Apringius, Commentary

Gryson, Roger, ed. Commentaria minora in Apocalypsin Johannis. Corpus Christianorum, Series Latina, 107. Turnhout: Brepols, 2003.

This volume includes Apringius’ commentary: Apringi[i] Pacensis Episcopi Tractatus in Apocalypsin Fragmenta quae Supersunt. It is one of those commentaries Weinrich cites regularly. A Latin text with a Spanish translation is included in Hernandez’ edition of Apringius’ Comentario.

Weinrich, Revelation

Weinrich, William C., ed. Revelation. Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture, vol. 12. Downers Grove, Illinois: InterVarsity Press, 2006. xxxii + 454 pp. RRP $40.00 (but street prices are much cheapter). ISBN: 0830814973

This volume is strongly recommended.

In the ideal world, students would read the ancient Christian commentaries themselves in the original language. In the real world this volume is a very welcome one. Indeed, it should sit on every student’s shelf, or rather, it should lie on the desk and be consulted regularly. I really missed this volume when I wrote my forthcoming commentary on Revelation.

Professor Weinrich is professor of early church history at Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

In his introduction, Weinrich surveys the ancient commentaries, as to their view on authorship and canonicity of Revelation (pp. xvii-xx). In the next section, Weinrich reviews the ancient commentaries and the interpretation of Revelation (pp. xx-xxix).

Weinrich has chosen eight commentaries for regular citation. He also includes selections from the Christian writers in order to illustrate their uses of Revelation, be it thematic, moral or theological and doctrinal reasons.

The eight commentaries that Weinrich cites regularly eller Petuvium

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