Seven Trumpets Asounding: A Commentary on the Book of Revelation in the Historic Orthodox Tradition of the Christian Church

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AuthorHouse, Mar 30, 2006 - Reference - 740 pages

An exhaustive commentary on the Book of Revelation that treats every verse, figure symbol, and number symbol in the Book. It is the consummation of a lifetime of study and provides the reader with rare insights into the non-Zionist beliefs and teachings of the Apostles and the church fathers about Revelation.  In this book the myths of Christian Zionism and Materialistic Theology are exposed and Historic Christian Orthodoxy, the reigning faith of the Church from the fourth to the nineteenth centuries is uncovered from beneath the debris of Age of Reason and Age of Enlightenment Humanistic Theology.


The key, or at least a key to understanding the book of Revelation is to know the meanings of the number and figure symbols in which it consists.  Those symbols come from the Scriptures themselves, both in the Old and New Testaments. But that leaves a long field from which to glean and that is why a comprehensive knowledge of the Bible is essential.  It is in this latter area of consideration that Dr. Cripe excels.


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About the author (2006)

D. Earl Cripe is a Bible commentator on TV and radio, a pastor, an ordained prophet, and a writer of commentaries and has been for more than forty years.  He holds a Doctor of Arts Degree in Theology and is the author of four published books other than this one.  They are, Not Ashamed of the Gospel, a commentary on the book of Romans; What, When, and Where is the Kingdom of God, a systematic theology on the Kingdom of God; Apples of Gold in Pitchers of Silver, a layman’s theological dictionary; and Glory in the Dust, a Civil War novel from the southern perspective.  Dr. Cripe also has e-books on the web site  They are The Other Side of Jordan, a commentary on the book of Hebrews; Faith and Liberty, a commentary on the book of Galatians; and The Dust and the Glory, a commentary on the first eight chapters of Genesis.  On the web site under Transcripts are 1500 pages of commentary on a Harmony of the Gospels series.  Dr. Cripe holds firmly to Historic Orthodox Theology; and to the Bible as the only guide to the faith and practice of the Church.  The Author is more popular abroad than he is in America with significant followings in West and Central Africa, Ireland, Sweden, the Netherlands, Moldavia, Romania, and Hungary where he has been sought out to participate as a principal speaker in religious conferences. His widely noted radio and television series, God's Point of View, has aired throughout the US, South America, Ireland, England, and Africa for forty years.  It is now streamed live around the world each Sunday morning at 8:30 AM PST and each Sunday afternoon at 5:00 PST on

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