Robin Webber provides much excellent insight into how to understand the book of Revelation. Speaking on the mark of the beast and the number of the beast, Webber notes that it is important to be loud where God is loud and quiet where God is quiet, and be careful in between. The book of Revelation is a balance between being literal and symbolic; type and antitype, with layered duality, containing prophecy and wisdom. Also, God gives us enough to comprehend what we need to comprehend at any given time. There are two sides: Satan and the people he uses vs. God’s people; Jerusalem above vs. Babylon below; destruction vs. salvation.
Robin Webber was born in Chicago, Illinois, in 1951, but has lived most of his life in California. He has been a part of the Church of God community since 1963. He attended Ambassador College in Pasadena from 1969-1973. He majored in theology and history.
Mr. Webber’s interest remains in the study of history, socio-economics and literature. Over the years, he has offered his services to museums as a docent to share his enthusiasm and passions regarding these areas of expertise.