For centuries scholars have argued over when the book of Revelation was written a few years before or a quarter century after the destruction of Jerusalem in AD 70. The most accepted but not the most compelling date is around the time of Domitian (AD 95–96), at the end of the first century when John would have been nearly 100 years old. A more compelling date for the writing is during the reign of Nero Caesar, just a few years before Jerusalem’s destruction at the hands of the Roman commander Titus. The evidence for this conclusion is found within the pages of Scripture. The Bible itself tells us when the Book of Revelation was written. We do not have to depend on people who wrote a hundred years or more after the fact to get the accurate story. God’s own word sets the record straight. Through careful and painstaking work, Dr. Gentry deals with all the evidence and weighs all the arguments.