Adamsen, Georg Stubkjær. Anmeldelse af [Review of] Revelation, af [by] Robert H. Mounce. Ichthys 25 (1998): 41-5. This review is available at Adamsen’s website.
Patrides, C. A., and Joseph Wittreich, eds. The Apocalypse in English Renaissance Thought and Literature: Patterns, Antecedents and Repercussions. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press, 1984. 452 pp.
The entries marked structure deal with the problem of structure, one of the more controversial, but also important issues as regards the interpretation of Revelation. This issue has two aspects: First, the question of the textual organisation of Revelation (i.e. its “outline”), and, second, the relationship between the text and the events to which the […]
Gregg, Steve. Revelation: Four Views: a Parallel Commentary. Nashville, Tennessee: Thomas Nelson Publishers, 1997. xv + 528 pp. Also available electronically from Logos Bible Software. A handy commentary that offers a running comparison of four basic approaches to the interpreation of Revelation: Historicist (church-historical), preterist (contemporary-historical), futurist (prophetic, eschatological, parousian), and spiritual (idealist, symbolic, existential). […]
Hendriksen, William. More Than Conquerors. 1940. Reprint. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Baker Book House, 1997. Among the many issues that Hendriksen discusses in his 40+ page introduction, is the composition of Revelation. As regards the relations between the text and what it narrates, Hendriksen argues in favour of the recapitulationist view of the composition of Revelation, […]
This topic deals with the relationship between the Old Testament and Revelation and of methodological considerations concerning this problem. Those commentaries that treat this topic in a systematic way will be listed. A special area of research within this topic is the question of typology, which therefore has its own topic (or category). The problem […]
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This topic refers to various studies which, while analysing various aspects of Revelation, employ ancient or modern rhetorical theory. As with alle the other topics, suggestions or contributions are welcome.