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. The thesis consists of an analysis and an explanation as well as of a translation. The thesis is now published, the translation in a separate volume.
Kretschmar, Georg: Die Offenbarung des Johannes: Die Geschichte ihrer Auslegung im 1. Jahrtausend. Calwer Theologische Monographien, B9. Stuttgart: Calwer Verlag, 1985. 164 pp. Kretschmar’s book is not only a presentation of its history of interpretation throughout the first millennium. It also presents the author’s view on introductory matters and its overall interpretation. Contents (apart from […]
Taushev, Averky. The Apocalypse: In the Teachings of Ancient Christianity. 2nd ed. Translated and edited, with Annotation, an Introduction, and a Life of the Author, by Seraphim Rose. Platina, California: St. Herman of Alaska Brotherhood, 1995. 306 pp. This commentary, a translation of an Russian original by Seraphim Rose, is based on the commentary by […]
Schmid, J. Studien zur Geschichte des griechischen Apokalypse-Textes. Münchener theologische Studien. I. Historische Abteilung. Ergänzungsband 1. 3 vols. München: Karl Zink Verlag, 1955-1956. This study was groundbreaking and laid a new foundation for the study of the text of Revelation. Volume 1 of this study is the critical edition of Andrew of Caesara, the standard […]
Weinrich, William C., ed. Revelation. Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture, vol. 12. Downers Grove, Illinois: InterVarsity Press, 2006. xxxii + 454 pp. RRP $40.00 (but street prices are much cheapter). ISBN: 0830814973 This volume is strongly recommended. In the ideal world, students would read the ancient Christian commentaries themselves in the original language. In the […]