In this workbook, Dr. Anne Davis brings a new perspective to this complex and final book of the New Testament. First she explains the apocalyptic style of writing, which we must understand in order to appreciate the otherwise puzzling and disturbing information that Revelation portrays. Apocalyptic literature conveys supernatural information in a non-literal way. Then she draws our attention to Rev. 1:1, which declares that the book is addressed to disciples, not to all of God’s children. This perspective shapes her examination of the text. Finally, she explores God’s great plan of redemption, which extends beyond the Great Tribulation and the Millennial Kingdom to the end of time.