Visions and birds, beasts and Babylon! No wonder so many people either approach the Revelation of John and its perplexing imagery with obsessive speculation, or they avoid it altogether. But more than anything else, John’s vision is a revelation about Jesus Christ, the sacrificial Lamb who is also the living victorious Lion. This final book of the Bible brings into focus the age-old conflict between the forces of good and evil and inspires us to look towards the triumph of the King.
About Gladys Hunt
Gladys Hunt has led Bible studies and outreach discussion groups for over three decades, and is author of ten Bible studyguides, including Relationships, Revelation: The Lion Who Is the Lamb and Hebrews: Foundations for Faith (Shaw). She resides in Ann Arbor, Michigan, where she continues to participate in and enjoy small group Bible studies.