Jack Van Deventer, “Amillennial History,” Credenda Agenda 14/2 (apparently no date): 34-35.On-line as http://credenda.org/issues/14-2eschaton.php When looking at the Internet for information about Abraham Kuyper, I came across this very interesting article on the history of the term and concept of amillennial(ism): “Amillennial History,” by Jack Van Deventer, over at Credenda/Agenda (see here for the text […]
Kuyper, Abraham. The Revelation of St. John. Trans. John Hendrik De Vries. Grand Rapids, Michigan: William B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1935. Reprint. Eugene, Oregon: Wipf & Stock Publishers, 1999. 360 pp. Abraham Kuyper was a very influential Calvinist theologian and statesman. He took both his undergraduate and doctoral degree in theology at Leyden. His commentary on […]
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 […]
Wilson, Mark Wayne. The Victor Sayings in the Book of Revelation. Eugene, Oregon: Wipf and Stock Publishers, 2007. 294 pp. Paperback This volume is based on the author’s Ph.D.-thesis (see abstract here). Wilson analyses this very important motif that also is also of great importance for the overall interpretation of Revelation’s message and purpose. The […]
See Kretschmar, Die Offenbarung des Johannes.(This entry is a dummy that allows me to use more categories than Blogger allows).
Bredin, Mark. Jesus, Revolutionary of Peace: A Nonviolent Christology in the Book of Revelation. Paternoster biblical and theological monographs. Carlisle [England]: Paternoster Press, 2003. xii + 262 pp. According to Ted Grimsrud, “Bredin joins in a tradition of reading Revelation as peace literature, going back to G. B. Caird in the 1960s and including such […]
Pattemore, Stephen W. The People of God in the Apocalypse: Discourse, Structure, and Exegesis. Society for New Testament Studies Monographs Series, 128. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2004. Also available in an Ebrary-edition. xv + 256. This volume is based on parts of the author’s doctoral dissertation, The People of God in the Apocalypse: […]
McIlraith, Donal A. The Reciprocal Love Between Christ and the Church in the Apocalypse. Rome: Columban Fathers, 1989. Due to a technical failure, the content of this page has disappeared.