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A Curmudgeon’S Commentary on the Book of Revelation

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156 pages1 hour

Summary

A Curmudgeons Commentary on the Book of Revelation is both a scholarly and satirical look at one of the Bibles most enigmatic, mystifying, and sometimes even terrifying books. People of all generations have speculated as to the identity of the Beast of Revelation. It was thought that he might be Nero, the papacy, Hitler, Gorbachev, or Saddam Hussein. And writers on the book span the spectrum from Isaac Newton to Edgar Cayce, to D. H. Lawrence, and even to David Koresh. So heres another stab at itthis time, however, from a curmudgeon. And if you dont know what that is, look it up!

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