This commentary provides detailed analysis of the book of Revelation. In customary form, Ron Teed’s work will aid the general reader as well as students and pastors looking for an easy-to-read and understand, yet in-depth discussion of the book of Revelation and End Time prophecy. Teed unpacks the text verse by verse while remaining true to the scriptural content. The commentary analyzes popular conceptions of the rapture, the millennial kingdom, the 144,000, and the antichrist while testing them against Scripture, providing a vivid portrait of each scene of John’s apocalypse. Teed’s insight and exposition will aid the general reader as well as students and pastors.
RON TEED lives in Wheaton, Illinois, with his wife Betty. While in college he became an atheist and he remained an ardent atheist until a series of di_ cult circumstances forced him to his knees, saying, “God, if you’re there, I need you. Please help me.” Ron began studying the Bible, spending many hours a day doing so. _ rough that study he came into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. He began leading Bible studies, which were expositional in nature, and eventually went to Wheaton College Graduate School where he earned his master’s degree in Biblical and Theological studies.
Betty Riley Teed received the Lord as her Savior as a child and then attended Wheaton College, where she earned a Master’s Degree in Christian Education. She worked for twelve years as a writer and editor at Scripture Press Publications before returning to school. She is currently a clinical psychologist.
Ron and Betty established Village Church of Wheaton in October 2003 where they continue to serve as co-pastors. Ron excels at expository teaching of the Word and these commentaries grew out of several series of messages delivered at Village Church.