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Baker Books Revelation, DVD

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2 out of 367%customers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Revelation, DVD
Review 1 for Revelation, DVD
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Excellent CD

Date:September 24, 2012
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snoopyholland
Location:Deep River, Ont.
Age:55-65
Gender:female
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Combined with the Revelation Guide this CD brings to light John's Revelation. This overview of a very difficult book that many find hard to understand combines historical fact and biblical truth. Because of this John's vision which can engender fear when thinking about the end of the age, brings hope that God is in control and that believers will see his Kingdom on earth one day soon.
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Review 2 for Revelation, DVD
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The teaching and worship segments are high quality

Date:January 9, 2012
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Lily of the Valley
Location:Southern California
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This DVD equips new and experienced small group leaders to lead a discussion on the Book of Revelations.
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Review 3 for Revelation, DVD
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Disappointing, but worship features, a nice touch.

Date:July 23, 2011
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pastorron
Age:55-65
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Disappointing on several levels, first, it apparently comes from an amillennial and post tribulation perspective, secondly the speakers jumped from one area in the text to another without a clear reason for doing so making a difficult book even more confusing.
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