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Revelation Road: One man s journey to the heart of apocalypse and back again

Nick Page

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Prose: non-fiction, Religious & spiritual fiction, Christian theology, Christian life & practice

Heaven, hell, the four horsemen of the apocalypse, and why the end of the world never does turn up when it's supposed to.

If you're reading this, we're still alive. The end of the world has not occurred. But it can't be long now, can it?

For two thousand years, the Book of Revelation has inspired countless conspiracy theorists, film-makers, writers and artists, as well as theologians and teachers. But why are we so bothered? After all, the end of the world still hasn't turned up, and it's been quite a while now.

When Nick Page wanted to get to the bottom of what this mysterious book is really all about, he realised there was only one way to go about it: he had to go to the land of apocalypse. Travelling to Patmos via the ruined cities of the seven churches of Revelation, determined to seek out a revelation of his own, Nick explores the culture behind Revelation, who wrote it, why they wrote it, and what it means for us today.

Mixing history, commentary, creative reconstruction and sun-crazed travelogue, here at last is the (perhaps not quite) final word on heaven, hell, the four horsemen of the apocalypse - and why the end of the world never does turn up when it's supposed to.

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Praise for Revelation Road: One man s journey to the heart of apocalypse and back again

  • Essential reading ... enlightening and informative ... you will be sure to learn something new. - Church of England Newspaper, on THE LONGEST WEEK

  • Nick Page's books are always thoroughly researched and engagingly written, and this one is no exception. - The Good Book Stall

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Nick Page

Nick Page is the author of over sixty books, including The Bible Book, What Happened to the Ark of the Covenant and Other Bible Mysteries, The HarperCollins Atlas of Bible History (editor) and most recently, THE WRONG MESSIAH. Follow Nick Page on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/NickofEynsham and visit his website at: http://nickpage.co.uk

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