The Apocalypse of John
Liturgical Press, 1987 - 260 pages
The Apocalypse has been one of the most fascinating and most frustrating books of the Bible. Interpretations abound, yet the mystery at the heart of it continues to intrigue scholars. Father Kealy's thoughts on the Apocalypse are provocative, stimulating a search for quality in living, for values, for ultimates, for growth in hope.
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This book was extremely helpful in supplementing Revelation: The Kingdom Yet to Come Bible study.
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