A Journey to Revelation’s Seven Churches
Revelation is especially designed by God to reveal His plans and to unmask the plans of Satan. Its prophetic images tell the story of the triumph of Christ over all the forces of evil. Despotic powers rise and fall, but Jesus is eternal. His plans succeed. In spite of opposition and persecution, Jesus and His people are victorious. Archaeology does not prove the Bible is inspired, but it does present evidence for seeking minds that confirms its authenticity. A Journey to Revelation’s Seven Churches is the fifth and final course in The Discoveries of a Lifetime series taught by Dr. Mark Finley and Dr. Michael G. Hasel.
In this study of Biblical Archaeology, you will:
- Discover how John referenced the characteristics of the physical location of the seven churches, in Revelation, in his letter to each one
- Learn vital spiritual lessons for today from the description of each of the seven churches
- Learn how the messages to the seven churches call us to a deeper commitment to purity, faithfulness, and Jesus, who is triumphant over the forces of hell
- Receive the lecture and the notes from Dr. Finley and Dr. Hasel
What is Biblical Archaeology?
The name refers to a special focus of archaeology within a certain location at a certain point in time. The fact that it’s Biblical Archaeology means that excavations are typically limited to areas mentioned in the Bible; places such as modern-day Israel, Jordan, Syria, Turkey, Egypt, Iraq, Iran, etc. The time period includes, but is not limited to, 1,400 BCE (late Bronze Age) through the first century BCE. The aim of Biblical Archaeology is to find physical evidence that would shed light on people, places, events, and customs described in the Bible. (Reference: Ashley Echard, contributing writer for Christian Broadcasting Network)