Steve Moyise on Revelation

Professor Steve Moyise is one of the most prolific scholars as regards studies on and related to Revelation:

  • “Intertextuality and the Book of Revelation,” Expository Times 104 (1993): 295-298
  • The Old Testament in the Book of Revelation. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1995.
  • “The Language of the Old Testament in the Apocalypse,” Journal for the Study of the New Testament 76 (2000): 97-113
  • Studies in the Book of Revelation. Edinburgh: T & T Clark, 2001. Editor and contributor of the essay “Does the Lion lie Down with the Lamb.”
  • “Authorial Intention and the Book of Revelation,” Andrews University Seminary Studies 39 (2001): 35-40
  • “Does the Author of Revelation Misappropriate the Scriptures?” Andrews University Seminary Studies 40 (2002): 3-21
  • ‘The Language of the Psalms in the Book of Revelation,’ Neotestamentica (2003): 68-83
  • “Intertextuality and the Use of Scripture in the Book of Revelation,” Scriptura (2003): 391-401
  • The Psalms in the New Testament. London; New York: T and T Clark, 2004. Editor and contributor of the essay: “The Psalms in the Book of Revelation
  • Singing the Song of Moses and the Lamb: John’s Dialogical Use of Scripture,” Andrews University Seminary Studies 42 (2004): 347-360
  • “Word Frequencies in the book of revelation,” Andrews University Seminary Studies 43 (2005): 285-299

Compiled and edited from Moyise’s list of publications and research interests

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