Believing that the Bible was intended to be understood, John Walvoord presents a verse-by-verse study of one of the most complex books in the Bible. He is thorough in pointing out the symbolic nature of Revelation while showing that it should be interpreted literally.
No other New Testament book evokes the same fascination, produces wider divergence of interpretation, and is less understood than the book of Revelation.
Walvoord, believing that the Bible was intended to be understood, presents a verse-by-verse study of one of the most complex books in the Bible. He is thorough in pointing out the symbolic nature of Revelation while showing that it should be interpreted literally.
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- Title: The Revelation of Jesus Christ
- Author: John F. Walvoord
- Publisher: Moody
- Publication Date: 1966
- Pages: 347
About John Flipse Walvoord
John Flipse Walvoord was born on May 1, 1910, in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. In 1928 Walvoord entered Wheaton College, majoring in Greek and minoring in Latin. With additional course work one summer at the University of Colorado, he was able to complete his undergraduate degree in 1931 with honors. Upon entering the Evangelical Theological College (today, Dallas Theological Seminary), Walvoord pursued a regular curriculum of seminary studies, graduating with both a Th.B. and a Th.M. degree in 1934. By 1936 he completed a Th.D. degree.
Along with the presidency of Dallas Theological Seminary, Walvoord was editor of Bibliotheca Sacra for thirty-three years and contributed a total of 127 articles between 1937 and 1990. Furthermore, he authored thirty books including, The Prophecy Knowledge Handbook available from Logos Bible Software. He is also the editor of several works such as The Bible Knowledge Commentary and Systematic Theology, and served on the committee that produced the New Scofield Reference Bible.