in Revelation makes the book difficult to understand and open to a wide variety of interpretations. Some believe the book describes events of John’s time, others believe it describes portions of the history of the Roman empire, while others believe it describes events that still have yet to occur. Many others think it describes portions of those three times along with other events, while others think it is entirely symbolic or allegorical.
The book opens as the revelation of Jesus is communicated to John, who is instructed to write down all he hears and sees.

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Revelation
  • Revelation EP1 - Too Salty

    Episode 1

    The Apostle John tells of receiving his direct revelation from Jesus Christ. He addresses this letter to seven churches in Asia, and reveals his vision of Jesus.

    Scripture References: Revelation 1

  • Revelation EP2 - The Scariest Bible Verse

    Episode 2

    An elder of the church at Laodicea summarizes the letters to the seven churches of Asia that are revealed in Revelation 2-3. Laodicea is one of those churches, and received a very scary message from Jesus.

    Scripture References: Revelation 2-3

  • Revelation EP3 - The Tribulation Begins

    Episode 3

    A mighty angel is described in Revelation 5:2. This mighty angel narrates the events described in Revelation 5-11, which are the beginning of the tribulation.

    Scripture References: Revelation 5-11

  • Revelation EP4 - God Wins

    Episode 4

    The archangel Michael describes the signs and war that break out in heaven, and discusses the other events that happen in Revelation 12-20.

    Scripture References: Revelation 12-20

  • Revelation EP5 - Two Heavens

    Episode 5

    The Apostle Peter talks of the two heavens that are described in Revelation 4, 21 and 22, and are also discussed elsewhere in the Bible.

    Scripture References: Revelation 4, 21, 22