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Adamsen, Georg S. Parousia and Paraenesis: The Parousia Motif and Its Paraenetic Use in the Book of the Revelation. Dr.theol. thesis, Norwegian Lutheran School of Theology, Oslo (Det teologiske Menighetsfakultetet, Oslo), 2001/2002. The Norwegian Lutheran School of Theology in Oslo, Norway, (http://www.mf.no) has accepted the 369 page dissertation Parousia and Paraenesis: The Parousia Motif and [...]
McCormack, Philip. The Nature of Judgment in the Book of the Revelation. This 272 page D.Phil.-thesis was successfully defended at The Faculty of Humanities, The Institute of Theology, The Queen’s University of Belfast, Northern Ireland, on June 15th, 2001 and the D.Phil.-degree awarded July 4th, 2001. The examiners were the Reverend Doctor Steven Motyer of [...]
Percer, Leo R. The War in Heaven: Michael and Messiah in Revelation 12. This 260 page Ph.D.-thesis was successfully defended on August 13, 1999 at Baylor University. Mentor was Robert B. Sloan, Jr., D. d. Theol. The book of Revelation is notorious for an almost chaotic diversity of interpretations, no doubt as a result of [...]
Stenström, Hanne. The Book of Revelation. A Vision of the Ultimate Liberation or the Ultimate Backlash? A study in 20th Century interpretations of Rev 14:1-5, with special emphasis on feminist exegesis. Doctoral dissertation publicly defended at Uppsala University April 10th, 1999 for the Degree of Doctor of Theology (New Testament Exegesis) This 355 page study [...]
Johns, Loren L. The Origins and Rhetorical Force of the Lamb Christology of the Apocalypse of John. Bluffton College. Dissertation Adviser: Dr. James H. Charlesworth. Date of defence: 13 Feb 1998. An investigation of the origins and rhetorical force of the lamb imagery in the Apocalypse of John. Chapter one introduces the problem of reading [...]
Carey, William Gregory. Attention-Seeking Behavior: Rhetoric, Resistance, and Authority in the Book of Revelation. Dissertation under the direction of Professor Fernando F. Segovia. Vanderbilt University, 1996. Authority represents a fundamental dimension of the Book of Revelation, which resists the Roman Empire of the late first century and those Jews, Christians, and other persons who accommodate [...]