Revelation the Fair God
Apocalypse, the Anti-Christ, the mark of the Beast and 666 have fascinated people for generations. Writers, cultic prophets and doomsayers have shamelessly exploited Revelation’s set of characters and the cosmic dimensions of its calamities. What did the Jewish ex-fisherman write on Patmos almost 2.000 years ago? Has history played out the prophetic visions of Revelation? You decide. More
Apocalypse, the Anti-Christ, the Four Horsemen, the mark of the Beast, 666, the White Throne of Judgment and the Thousand Year Reign have fascinated every generation since John sent out his seven letters late in the first century. False theories have preyed upon the ignorance, gullibility and fears of the masses. Revelation’s other-worldly set of characters and the cosmic scale of its calamities and battles have been the irresistible fodder of writers of fiction and non-fiction, of cultic prophets and doomsayers of every age. But what did the Jewish ex-fisherman write on Patmos almost 2,000 years ago? Has history validated John’s prophetic visions? Were those letters relevant then and are they relevant to you today?
In Revelation the Fair God, P.L. Ours makes his case insightfully yet boldly; if you do not believe in the God of the Bible, you will be fascinated by what John wrote so long ago and you will be challenged by how history has played out. If you are Jewish, you will be amazed and comforted to see the steadfast love your God has for you and how He will express it in the end. Not because you deserve it, but because of who He is. If you believe in the God of the Bible, you will confront and ponder the precepts of your life, your priorities and your theology. You will see the fair God.