- Joy in Our Weakness: A Gift of Hope from the Book of Revelation by Marva Dawn (Concordia Publishing House, 1994) — The author helps us deal with suffering by using Revelation as her text. We can see the challenges, conflicts, and joys of life with new eyes.
- The Most Revealing Book of the Bible: Making Sense out of Revelation by Vernard Eller (William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, May, 1981) This excellent and accessible book is also available free online.
- A More Christ-Like God by Brad Jersak (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, April 21, 2015)
- Unveiling Empire: Reading Revelation Then and Now by Wes Howard-Brook and Anthony Gwyther (Orbis Books, June 27, 2002) These two authors say that Revelation is “a call to have faith in God rather than empire.” Our community found it inspiring and helpful.
- Revelation and the End of All Things by Craig Koester (Eerdmans, April 2, 2001) This is a highly readable guide to Revelation which engages the questions people most often ask about this difficult book in the Bible.
- The Rapture Exposed: The Message of Hope in the Book of Revelation by Barbara R. Rossing (Basic Books, July 2005) If you’ve been affected by a “rapture” reading of the book of Revelation, or by the Left Behind series, this is the book for you. Rossing reclaims Revelation from the distorted views behind the rapture, and shows how Revelation offers a vision of God's healing love for the world.