Check out Dr. Carl Rasmussen’s magnificent web site: www.holylandphotos.org. Dr. Rasmussen provides very fine pictures, also of Patmos and the cities mentioned in Revelation. Go and take a look at Holy Land Photos. You will not be disappointed! Here is an example from Dr. Carl Rasmussen’s Holy Land Photos: a photo of the remains of [...]
Wilson, Mark W. Charts on the Book of Revelation: Literary, Historical, and Theological Perspectives. Kregel Charts of the Bible and TheologyGrand Rapids, Michigan: Kregel Publications, 2007. 136 pp. RRP $14.95. This book seems to be a helpful one if you need to get an overview quickly. You can take a look at its content at [...]
Edgecomb, Kevin P. “NT Allusions to Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha.” Available online at http://www.bombaxo.com/allusions.html. 11.09.2007. This online document quotes the Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha to which the NT alludes as well as the texts that allude to them.
Edgecomb, Kevin P. [Index to J. H. Charlesworth (ed.), Old Testament Pseudepigrapha]. Berkeley, California, 2005. Kevin P. Edgecomb of Berkeley, California, has made his compiled Index to the marginal citations (or the citations in the footnotes) of Charlesworth’s Old Testament Pseudepigrapha. It is made available to the wider public free of charge with the only [...]
Beasley-Murray, G. R. “The Second Coming in the Book of Revelation.” Evangelical Quarterly 23, no. 1 (1951): 40-5. Available online at http://www.biblicalstudies.org.uk/pdf/eq/revelation_beasley-murray.pdf. Beasley-Murray argues that the true background of John’s doctrine is “the experience of the powers of evil in opposition to the Spirit of God, and the conviction that only the forth-putting of the [...]
Victorinus (3rd century): “St Victorinus of Poetovio: Commentary on the Apocalypse.” Trans. Kevin P. Edgecomb. Available from http://www.bombaxo.com/victapoc.html. [Accessed September 6th, 2007]. Kevin P. Edgecomb’s website features an English translation of St. Victorinus of Poetovio (Poetovionensis): Commentary on the Apocalypse (second half of the third century), based on the text published in Sources Chretiennes. See [...]