One of the key skills we need to read the Bible well is understanding and “playing by the rules” of the various types of literature we encounter. Apocalypse, often misunderstood as a checklist for the end-times, was a common literary style in ancient times, and is better understood as an “unveiling.” Today we talk about some key things to keep in mind as you make your way through the Bible’s strange and wild apocalyptic literature.
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