Who or What Is the Beast of Revelation?

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Who or What Is the Beast of Revelation?

The world is nearing the “end of all things.” The book of Revelation speaks of a terrifying, great “beast” to appear at the end of the age. The Bible identifies this beast and warns of his “mark”—while prophesying civilization-shattering events leading to Armageddon. Here is what will happen to governments and nations from now on!

So then, the following questions must be answered:

Who or what is the beast of Revelation 13 and 17? Is it a man?—a church?—a government?—an empire?

Who is the “WOMAN” of Revelation 17 who rides it?

What is the “MARK of the beast”?

What is the “IMAGE of the beast”?

Who is the “FALSE PROPHET” often spoken of in conjunction with the beast?

When will these things occur—how long must we wait to see these figures appear?

How will world trends, conditions and events spawn the beast’s arrival?

Why is it so important to correctly identify it, with all related prophecies?

How will it affect YOU?



  • Reply February 9, 2017

    Dan Irving

    An allegory of those spiritual principles of which Paul wrote and which will overtake the world before it understands.

  • Reply February 10, 2017

    Varnel Watson

    Allegory? I thought the Beast was a real thing

    • Reply February 10, 2017

      Dan Irving

      He may be. But what is more clear to me is that metaphors are presented which parallel the principles Paul relates, particularly in the books of, e.g. Romans, Galatians, Ephesians, . . . And the prophets are rich in these allusions, as well.

  • Reply February 10, 2017

    Joseph D. Absher

    The beast is a person grown and steeped in sin and evil. The mystery of iniquity a soul sold out to willing and knowingly do evil for the sake of power. And the devil is his helper

  • Reply February 10, 2017

    Varnel Watson

    been trying to tell people that

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