Revelation structure


Draft structure of the book of Revelation. PDF version (71 KB)


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  2. Hi.

    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

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