The Revelation of St. John the Divine

1h 28m | Mar 23, 2022

The Revelation of John, commonly known as the Apocalypse or Revelation or Book of Revelation (from ἀποκάλυψις, apokálypsis, a Greek term meaning "revelation"), is the last book of the New Testament (and therefore the last book of the Christian Bible) and is the only apocalypse in the canon of the Bible, of which it is one of the most difficult texts to interpret.

The Apocalypse belongs to the group of New Testament writings known as "Johannine literature," since it was written, if not by the apostle himself, in the circles that referred to him and his teaching.

Of 404 verses, 278 contain at least one Old Testament quotation. The books that are believed to have most influenced Revelation are the books of the Prophets, primarily Daniel, Ezekiel, Isaiah, Zechariah and also the Book of Psalms and Exodus.

(From Italian Wikipedia)

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