New publications and a forthcoming socio-rhetorical commentary by the prolific professor David deSilva.
Link to a site with fine photographs of Domitian including a discussion of the theory that Domitian, not Nero, is the beast.
Theology Today – Vol 16, No. 1 – April 1959 – BOOK REVIEW – The Book of Revelation & The Revelation of Jesus Christ & The Last Book of the Bible & Interpreting Revelation The Book of Revelation By Thomas S. Kepler 232 pp. New York, Oxford University Press, 1957. $4.50; The Revelation of Jesus… Continue reading Otto A. Piper’s 1959 review of four Revelation commentaries
Bibliographic details on DeSilva’s Strategic Arousal and the link to the – currently – freely available online edition (pdf-format).
See A list of biblical studies journals at deinde.org.
I have a presentation of Lupieri’s commentary here: Now, Review of Biblical Literature has published Tobias Nicklas’s review of it. He concludes that “Die Tendenz ist klar: Man kann diesem wertvollen und originellen Kommentar zur Apokalypse nur eine breite Leserschaft wünschen.” See the entire review here (direct link). Hattip: NT Gateway Weblog
A survey of theses, select academic articles, and commentaries written in Danish or by Danish authors.
The commentaries included in the category Scholarly commentaries are either scholarly (i.e., written for scholars and serious students) or written by scholars and with a specific, valuable view on Revelation or one of the topics discussed on Revelation Resources. Although it is hardly possible to rank commentaries objectively, I would suggest that some commentaries should… Continue reading Remarks on scholarly commentaries