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Revelation - Clarence Larkin


The Book of Revelation

by Clarence Larkin

[1919]


This is the Rev. Clarence Larkin's guide to the Book of Revelation. Larkin, who published several books about biblical studies in the 1910s and 20s, was a 'Dispensationalist'.
Larkin does not make any claims to know when or exactly how the prophecies will unfold. Rather he takes us on a grand tour of the Apocalypse of St. John, and guides us through its images, symbols and poetry. Larkin sorts out what could be a reference to an actual event or person, (without attempting any particular association) and what is pure symbolism. Larkin uses bold type extensively for emphasis, as well as some superb 'visual aids' in the form of intricate charts and maps.
The Book of Revelation has a consistent narrative with a beginning, middle and end. It is also one of the essential sacred texts and required reading for every serious bible student. This book will be a welcome reference for anyone studying or trying to explain Revelation, whether or not they are Dispensationalists.

I. The Things Which Thou Hast Seen

II. The Things Which Are

III. The Things Which Shall Be Hereafter

The Seven Seals

The Interval Between the Sixth and Seventh Seals

The Seven Trumpets

The Interval Between the Sixth and Seventh Trumpets

The Middle of the Week

The Seven Personages

The Interval Between the ''Seven Personages'' and the ''Seven Vials.''

The Seven Last Plagues or Vial Judgments

The Seven Dooms

The Interval Between the Fourth and Fifth Dooms

The Seven New Things



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