The Peaceful Kingdom of Christ is early Anabaptist writer Peter Jan Twisk’s commentary on the twentieth chapter of the book of Revelations. Written around 1600 AD, this valuable commentary was first translated from the Dutch into German in 1875 before this English edition was translated in 1913.
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- Provides an exposition of Revelation 12
- Analyzes what the “Kingdom of Peace” means in Scripture
- Interprets the prophetic words of Revelation, Isaiah, and more
- Title: The Peaceful Kingdom of Christ
- Author: Peter J. Twisk
- Publisher: Mennonite Publishing House
- Publication Date: 1913
- Pages: 32
About Peter J. Twisk
Peter J. Twisk was a bishop in the early Mennonite church.