History of interpretation

About Eugénia Scarvelis Constantinou: Andrew of Caesarea and the Apocalypse In the Ancient Church of the East. Ph.D.-dissertation, Université Laval, Quebec, Canada, 2008.

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Irena Backus, Reformation Readings on the Apocalypse.

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Beckwith, Apocalypse

by Georg Adamsen on February 7, 2008

in History of interpretation, Scholarly commentaries

Beckwith, I. T.: The Apocalypse of John. Studies in Introduction with a Critical and Exegetical Commentary. The Macmillan Company: New York 1919. Reprint. Eugene, Oregon: Wipf and Stock publishers, 2001. xv + 794 pp. Also reprinted 1992 and by Baker Book House in 1967. This commentary with more than 800 pages is divided in two […]

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Swete, Apocalypse

by Georg Adamsen on February 6, 2008

in History of interpretation, Scholarly commentaries

Swete, Henry Barclay: The Apocalypse of St. John. London: Macmillan, 1906. Reprint. Eugene, Oregon: Wipf & Stock publishers, 1999.The second edition was published in 1907 or perhaps already in 1906. The third was published in 1908 and reprinted several times at least until 1917. The commentary was also reprinted by Eerdmans in Grand Rapids, 1954, […]

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Munck, Johannes. Petrus und Paulus in der Offenbarung des Johannes: Ein Beitrag zur Auslegung der Apokalypse. Teologiske Skrifter, 1. København: Rosenkilde & Bagger, 1950. 125 pp. Johannes Munck (1904-1965) was professor of New Testament at Aarhus University from the very beginning. The Danish professors Peder Madsen and Holger Mosbech had both written on the history […]

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Madsen, Peder. Johannes’ Aabenbaring: Indledet og fortolket [The Book of Revelation: Introduction and Commentary]. 1st ed. København: G. E. C. Gad, 1887. 2nd ed. 1896. Both editions were published in two parts, the two first volumes in 1885 and 1894. The libraries disagree as to the number of pages. The first edition consists of either […]

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Davis, Stephen J. “Introducing an Arabic Commentary on the Apocalypse: Ibn Katib Qaysar on Revelation.” Harvard Theological Review 101 (2008): 77-96. Here is the abstract from the publisher’s website:“Ibn Katib Qaysar’s long-neglected Commentary on the Apocalypse of John is a veritable treasure trove for those interested not only in the early transmission of the biblical […]

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Lücke, Friedrich. Versuch einer vollständigen Einleitung in die Offenbarung Johannis oder Allgemeine Untersuchungen über die apokalyptische Litteratur überhaupt und die Apokalypse des Johannes insbesondere. 2nd ed. Commentar über die Schriften des Evangelisten Johannes, 4:1. Bonn: Eduard Weber, 1852. xviii + 1074 pp. The classic introduction to Revelation and the apocalyptic literature in general by Friedrich […]

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