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Apocalypse (The Book of Revelation) The book of Revelation was John’s last in the bible. John was known to be the author of Revelation. The Book of Revelation was written in 95 CE. The Book of Revelation was accepted into the canon in Western churches. The Book of Revelation was accepted because it was written to seven churches and multiple copies to different places. Every church had its own copy. As believers got they would spread the words. The Book of Revelation was John’s last of apostles. Distribution was the main reason of the book. This book also point out the content to the people who never read a bible before. The answers to John questions were the purpose of this book. The Book of Revelation can be both literature and apocalyptic literature. The Book of Revelation was well organized and detailed with facts about Jesus returned. This book focus on the churches and what will happen afterwards. Colossians The book of Colossians was the nature of Jesus the Messiah. Most of the Colossians believed in love, faith, and hope. Which others did not. New gospels were the issue during this period,
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2012 for the course BIBL104_B4 BIBL _B48 taught by Professor Thornhill,chada. during the Spring '10 term at Liberty.

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