Peter M. Head raises an important discussion about one of David E. Aune’s suggestions as to the transmission of manuscripts and textual criticism.
Mathison, Keith A., ed. When Shall These Things Be? A Reformed Response to Hyper-Preterism. Phillipsburg, New Jersey: P & R Publishing, 2004. xxii + 376 pp. This volume critiques “hyper-preterism,” the view that all prophecy in Scripture has already been fulfilled. For more on this volume, visit Riddleblog’s “Eschatology Q & A — Are There […]
Metaphors and Revelation 12-13 Alan Brady over at Café Apocalypsis had a nice summary of parts of Dr. Ian Paul’s article “” in Studies in the Book of Revelation, ed. S. Moyse (see here) and some methodological reflections on the interpretation of metaphors. Ian Paul’s essay is based on his Ph.D.-dissertation, “The Value of Paul Ricoeur’s […]
Lücke, Friedrich. Versuch einer vollständigen Einleitung in die Offenbarung Johannis oder Allgemeine Untersuchungen über die apokalyptische Litteratur überhaupt und die Apokalypse des Johannes insbesondere. 2nd ed. Commentar über die Schriften des Evangelisten Johannes, 4:1. Bonn: Eduard Weber, 1852. xviii + 1074 pp. The classic introduction to Revelation and the apocalyptic literature in general by Friedrich […]
Mosbech, Holger. Sproglig Fortolkning til Johannes’ Åbenbaring. København: Gyldendalske Boghandel, 1944. viii + 216 pp. This volume is a companion volume to Mosbech’s commentary, published a year earlier. It provides a linguistic analysis of and commentary on Revelation. It is still very valuable.
Trench, Richard Chenevix. Commentary on the Epistles to the Seven Churches in Asia, Revelation II.III . 1st ed. London: Parker, Son, & Bourn, 1861. xi + 225 pp. At least six editions were published in the UK and the USA in the 19th century. Reprint. Eugene, Oregon: Wipf and Stock Publishers, 1997. 249 pp. Richard […]
Scott, Robert Balgarnie Young: The Original Language of the Apocalypse. University of Toronto Press: Toronto, 1928. 25 pp. including bibliographical references. In this volume – originally a Ph.D.-thesis submitted to University of Toronto, Scott (for short biographies, see here and here) argued that Revelation was originally written in Hebrew.
Taeger, Jens-Wilhelm. Johanneische Perspektiven: Aufsätze zur Johannesapokalypse und zum johanneischen Kreis 1984-2003 . Forschung zur Religion und Literatur des Alten und Neuen Testaments, 215, Ed. David C. Bienert and Dietrich-Alex Koch. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2006. 254 pp. Hardcover Professor, dr. Jens-W. Taeger, who died only 59 years old (see here), did not complete his […]