One of the Pentecostal movement's foremost theologians and scholars, R. Hollis Gause offers this insightful and comprehensive study of Revelation. God's hand at work in the culmination of the End Times and what it should mean for Christians and non-believers alike is examined. With great clarity, the often confusing and worrisome subject matter found in the Revelation of Jesus to St. John is expounded upon and explained.
About the Author
Dr. Gause served on the faculty of Lee College for 33 years, as registrar and dean of students for three years, dean of the Bible College for 15 years, dean of the division of religion for four years, and dean of Lee College for three years. He organized and directed the first graduate program in the Church of God educational system, the Pentecostal Theological Seminary, first named Church of God Graduate School of Christian Ministries. Dr. Gause served the Seminary as the dean and director from 1975 through 1978, and as vice president for academics from 1978 through 1980. He has been a member of the faculty since 1982. Dr. Gause served as senior pastor of the Church of God in Warren, Michigan for two years (1980-1982) and has served as president of the Society of Pentecostal Studies. He is the author/editor of scores of books and articles on scholarly and popular levels.