This series explains in simple terms the relationship between these two books of the Bible. Each book will be reviewed to better understand the meaning of the symbolic language used in both and the message that the writers were communicating to their readers as well as a modern application for today's Christian.
This introductory lesson will situate the historical setting for the book of Daniel and its relationship to the Book of Revelation.
A background look at the person (Daniel) and the circumstances surrounding his exile from Jerusalem to Babylon as well as a first description of the dream that forms the basis for Daniel's prophecies.
A review of the outline of the book and overview of the major events in Daniel's life while exiled in Babylon.
This study begins to examine the visions Daniel has about future kingdoms and relates them to actual historical facts.
Aside from the four main visions recorded in Daniel's book, he makes additional prophecies that give more detailed accounts of what took place between the major events mentioned in the four initial visions.
Background information as to the setting, conditions, and purpose for the writing of the book of Revelation by John the Apostle.
This lesson reviews the 4 major interpretations given by scholars as to the meaning of the book of Revelation.
We continue the review of the Apostle's visions which tell the basic story contained in Revelation.
This lesson decodes the symbolic language used in John's visions to tell his story.
A continuation of the explanation of the symbolic language used to tell the main story in Revelation.
A continuation of the decoding of symbolic language to tell the story of the church's persecution by Rome in the first century and her eventual victory.
The final lesson continues to explain the meaning of the symbolic language in describing the climactic ending to the visions that John has described in this final book of the bible.