“… Miller cuts through the hyper-sensationalized end-of-the-world drama to examine what Revelation really means in a way that readers not only can understand, but can use as a starting point for their own study.
“… This is one of the strengths of Miller’s work: she is not creating a new interpretation, but digging out the longstanding interpretations of a seamless prophetic-historical narrative that begins in Genesis and ends in Revelation.
“Like all wise students and teachers of eschatology, Christine Miller is careful to qualify her presentation with assurance that she is open to correction. In that sense, Revelation Revealed is still very much a work in progress. Even so, it constitutes a momentous addition to the literature in the field. What Miller brings is a refreshing new look at the traditional interpretations of Revelation, and combines with it a Hebraic view of Scripture informed by the Torah Awakening of this generation. Her interpretation is informed both by Christian and Jewish scholarship, but combines the two to bring fresh understanding to an often incomprehensible subject.”