Fr. Mark Arey To Appear On FOX News Special: “Fox News Reporting: Countdown To Doomsday” Hosted By Bill Hemmer.

NEW YORK, NY -- Father Mark Arey, priest in the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, recently translated the book of Revelation from the original Greek text for use in the newly released graphic novel, The Book of Revelation (Zondervan). Fr. Arey was interviewed extensively about the battle of Good vs. Evil in the book of Revelation for special by FOX religion correspondent Lauren Green. Several images, illustrated by Chris Koelle, will be shown during the segment.

The show is scheduled to air on FOX: 11/21 @ 9pm, 12am EST, 11/23 @ 9pm, 12am, 4am EST, 11/25 @ 10pm, 1am, 4 am EST

The Book of Revelation is designed to give the text a visual resonance and physical vividness that makes it more real than ever before. This telling of Revelation is intended to have an immediate visceral impact, similar to the impact it would have had on its first and second century audiences, most of whom would have experienced it by hearing it told aloud. The Apostle John's expressive descriptions have been transformed into powerful imagery that makes the text come to life for contemporary readers.

Fr. Arey is a priest in the in the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America and provided, with the late Fr. Sevastiades, an original translation from the original Greek. Actor Chris Diamantopoulos, who played Moe in the latest Three Stooges film, served as a producer on the project, while Matt Dorff crafted the adaptation and was the artistic director, helping to balance the text and imagery, created by renowned Christian artist Chris Koelle.

For more information, please contact Karen Campbell

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