W.B. Oeland uses his extensive knowledge of biblical writings to create this thoughtful and unique analysis of the book of Revelation. In the beginning of this book, Oeland writes, ''Certainly, the Bible is our only source to seek knowledge of God and his everlasting kingdom.'' This statement sets the pace for Oeland's writing, in which he addresses many of the provocative and elusive prophecies recorded in the book of Revelation.
He ties other subjects into his analysis, including the writings of Gospels Mathew, Mark, Luke, and John. Through this discussion, he writes about God's promise to Israel and the specific purpose behind each of the four Gospels. Then, seeking out the fate of Israel, he goes on to write at length about John's prophetic visions in the book of Revelation and what they mean for the fate of mankind. You won't be disappointed by this engrossing critique of the purpose and meaning behind the Bible's many writings.