Thursday, 14 January 2010

The Book of Revelation Explained

This is a copy of Disc 1 of our new 2-Disc Set on Understanding The Book of Revelation. It shows why most popular "Bible Prophecy" teachers nearly always get it wrong when it comes to interpreting the Book of Revelation. In fact, their speculation about Bible Prophecy has led to much embarrassment.

Understand The Book of Revelation from Andrew Corbett on Vimeo.

You can read my explanation of the Book of Revelation in my eBook THE MOST EMBARRASSING BOOK IN THE BIBLE. In this eBook I take the reader through the entire Book of Revelation and show that by following the ordinary principles of Biblical interpretation and doing sound exegesis we can discover that the Book of Revelation was written to 7 churches around 65AD. By understanding this we can avoid silly speculation which tries to force the Sacred Text to say something that it was never intended to say. Read the Book of Revelation exegetically, and you won't find a Rapture, a Tribulation to come, a one world government, or a future global Anti-Christ!


  1. Sir,

    From your video it seems that your interpretation of Revelation is spot on. Thanks for that, and getting the word out that Christians can certainly look forward to a great future with Christ without the necessity of a rapture, tribulation, etc.

    I do, however, believe the title of your book is really demeaning towards Christians and Christ. The book of Revelation is an explanation of who Christ is and what he did for us, and certainly not an embarrassing book at all! I know you mean to say that Bible teachers get the message of Revelation all wrong (and I agree with you that this is, in fact, an embarrassing situation), but stating that the book is an embarrassment is going too far. Some (most) expositions of Revelation is embarrassing, but certainly not the book itself!

  2. Thank you Anonymous for your comments. The title of my book is a complementary edition to my smaller book - The Most Embarrassing Verse In The Bible. Both titles reflect the assessment of others - not my own. In fact, as I explain in The Most Embarrassing Verse In The Bible, this expression came from none less than Prof. C.S. Lewis. As you suggest, Christians should not be embarrassed by the Book of Revelation, and this is one the central points to my book. You might enjoying reading it. It's available as an eBook in the Kindle Store of Amazon, or from .