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Reviewed by Lee Ashford for Readers' Favorite
Revelation, by G.L. Denton, is an in-depth study of Biblical prophecies, the decline of America, and the coming end of the world, minus the zombies. This study is comprehensive in its historical content, frightening in its contemporary accuracy, and hopeful in its confidence that Jesus Christ is coming again, perhaps sooner than you suspect. For anybody who is unfamiliar with Biblical prophecy, this book is a superb eye opener. Denton corroborates countless verifications of Biblical prophecies that are coming true right now, as witnessed by the daily news. He has also presented a compelling body of historical evidence that has led us to where we are today. The historical information in this book would make a valuable secular history text, even without the Biblical aspect, but it is the Biblical aspect which makes this a personally inestimable work.
Sadly, many people will look at the first line of this review and decide this book is not for them. Denton has nothing personal to gain by all the effort he put into researching and writing this book. He is motivated solely by the Biblical command to spread the gospel to all people. Granted, this is not an easy book to read. It is not some piece of fluff you can breeze through in a couple hours. This is a book that must be studied. Denton even provides his sources, so you can look them up for yourself, if you doubt his integrity. Whether or not you consider yourself a Christian, this may be the most important book, outside of the Bible, that you will ever read.