Revelation Unmasked: The Interview


Revelation Unmasked is a series that Dr. Dinah Dye and I recorded with Israel TV Network. In the 11-part series, we discuss various aspects of the book of Revelation, looking at how culture and context inform us how John's original audience would have understood the letter and what that means for us today. The video on this post is an interview we recorded after finishing up the series. It will give you a great idea of the content of the upcoming series. This series will be released on DVD and digital rental before the end of December 2019. It will not be released on this website.

John to the seven churches that are in Asia

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