A new manuscript of Revelation has been found that substitutes 616 for 666.
The apocalypse is a term commonly used to represent a prophetic revelation, vision of the End Times, or prediction about how the world will end. The word translates from Greek as disclosure of knowledge, and is often used to refer to the last book of the Christian bible, the Revelation of John, which describes God's eventual victory over evil at the end of this present age. Read articles about the apocalypse below.
The question of whether to interpret Revelation as literal or spiritual has existed at least since the time of Origen (182-251). Here’s a brief overview of how several theologians interpreted it.
Based on the 1954 novel by Richard Matheson, I Am Legend is the story of Robert Neville (Will Smith), the last man living on Earth, with some zombie-vampires thrown in for action.
An essential book for anyone interested in early Apocalyptic literature including Daniel, Enoch, Baruch, and Revelation.
The War Scroll (1QM), found among the Dead Sea Scrolls, provides a vivid, detailed description of the escalating battle between good and evil.