In Revelation the Fair God, P.L. Ours provides a layman's fresh look at Jesus' epistles as revealed to John on Patmos Island. The first part of the book is a candid assessment of the 21st century Church. In the second part, using his extensive international experience, the author leads the reader through the biblical prophecies of the book of Revelation, providing a timeline that reflects fulfilled history, happening history and the remainder of time.This is not a philosophical thesis; it is an objective report. The author does not have a constituency to please or to protect so Revelation the Fair God will bruise some sensibilities as it intends to inform; not to please.Apocalypse, the Anti-Christ, the Four Horsemen, the mark of the Beast, 666, the White Throne of Judgment and the Thousand Year Reign have fascinated every generation since John sent out his seven letters late in the first century. False theories have preyed upon the ignorance, gullibility and fears of the masses. Revelation's other-worldly set of characters and the cosmic scale of its calamities and battles have been the irresistible fodder of writers of fiction and non-fiction, of cultist prophets and doomsayers of every age. This book debunks the outrageous mythology and opens up the message in everyday terms. In the end, the message will be clear: God is fair.
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