The Avenging of the
Apostles and Prophets
by Arthur M. Ogden
The Avenging of the Apostles
and Prophets is a commentary on the New Testament
book of Revelation. First published in 1985,
Christians around the world have found it to be a commentary on
Revelation they could easily read and understand. Now in its
fourth printing it has helped to open the eyes of many to the
meaning of the Apocalypse.
In this study the Apocalypse is examined as an intricate part
of the Bible and interpreted in light of the teaching of all the
books of the Bible. Speculative theories are avoided and
unnecessary. The marvelous message of the book of Revelation
comes to full view when considered in this light. You will not be
disappointed with the results of this study.
The author presents powerful and convincing arguments to show
the book of Revelation was written much earlier than generally
thought. He shows the desolation of Israel and the destruction of
Jerusalem to be God's judgment for their rejecting His apostles
For those interested the entire introduction of the book has
been posted on our download page.
In 2005 the book was completely redone. The text and line drawings
are cleaner than they have ever been. This edition also contains four
appendixes which will prove beneficial:
This hard back edition is bound in red cloth with 491 pages and has an
attractive dust jacket.
- Appendix A. An expose of the Domitian Persecution. The
weakness of the argumentation used to support this so-called
persecution is exposed.
- Appendix B. A Biblical and historical explanation of
Daniel 7 which reveals the truth and harmonizes with the Book of
- Appendix C. The identity of Babylon the Great is revealed
based on all her characteristics. The three most popular views are
examined. Only one fits all attributes.
- Appendix D. NEW A study of
the subject of dating the book of Revelation. Arguments for various
dates are examined with a special emphasis on evidence found within
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