The Bible is unquestionably the best-selling book of all time. It has hundreds of authors and yet a common thread. It ranges from history to poetry and wisdom literature to prophecy. It has texts largely stolen and copied from older cultures and spans a vast period in time. Today, over one billion people still believe it to be the word of God. And yet, it is claimed that the Bible has a hidden and secret message sent from the Divine for mankind. A message of such importance that man has been attempting to unlock it piece by piece for centuries. Today, we have computer technology to unravel the vast code. Nobody, not even mathematicians, doubt that there is a code within the pages of the Bible, but if there is indeed a message in the pages of this most ancient book, has it truly been sent by God? If so, then it is truly a message the whole of mankind should hear.
Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?
The content in this book is interesting but the narration and performance is incredibly tedious. I would recommend that anyone interested in this subject matter would be better off trying to find this short book/pamphlet and reading it themselves.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Bible Revelations?
the most memorable part of this book was the end. I think this was the best bit due to the fact that the performance was over. There are long (30 second) spaces between each sentence and, constant mystic/religious type music in the background. I am sure that the producers have done this to pad out this incredibly short book, although it still covers less than an hour, to try and justify the lofty £11.00 + they expect you to pay for it. This is the first book that I have actually paid for from Audible rather than using my monthly credit, and I will now be trying to get a refund or credit note.