The Mark of Faith: A View on a Key Biblical Prophecy
In the book the author deals with the key symbols of Revelation, the last book of the Bible. He portrays the mark of the beast as a set of beliefs about afterlife, and the person's own perceived place in relation to it. The author also explains how to ensure one's salvation, as well as talks about ways to keep one's conscience always clear. More
In this book the author presents an often overlooked interpretation of the puzzling thirteenth chapter of the Book of Revelation - the only book of the Bible that can rightly be called an epistle of Jesus Christ Himself. In the proposed view, the author deals with the “mark” - the most mysterious symbol of this book - as something more of a metaphor than anything literal. In his approach the author portrays the mark as being the spirit of what one believes regarding the existence of (or the absence of) afterlife, as well as what the believer thinks of own fate in the matter. The reader would also be able to encounter some highly worthy and illuminating advice on how to ensure personal salvation.