The editor of Revelation Resources has published a Danish commentary on the Book of Revelation.
Pierre Prigent’s French opus magnum, L’Apocalypse de Saint Jean. Rev. and exp. ed. (Commentaire du Nouveau Testament, 14). Genève: Labor et Fides, 2000. 507 pp. – mentioned in the comments on this post – may be inaccessible if you do not read French. However, I just noticed in the that there is an English translation.… Continue reading Pierre Prigent, Commentary on the Apocalypse
My first impression of Professor Resseguie’s Narrative Commentary on the Book of Revelation.
On an amillennial commentary
About Resseguie’s forthcoming commentary on Revelation.
Seiss, Joseph Augustus. The Apocalypse: A Series of Special Lectures on the Revelation of Jesus Christ, with revised text. Repr. ed. s.l.: C. C. Cook, 1900. 536 pp. The Apocalypse was reprinted many times and at various locations for decades. Most recently reprinted under the title The Apocalypse: Exposition of the Book of Revelation. Grand… Continue reading Joseph A. Seiss, The Apocalypse
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
Ladd, George Eldon. A Commentary on the Revelation of John. 1972. Repr. Grand Rapids, Michigan: William B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1995 or later. 308 pp. ISBN: 0802816843 The commentary Ladd is a proponent of classic premillennialism rather than dispensationalism (see Clouse, Four Views). In his brief introduction (p. 7-17), Ladd asserts that the author was the… Continue reading George Eldon Ladd, A Commentary on the Revelation of John