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 […]
Hoskier, Herman C. The Complete Commentary of Oecumenius on the Apocalypse. 1928. Hoskier’s critical edition is now superseded by de Groote’s recent critical edition.
Oecumenius. Oecumenii Commentarius in Apocalypsin. Ed. Marc de Groote. Traditio Exegetica Graeca, 8. Louvain: Peeters Publishers, 1999. xiv + 355 pp. ISBN: 3820495827. Originally presented as the author’s thesis, Rijksuniversiteit te Gent, Faculteit der Letteren en Wijsbegeerte, 1992. Introduction and notes in German; text in Greek. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. More here. De Groote’s […]
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 […]
Oecumenius: Commentary on the Apocalypse. Trans. John N. Suggit. (Fathers of the Church). Washington, D.C.: Catholic University of America Press, 2006. Cloth, xii + 216 pp. $34.95. Oecumenius’ commentary may be the earliest extant Greek commentary. This makes it a very important one. It is reviewed Pieter G. R. de Villiers in Review of Biblical […]