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Remembered - a Christian perspective
Christians look ahead to the day that God creates a new heaven and a new earth--a new creation untainted by sin. We can participate in this new kingdom through Jesus Christ.


New heaven - a Christian perspective
In Revelation, John writes about how at the end of this age the old heaven and old earth and their separations and difference will pass away. In their place a new heaven and a new earth, combined as one in a Holy City will fill the world.


Revelation (Apocalypse)
This introduction to the book of Revelation reports on the author, date, occasion, purpose, literary form, distinctive features, interpretation, and outlink. For an adequate understanding of Revelation, the reader must recognize that it is a distinct kind of literature. Revelation is apocalyptic, a kind of writing that is highly symbolic. Although its visions often seem bizarre to the Western reader, fortunately the book provides a number of clues for its own interpretation.