26 min

How Do We Understand the Book of Revelation‪?‬ Faith Seeking Understanding Podcast

    • Christianity

Guest: Dr. Jeffrey Weima | Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Weima on the book of Revelation. Topics of conversation include, 1) The genre of the book of Revelation, 2) The purpose and structure of the book of Revelation, 3) The figurative and symbolic use of numbers in Revelation, 4) The main message to each of the 7 churches and how that message applies to the church today, and 5) Resources for further study on the book of Revelation.

Dr. Jeffrey Weimar is professor of New Testament at Calvin Theological Seminary. He leads preaching seminars for pastors and church leaders, and has taught as a visiting professor for Phoenix Seminary’s Doctor of Ministry program. Dr. Weima is the author of several books, including 1-2 Thessalonians in the Baker Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament series (Baker Academic, 2014), and The Sermons to the Seven Churches of Revelation: A Commentary and Guide (Baker Academic, 2021).
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Guest: Dr. Jeffrey Weima | Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Weima on the book of Revelation. Topics of conversation include, 1) The genre of the book of Revelation, 2) The purpose and structure of the book of Revelation, 3) The figurative and symbolic use of numbers in Revelation, 4) The main message to each of the 7 churches and how that message applies to the church today, and 5) Resources for further study on the book of Revelation.

Dr. Jeffrey Weimar is professor of New Testament at Calvin Theological Seminary. He leads preaching seminars for pastors and church leaders, and has taught as a visiting professor for Phoenix Seminary’s Doctor of Ministry program. Dr. Weima is the author of several books, including 1-2 Thessalonians in the Baker Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament series (Baker Academic, 2014), and The Sermons to the Seven Churches of Revelation: A Commentary and Guide (Baker Academic, 2021).
See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

26 min