No book of the Bible has enchanted its readers quite like the book of Revelation. Its fantastical
language of fierce dragons, seven-headed beasts, warring angels, and a new heaven and new
earth has captivated humanity for nearly two thousand years. Interestingly, no book of the Bible
has confused and frustrated its readers quite like the book of Revelation, either. Herein lies the
glaring problem: the interpretive elephant in the room.
Can anyone really know what it all means?
Now you can.
As a follow-up to his bestselling book, Gospel Over Gods, Tyler Gilreath reveals like never
before how the book of Revelation describes Jesus' war with the powers of darkness-a cosmic,
end-time struggle between the Hebrew King of promise and the Old Testament gods of Babylon.
Gilreath asserts that within Revelation is a hidden Babylonian framework, one that can only be
seen through ancient, Near Eastern eyes. Gilreath investigates many questions, such as:
- Are the four horsemen of the Apocalypse Babylonian gods?
- How does Babylonian astrology impact the way we interpret the astronomical parts of
- How do the New Heavens and New Earth dethrone Marduk, king of the gods at Babylon,
- and his recreative claims?
- Could the cosmic "sea" in Revelation connect to Babylonian creation myths and the
temple of Marduk?
If you're ready to finally decode Revelation and unmask "Babylon the great," then this book will
not only stir your senses, it will shatter your biblical paradigm on earth's past, present, and