Book of Revelation

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Noun1.Book of Revelation - the last book of the New TestamentBook of Revelation - the last book of the New Testament; contains visionary descriptions of heaven and of conflicts between good and evil and of the end of the world; attributed to Saint John the Apostle
Four Horsemen - (New Testament) the four evils that will come at the end of the world: conquest rides a white horse; war a red horse; famine a black horse; plague a pale horse
New Testament - the collection of books of the Gospels, Acts of the Apostles, the Pauline and other epistles, and Revelation; composed soon after Christ's death; the second half of the Christian Bible
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There is a book of Revelation in every one's life, as there is in the Bible.
Fitted with painful tightness into an old wooden arm-chair, before a worm- eaten oak table in an upstairs room of a four-roomed cottage with a roof of moss-grown tiles, Michaelis was writing night and day in a shaky, slanting hand that "Autobiography of a Prisoner" which was to be like a book of Revelation in the history of mankind.
There is a steady ribbon of text in the upper part of the tapestry panels (from the Book of Revelation and some related sources) below which is an eclectic melee of recycled imagery, much of it drawn from artists of the Apocalypse including Durer, El Greco and Giotto, with other motifs from lesser known sources including English and French illuminated manuscripts.
The Testimony of the Exalted Jesus in the Book of Revelation
This book is startling in its range of voices and registers, running from the patois of the street posse to The Book of Revelation.
Agents of the Apocalypse: A Riveting Look at the Key Players of the End Times questions whether we're living in the end times, if Revelation's prophecies aren't just on their way but here, and explores the book of Revelation as it relates to the modern world.
We're using the Book of Revelation and the Bible as a background for sure, but it's a wild imitation of the Bible.
Part of the critically acclaimed, Emmy Award-winning "Bible Collection" series of movies, The Apocalypse is a movie on DVD bringing the origin of the Biblical Book of Revelation to life.
Throughout, Tevis zealously interrogates emblems of apocalypse: deserts, atomic bombs, and the book of Revelation.
As for the principles of Jesus, I suggest Barbara reads the Book of Revelation.
In Part Two we find his notes to the Book of Nativities, and in Part Three is his response to the Book of Revelation in Hebrew and English.
John and the Book of Revelation to invoke the tragic memory of Good Friday and Jesus's ultimate death during the last Stage of the Cross in Golgotha/Jerusalem as recounted in the Christian New Testament tradition.