Mark Hitchcock has written well over a dozen books on topics related to prophecy and eschatology. He’s been interviewed on all the major news channels and countless radio programs. Mark also teaches seminary level courses on this topic at Dallas Theological Seminary.
In this session, Mark provides a historical and theological overview of the book of Revelation. This session has been illustrated with dozens of carefully prepared slides and graphics.
Highlights from the Book of Revelation
- There are 278 allusions to the OT in the 404 verses of Revelation. Some counts are as high as 550.
- There are no direct quotes from the OT in Revelation.
- It’s the only prophetic book in the NT.
- It gives the proper view (God’s view) of history.
- It has the highest Christology in the NT.
- It has a very elaborate doctrine of Satan, demons, and the Antichrist.
- It predicts a final, totalitarian, global, one-world, urban empire.
- An Introduction to the Book of Revelation
- Introduction & Background
- Chapter-by-Chapter Study
- Focus on Particular Problem Passages
- Importance of Studying Revelation
- The Title of Revelation
- The Form of Revelation
- Keywords in Revelation
- The Theme of Revelation
- Historical Background or Occasion
- The Argument of Revelation
- Purpose Statement
- Two Patterns to Aid Understanding Revelation
- Outline of Revelation