How Genetic Literary Reconstruction Will Change How We Do Things

The benefits of GLR are many and this book is an example of it. Consider the Book of Revelation, which is the most difficult book in the Christian Scriptures to both understand and to write about. Prior to my book, How John Wrote the Book of Revelation: From Concept to Publication, there has been no generally accepted theory of construction, and no commonly held interpretation. The only constant in those who study Revelation is that John’s Greek had room for improvement.

By just following a few simple processes, the book becomes approachable––for the first time in history we have a platform upon which we can objectively interpret and understand the book of Revelation. For many this may be a bad thing, for others, the centuries of interpretation by guesswork can now be confined within a fruitful process.