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We need to understand that Revelation transcends the past, present, and future. It serves to comfort, uplift, restore, censure, call out, and to point out the Antichrist. This is for all times, for all seasons but especially at times when spiritual awareness is at low ebb. Revelation is a very graphic book with much inexpressible grace, freshness and tenderness despite some of the horrific images. It is a true masterpiece of the Holy Spirit and it becomes truly delightful for the person who can comprehend and see some of its wonders. (vol. 1)


 Tears of Repentance: True Experiences in a Greek Taxi Cab
  by Athanasios Katigas. 

Originally published in Greek.

Father Nicholas Palis Translator

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By +Elder Athanasios Mitilinaios:

The introduction of the book[of Revelation] aims to attract interest. However, let’s be careful. Do not expect to hear, while interpreting this book, if and when World War III will take place, or when the Antichrist will come, and when the Second Coming of Christ will take place. Please do not expect these things. We need to follow the proven path of our Church. This path, my friends, was mapped out by God-inspired holy Fathers who wrote theologically sound commentaries on Revelation: Saint Andrew of Caesarea, of the sixth century and Saint Arethas, Archbishop of Caesarea of the ninth century. I have both commentaries in my hands, glory be to God. I have two complete commentaries on Revelation, in which one can see the Orthodox teaching of how our Church interprets Revelation.

It is not mere coincidence (and we will analyze this more as we continue), that our Church fathers did not overly occupy themselves with the Revelation. We will see this in our journey. Panayiotis Trembelas, for example, interpreted and published commentaries on all of the books of holy Scripture with the exception of Revelation. Trembelas was a great Greek scholar of the twentieth century. My basic resources include the great commentary of Professor Bratsiotis (the only one of its kind in neo-Hellenic theological literature) along with Saints Andrew and Arethas. These serve as my guides. All the others have some hidden dangers.

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