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Revelation and the End of All Things, 2nd ed.
PAPERBACK; Published: 5/10/2018
ISBN: 978-0-8028-7578-5
Price: $ 24.99
226 Pages
Trim Size, in inches: 6 x 9
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Since its first publication in 2001, Revelation and the End of All Things has been a highly readable guide to one of the most challenging books in the Bible. Engaging the questions people most frequently ask about Revelation and sensationalistic scenarios about the end of the world, Craig Koester takes his readers through the entirety of Revelation, offering perspectives that are clear and compelling.

In the second edition Koester provides new insights from recent scholarship and responses to the latest popular apocalyptic voices. Study questions make this new edition ideal for use in classrooms and study groups. Revelation and the End of All Things offers an accessible, engaging, and profoundly hopeful interpretation for students and general readers alike. 



Adela Yarbro Collins
— Yale Divinity School
“This book offers an innovative introduction to Revelation. . . . Highly recommended for ministry students, church study groups, and general readers.”
— The Bible Today
“Anyone looking for a good, interesting, and nontechnical study of the book of Revelation will want to consider this fine work.”
— Review & Expositor
“A popular and easy-to-read work on Revelation. . . . For laity and those in the churches who are seeking alternatives to the unsound and popular views of Revelation, Koester’s book is a good recommendation.”
Alison Jack in Expository Times
"Offers manageable, self-contained chapters on three-to-four chapter sections of Revelation, which would be ideal for Bible study or undergraduate use. . . . This remains a very valuable volume for its intended market and beyond, summarizing as it does the informed scholarship of a Revelation expert in an attractive and accessible way."
"A measured, concise, and engaging interpretation of the book of Revelation, an interpretation that eshews the (often popular) attempt to read modern events into this ancient Christian text. . . . Recommended."
Review of Biblical Literature
“An accessible and engaging volume for the study of Revelation, and the second edition includes some helpful features for a broader audience.”