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 Post subject: Book Review: Roadmap Through Revelation
PostPosted: Mon Apr 16, 2012 11:09 am 
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One of our members, Rick Schworer, has written several books. I would like to recommend them to you, and particularly this one. I have copied my review from Amazon.com for you here:


While this book is not a verse-by-verse in depth commentary of the book of Revelation, it is an excellent over-view of Revelation that streamlines the events on a timeline. I highly recommend this book as a study guide to Revelation to help give the student of Scripture the "big picture" in regards to the chronology of events in Revelation.



You can purchase it from Amazon.com or from Rick's own website:

http://www.revelationroadmap.blogspot.com/

http://www.truthandsong.com/



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 Post subject: Re: Book Review: Roadmap Through Revelation
PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2012 8:25 am 
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Thank you Bro. Steve, I was going to recommend this to Katie earlier but I had not read it myself so I hesitated.

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 Post subject: Re: Book Review: Roadmap Through Revelation
PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2012 6:43 pm 

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Thankyou. I had a facebook friend recommend it a few weeks ago, and I had realised it was similar to what we were talking about here and that I was being shown for the first time. So I purchased it on kindle for my iphone.

(It was my first ever kindle purchase, and then I found Ruckman's books also :) )


I haven't been able to take it all in on first read even though it is very simply written. I haven't finished it yet as I distracted myself learning about Calvinism!

So I need to go back and re-read it and check some things myself. I find that unless I go to the passages myself things don't always sink in. The only difference is the timing of events. I had thought that each seal, trumpet, and vial had aligned neatly, but he places them at different times, but with the same finishing point. I had thought that a possibility myself, but I haven't processed it yet to know for sure how the details work out.


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