Exploring the foundational, and hidden, truths within the book of Revelation can be a daunting task to any person, whether biblical scholar or inquisitive Christian. To truly understand Bible prophecy, especially in Revelation, will require a firm course of action, which author Jim Magee provides in his biblical commentary The Evangelism of Revelation. Jim organizes the commentary as a balance between verse and interpretation to uncover the meanings behind John the apostle's writing in the Bible's last chapter. The book focuses the chapters on recognized areas of Revelation, such as the Great Tribulation, the rapture of the church and Jesus's return to earth. Jim also discusses the symbolism within Revelation, and mentions the similar aspects about Jesus and the Antichrist that are shared between Islam and the Bible. Readers will gain a greater understanding of what is stated in the book of Revelation and appreciation of having salvation through Jesus.