Apocalyptic literature is one of those things that visuals add to the experience so much. In teaching the book of Revelation if you really want to make the book pop and you want to add visual resources I am going to give you a couple of Recommendations, normally most visual books are not that useful here, the only thing a Bible Atlas usually gives you is the location of the Seven Churches, that is why it is important to seek out other resources:
- The Visual art of Ted Larson. Ted has a Revelation Digital Art set that is amazing. I also have a blog article on Ted’s Art here.
Below is a sample pic
2. Charting the End Times by Tim LaHaye, this is an amazing CD-Rom of charts/time lines. I have an blog post about the charts here.
Below is an image.
3. For really understanding all the different views of Revelation and getting some nifty charts and pictures see Rose Guide to Bible Prophecy. I will give you a more in depth review of this resource later, but in my opinion this should be your third choice for visual resources after the two above.