Revelation structure Posted on July 26, 2010 by Mark Standard Draft structure of the book of Revelation. PDF version (71 KB) Advertisement Rate this:Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
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may I use this for a talk at Monash CU?
great resource by the way.
All yours, Stu. Go nuts.
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Thanks for doing these ones on Revelation, they’re brilliant. When I finally get round to preaching on it, I’ll be using these as reference points!
Just a quick observation. I’m not sure if this is right, but there seems to be an error here. In the bottom blue rectangle which says “19:11-20:1”, shouldn’t it be “19:11-20:15” taking the reference to the end of chapter 20 instead of the first verse? (the chapter is 15 verses long)
p.s. your resources rock!
Thanks Matt for the encouragement and observation. Yep, that’s a typo. It should read ’20:15′. I’ll make the change as soon as possible. Thanks for the heads up!
*polite cough* how’s the update coming Mark?
I reckon you could represent the overlap of the sections by beginning the following ones before the prior ones finish. so:
7 seals 6:1-8:5
7 trumpets 8:2-11:19
God’s people in conflict (your unnumbered signs) 12:1-15:4
7 bowls 15:2-16:21
If you’re following Bauckham’s structure (it seems you are?) you could even overlap the final sections: 21:9-22:9; 22:6-21
Of course, it might look a bit messy or like a typo, but the overlaps/interlocking sections would make sense once you look up the verses.
Hope all is well brother