The Beast


by Joseph J. Dewey

To understand the Beast in Revelation one must understand a principle. The Book
of Revelation written by the Apostle John is one of the grandest books in human
history with as much depth and mystery as any metaphysical, non-metaphysical,
religious or non-religious book in the world. Please do not let any preconceived
notions equate this book with a level only to be used by a student of Jimmy Swaggart.

And I stood upon the sand of the sea, and saw a beast rise up out of the sea,
having seven heads and ten horns, and upon his horns ten crowns, and upon his
heads the name of blasphemy.  Revelation 13:1

Read the thirteenth chapter of the Book of Revelation and answer this. What is the Beast? There is a keyword that describes him.

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2 thoughts on “The Beast

  1. lwk2431 Post author

    Here a good quote on that:

    “It is quite easy to control a person who thinks that God speaks to an authority, but not directly to himself. This authority that speaks for God becomes then the God without.”

    Unearned, often unjust authorities that one follows blindly are the beast, or the “the God without,” or as in the Old Testament, to worship idols instead of the one true God.


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