Is there any more enigmatic book of the Bible than Revelation? Controversy concerning its meaning has surrounded it back to the first century. Today, the arguments continue. Yet, Dan Juster has given us the key that unlocks the entire book—the events and circumstances of the Passover in Exodus.
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Dan Juster offers some fascinating insights into the Passover/Exodus story that make the symbolism in the Book of Revelation more understandable.
— David Rudolph, Ph.D., Director of the School of Jewish Studies, Messianic Jewish Theological Institute
By interpreting Revelation through the lens of Exodus, Dan Juster provides a unified overview that helps us read Revelation as it was always meant to be read, as a drama of spiritual conflict, deliverance, and above all, worship. He also shows how this final drama, fulfilled in Messiah, resonates with the Torah and all of God’s Word.
—Russ Resnik, Executive Director, Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations
Murky as Revelation’s waters can seem, Dan Juster reveals how the book of Revelation correlates with the Torah, and is, thus, better understood. It’s a must to consider Jewish insight into what we have often construed as a solely Christian book of the Bible.
— Dr. Jeffrey L. Seif, Zola Levitt Ministries
Daniel C. Juster is the Director of Tikkun International, a network of congregations and ministries in the United States and abroad. He was an honors graduate in philosophy from Wheaton College, completed graduate course work for a degree in Philosophy of Religion at Trinity Evangelical Seminary, and received a Masters of Divinity from McCormick Theological Seminary. He also received a Th. D. from New Covenant International Seminary, New Zealand. As the founding president of the Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations, he also served asgeneral secretary. He pastored congregations Adat Hatikvah in Chicago, and later, Beth Messiah in suburban Washington, D.C. from 1978-2000. In recent years, he and his wife Patty have resided near Jerusalem. Dr. Juster is an author of several books on Messianic Jewish theology and apologetics. He serves on numerous boards to further the Messianic Jewish movement and the Church.