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Revelation: Four Views

ISBN: 9781418502461

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Explore the four traditional interpretations of the Book of Revelation in this in-depth, verse-by-verse overview. Revelation: Four Vews is a comprehensive, even-handed resource that offers a clear, fair presentation of four of the most important interpretations of the book, allowing you to evaluate and decide for yourself which view is most convincing. The easy-to-read layout is arranged to encourage thoughtful comparison and evaluation along with the study of the Book of Revelation itself.

Careful, unbiased summaries of the views of over fifty commentaries and commentators put you in touch with outstanding representatives of each view from throughout much of church history. Revelation: Four Views is an invaluable resource that will help anyone who wants to explore and understand the Book of Revelation.

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“Those who teach this view believe that God revealed the entire church age in advance through the symbolic visions of the Apocalypse.” (Page 34)

“Revelation also identifies by name its true author,” (Page 12)

“One non-negotiable feature of classical Protestant (historicist) exposition is the assertion that the papacy is ‘Antichrist.’” (Page 35)

“This interpretation of the millennial hope is currently the most widely held millennial view among Evangelicals.” (Page xv)

“Unlike other Jewish apocalyptic books, however, Revelation claims to be inspired by God as a prophecy.” (Page 12)

  • Title: Revelation: Four Views
  • Author: Steve Gregg
  • Publisher: Thomas Nelson
  • Print Publication Date: 1997
  • Logos Release Date: 2001
  • Era: era:contemporary
  • Language: English
  • Resources: 1
  • Format: Digital › Logos Research Edition
  • Subject: Bible. N.T. Revelation › Commentaries
  • ISBNs: 9781418502461, 1418502464
  • Resource ID: LLS:29.71.8
  • Resource Type: Bible Commentary
  • Metadata Last Updated: 2022-09-28T20:04:52Z

Steve Gregg is a lecturer, writer, and talk-show host. For 16 years he lectured on the Bible at the Great Commission School. Since 1997, he has hosted the daily radio talk show, The Narrow Path. He is also author of Revelation: Four Views.


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  1. Chris



  2. Nathan Morales
    I'm making this review on the revised version of this book. This book is one of my favorite commentaries because of how unique it is. I think this book is a must when studying Revelation because he shows commentators of all 4 of these views making their case. Another good thing about this book is after reading it you can then go further and study the books he quotes from. And another thing is you will now be aware that your view isn't the only view, especially today when the futurist view seems to be so popular. You'll be familiar with the other views even if you don't hold to them. I've recommended this book to several of my friends who come from a dispensational background. When reading this commentary, be open, be willing to understand the points these commentators are making and see which one makes the best case biblically.
  3. Ray Mills

    Ray Mills


  4. Mattillo



    Great book but there is a revised/updated version out. Please get that into Logos!!! I love the comparison
  5. Mattillo



    Great book but there is a revised/updated version out. Please get that into Logos!!!
  6. Rob Senn

    Rob Senn


    As a new Christian, I read through the Bible & was thoroughly confused… probably more by Revelation than any other book… having spent decades trying to better understand it, I’ve read a lot of commentaries, but this particular commentary is absolutely the best I have read. I would describe it as a greatest hits of commentaries on Revelation, divided into their interpretive camps. Many commentaries on Revelation set out to persuade you, the reader to their view, while seeking to make the other views appear juvenile. Steve Gregg essentially gives you a small section of the scripture, then in four parallel columns lays out the best explanations each of the views offer in the words of those who hold those respective views. As I recall, the author has held all the views he lays out at different seasons of his life, so he is able to be fair in his treatment & avoids tones of condescension. I wanted to be educated on this book of the Bible rather than indoctrinated & this commentary delivered! I wish there were a series treating every book of the Bible in this manner!
  7. Ernesto Reyes

    Ernesto Reyes


  8. Henrik Wågbrant-Bina
    This book has been updated since it's original release, will it be updated here aswell? For example: he changed "spiritual" to "idealist" and incorporated the works of Bauckham and Beale into the book.
  9. Larry Thomas

    Larry Thomas


    Awesome book
  10. Chris Keener

    Chris Keener



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