When I was considering a name for one of my books, the same title as Tim LaHaye picked came to mind and I quickly tossed it because it sounds too ambitious.
This is just a rerelease of an older Revelation commentary of LaHaye's with updated info and charts.
For me, to "unveil Revelation" is really something that only a prophet can do, which the last record of one we had is from the first century. In my opinion, there is no non-prophet today who could write a single book that makes "revelation unveiled", especially not someone who takes the Book of Revelation mostly allegorically.
I have not read Tim LaHaye's book but judging from his Left Behind pretrib theology, I'm afraid his book covers up Revelation more than it unveils it for the reader because this is usually the result of not using plain sense literal interpretation exclusively when reading the Bible, including Revelation.
"Depart From Me, I Never Knew you!" - Jesus
Jesus predicted that he will tell many sincere believers to basically "get lost" instead of welcoming them into the Kingdom. So...who are they and what did they miss or do wrong? In this study, get those answers and the one requirement for salvation Jesus taught (that Christianity misses) so that you can make sure you don't hear these dreaded words yourself!
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