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♦ Avoid preconceived notions – Revelation is the most detailed and complete book concerning the end times. Therefore, one should let Revelation speak first. That is, try to interpret Revelation without forcing it to conform with any particular eschatological view.What does the Bible say about revelation?
What the Bible says about Personal Revelation. ( From Forerunner Commentary ) Romans 1:19-20. God can be understood—even the unconverted can comprehend some things about Him. Despite these verses in Romans 1, the opinions of learned men say that God is incomprehensible, yet Paul is saying that there is a clear testimony.Can revelation be understood?
Can Revelation be understood? In short, yes. The Bible is replete with verse after verse that shows that scripture interprets scripture. For example, the Bible mentions in revelation a dragon (Revelation 12:3) which is symbolic in nature and then goes on to explain who and what the dragon is (Revelation 12:9).This sets a precedent that in the Bible there are symbols which can be found ...What does revelation mean in the Bible?
The book of Revelation is the final book of the New Testament (and consequently the final book of the Christian Bible ). Its title is derived from the first word of the Koine Greek text: apokalypsis, meaning "unveiling" or "revelation". The Book of Revelation is the only apocalyptic book in the New Testament canon.