Average Review (1)
The book of Revelation is perhaps the most misunderstood—and misused—of all the biblical writings. This study allows participants to learn about the mindset, thought process, theological and historical background of the people for whom this writing was made. By looking at Revelation through this filter of information, participants will seek to gain a new understanding of the message this very special literary form delivers.
Length of the study in weeks
Efird Bible Study Series- The Book of Revelation Study
Peter von Herrmann - First United Methodist Church of Center Point
This is an excellent study on the book of Revelation. Dr. Efird explains well the context of the book of Revelation, while also outlining much of the history of how the book has been misused and misinterpreted. I took biblical studies at the undergraduate, master's, and doctoral levels, and I understand the book of Revelation better after this study than I did after any other course that covered that book.
Time Per Week
20 minute video
Level of participation expected from participants
Other Special Expectations
This material can create a good bit of discussion based on people's engagement of and interest in the book of Revelation.
Sunday School Scripture
Deep Entertaining Highly academic Theologically sound
Group engage in lively and interesting discussion