The “beast” of Revelation 13:1-10 is the “Antichrist” of the epistles.
The “beast from the sea” (Rev 13:1-10) and the “beast from the earth” (Rev 13:11-13) are two distinct individuals.
The “Great White Throne” judgment is a judgment seat of rewards, where the martyred saints will receive their reward for being
The “lament” (or curse) proclaimed against Babylon the Great in Revelation 18 was intended to bring hope and comfort to
The 144,000 from Rev 14 are the same as the 144,000 from Rev 7.
The concept of a “New Jerusalem” is unique to Revelation; it is never mentioned in the Old Testament or elsewhere in the New
The depiction of the eternal state in Revelation 22 suggests that in that state the divine curse of Genesis 3 will be finally removed.
The fine linen adorning the Bride of Christ stands for the righteous acts of the saints.
The gospel proclaimed by the “flying angel” (Rev 14:6) is the same gospel of Christ proclaimed as “good news” today; that is,
The New Jerusalem is described in Revelation 21 as "descending out of heaven from God."
The one who rides into battle on the white horse to “judge and make war” (19:11) is the Antichrist.
The pre-tribulational view of the rapture of the church has the rapture occurring prior to the Tribulation, and depicts the church as
The preterist believes that most if not all biblical prophecy was fulfilled by the time of the destruction of Jerusalem in A.D. 70.
The saints who are martyred by the Antichrist are said to have experienced the “second death” (20:5-6).
The text of Revelation itself provides the reader with the identity of the "enormous red dragon" (Rev 12:3), which is Satan (Rev
With the fall of Babylon, the Apocalypse has in view not just the fall of a particular city, but the fall of all that opposes God in the