AC Literary Expedition
exploring ideas together
[Audio] Main Session and Q&R
AC Literary Expedition is an initiative by Apologetics Canada to bring people together virtually to explore ideas in their historical context.
From a beast coming up out of the sea and Four Horsemen bringing disaster, to a dazzling throne room with strange looking beasts flying around, the Book of Revelation has puzzled readers for as long as it has been around. Put ten people in a room and you can get a dozen different interpretations. What is an apocalypse? Should we read it literally or symbolically? What are some of the major interpretations of Revelation, and what are their strengths and weaknesses?
Read or listen to the Book of Revelation, check out any of the recommended resources below, and join us on Sunday, June 26 to survey a book of the Bible that is known for being notoriously difficult to understand. You can register on the Eventbrite page.
Space is limited, so register today!
Reading & Audiovisual Material
- *[Video] Book of Revelation read by David Suchet
- A Case for Amillennialism by Kim Riddlebarger
- Revelation: Four Views by Steve Gregg
- A Case for Historic Premillennialism: An Alternative to "Left Behind" Eschatology by Craig Blomberg
- The Throne, the Lamb & the Dragon: A Reader's Guide to the Book of Revelation by Paul Spilsbury
- When Shall These Things Be? by Keith A. Mathison
- Postmillennialism: An Eschatology of Hope by Keith A. Mathison
- [Academic] New International Greek Testament Commentary: Revelation by G. K. Beale
- [Academic] New Testament Theology: The Theology of the Book of Revelation by Richard Baukham
- Simeon Trust
- Recommended resources on Revelation by Ligonier Ministries
- [Video] Revelation: Overview by The Bible Project
The Session is Now Done!
The End of the World as We Know It?
Sunday, June 26, 2022
4-6 PM PT | 7-9 PM ET
The Book of Revelation audiobook