Dr. Loren L. Johns’s The Apocalypse of John lists many resources, including a number of articles written by Johns himself. See also his Apocalypticism and Millennialism: A Select Bibliography for Research. He also includes a section on Revelation in art, and a page with resources about Patmos (currently with some obsolete links). Dr. Johns’s Curriculum […]
Wainwright, Arthur William. Mysterious Apocalypse: Interpreting the Book of Revelation. Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1993. 293 pages, bibliography, indices and 35 pages with notes. Reprint. Eugene, Oregon: Wipf & Stock publishers, 2001. This very well-written and well researched book contains three parts, the first of which treats “The Millennium and History”. It depends on first hand […]
Gustave Doré, The Book of Revelation Woodcuts by Gustave Doré (1832-1883), illustrating the Book of Revelation. The illustration to the right is a selection of Rev 12:1 – The Woman & Dragon.
Albrecht Dürer – Connecticut Colllege’s Wetmore Print CollectionConnecticut Colllege’s Wetmore Print Collection gives access to 17 images of Dürer’s woodprints (se also here): Albrecht Durer (1471-1528) The APOCALYPSE of ST. JOHN 1496-98. Their frontispiece is from 1511, though. Each image is 39 x 28 cm (each 15 x 11 in), but the frontispiece is 33 […]
Dürer, Albrecht. Die Apokalypse. München: Prestel, 2007. Exact reproductions of 1498-originals. 32 pages of exact reproductions in black and white and an accompanying booklet of 96 pages. 24 x 16,5 cm (bilingual booklet by Ludwig Grote); 48 x 325 mm (woodprints). Only 750 sets. RRP only €384.00. The publisher informs: The woodprint series, „Apocalypse“, was […]
Brown, R. E. An Introduction to the New Testament. The Anchor Bible Reference Literature. New York: Doubleday, 1997. The late Professor Brown’s introduction, about 45 pages long, is well-written. “Rev is widely popular for the wrong reasons,” Brown states and gives some examples. As usual, Brown’s results are summarised in a box: “Summary of Basic […]