Revelation is stylistically unlike any other part of the New Testament and is notoriously bewildering and difficult to understand. In Revelation, we come face to face with terrifying sight of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse and with the horrifying concept of Armageddon - but these fearful prospects are carefully explored by William Barclay in ways that lead us to the revelation that Christians shall know heaven and the true glory of God.
'At last! I've discovered William Barclay, and he's brilliant.' -- DIANE LOUISE JORDAN 'Readers of William Barclay will discover on every page a thoughtful reworking of historical scholarship on the Bible blended seamlessly with striking personal reflections on the life of faith in modern contexts.' -- WARD BLANTON
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