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The Social Message of the Book of Revelation
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The Social Message of the Book of Revelation


The Womans Press 1920

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Biblical academic Calkins seeks to discover the practicality of Revelation, taking away the confusion and mystery of this book of prophecy. Calkins shows how this book of the New Testament can be used to understand evil and how to live in the present. He wrote this book primarily for students and general readers, believing that the message of Revelation is especially relevant for today. Calkins provides a detailed table of contents, an introduction, and a bibliography.

The Social Message of the Book of Revelation is perfect for students, professors, historians, and anyone wanting a greater grasp on this divisive book of the Bible. With the Logos edition, all Scriptures are linked to the Bibles in your library, making study fast and easy.

Key Features

  • Seeks to discover the practicality of Revelation
  • Explores the understanding of evil presented in the book of Revelation
  • Shows how the message of Revelation is relevant today


  • Purpose and Message
  • Language and Style
  • The Ethical Value of Apocalyptical Prophecy
  • Outline and Contents
  • The Introduction and the Messages to the Churches
  • The Eternal Background
  • Judgment and Salvation
  • The Sound of the Trumpets
  • The Second Interlude
  • The Dragon and the Beast
  • The Beginning of the End
  • The Doom of Evil
  • The Blessed Consummation

Product Details

  • Title: The Social Message of the Book of Revelation
  • Author: Raymond Calkins
  • Publisher: The Womans Press
  • Publication Date: 1920
  • Pages: 190

About Raymond Calkins

Raymond Calkins was a teacher, pastor, and biblical scholar. He was born in 1869 in New York. Calkins was a pastor at First Congregational Church in Massachusetts.

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