Book of Revelation

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the last book of the New Testament

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Soon, the world is divided in ten, secular kingdoms, following the foreshadowing of the apocalypse as seen in the book of Revelations.
These novelists' nonviolent interpretations of imagery from the book of Revelation in their novels do not suggest that they were all pacifists in their political views.
The film opens with the singer reading from the book of Revelations and she explains her adherence to the mystical Jewish teachings of kabbala, saying: "Light is immortality.
Lord Attenborough, who tragically lost his granddaughter Lucy Holland, his daughter Jane Holland and her mother-in-law Audrey Holland, gave a heartfelt reading from the Book of Revelations.
Beginning with the onset of "the Rapture" (the event that some Christians believe will result in the spontaneous ascension to heaven of all true-believers), the books paint a picture of what would happen if the events predicted in the biblical Book of Revelations occurred now.
Her speeches ``sounded like the Book of Revelations read out over a railway station public address system.
The message of the Book of Revelations is just as important today, in that there will be a new heaven and a new earth, and there is cause for inspiration and hope.
While some may view the apocalypse as a myth from the Book of Revelations in the New Testament, Gleiser asks those folks to reconsider.
Sennott subsequently referred to "chilling vignettes about the 'End of Days,' as the Book of Revelations calls the violent upheaval prophesied to precede the return of the Messiah.
A handful of die-hard eclipse enthusiasts came to the biblical site despite warnings in the Book of Revelations and the prophecies of 16th Century French astrologer Nostradamus.
But Dr Klaus Wagner, 38, vowed to continue proclaiming the Queen was the beast in the Bible's book of Revelations.
According to Spear, we are living in the "End Times" predicted in the book of Revelations.
Appearing in the Bible's Book of Revelations as "the mark of the beast," 6-6-6 is a well-known symbol of evil, and the number functions as a character of sorts in this remake of Richard Donner's 1976 classic.
America in Prophecy' investigates America's role in possible end of days scenarios, drawing from the book of Revelations.