The Book of the Revelation contains outlined studies of the last book of the Bible. In his introduction, Strauss says, “Genesis is the book of commencement; Revelation is the book of consummation.” The messages in this book are designed, not for scholars or exegetes, but for the average person in the pew.
The author identifies three distinct systems of interpretation of Revelation—The Preterist School, The Presentist School, and The Prophetic School. Subscribing to the latter, Strauss holds that the largest part of the Book of Revelation is prophetic, and thus it applies to a period still future.
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Lehman Strauss taught Old Testament history for eight years at Philadelphia Bible Institute and served as pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church in Bristol, Pa., from 1939 to 1957. He was pastor of Highland Park Baptist Church in Highland Park, Mich. until the end of 1963 when he resigned to devote full-time to an itinerant Bible conference and evangelistic ministry. Dr. Strauss was residing in Florida and was writing his 19th book when the Lord called him home in June of 1997.