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Join Dr. Félix H. Cortez and Ranko Stefanovic as they explore the Revelations of John.
The book is called Revelation because it reveals Jesus and also because it reveals the future. Also known as the Apocalypse, the book contains images and symbols that are difficult to understand. Some of them refer to catastrophes and judgment, but others to victory and salvation. Why was the book written in this genre? Why does it seem to cover its message under images and symbols if its purpose is to reveal? What is the ultimate purpose and message of Revelation? What is the key that will help us unlock its treasures? How is Revelation relevant for our daily lives? Explore these and other questions in this course.
By the end of this course you should have a basic understanding of Revelations, and its importance to modern Christianity. After completing the quizzes and watching the videos, you will earn .2 continuing education units. For more information please visit: ATSAcademy.org
Félix H. Cortez is Assistant Professor of New Testament Literature at the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary, Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan. He completed a masters in Modern Literature (focusing in Literary Theory and Hermeneutics) at Universidad Iberoamericana (México, 2001) and a doctorate in New Testament Studies at Andrews University (2008). Before coming to Andrews University, Cortez taught in the School of Theology at Universidad de Montemorelos (2007-2013). He has also served as a pastor in Mexico City for 4 years and as a conference youth director for 7 years. He was ordained as a minister in 1996 at Montemorelos, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. Cortez is president of the Adventist Theological Society (2012-2014). He chairs the Catholic and Pastoral Epistles Section of the International Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature, and is a member of the steering committee of the Hebrews section. He has been inducted into the Honor Society Phi Kappa Phi, and is a member of the Adventist Society for Religious Studies, the review boards of several journals, and is evaluator of research projects for Universidad Adventista del Plata. Cortez contributed study notes for the Andrews Study Bible, the commentary on First Timothy for the forthcoming Andrews One-volume Bible Commentary, and is working on a Commentary on Hebrews. He is also the author of Did you know …?—a devotional book for young people published in Spanish, English, and French. Felix Cortez is married to Alma Alvarez and they have two children, Hadid, and Alma. Cortez enjoys sports, walking, reading, working around the house, and music.
I've learnt new things. Thank you and God Bless
Thank you. I learnt many helpful things. We more of these courses.
That was awesome