A short presentation of Vern Poythress’s Understanding Dispensationalists. Poythress not only introduces dispensationalism, but also successfully challenges this hermeneutical system.
About Kenneth L. Gentry
The first full-scale biography of George Eldon Ladd, the influential evangelical scholar from Fuller Theological Seminary
New publications and a forthcoming socio-rhetorical commentary by the prolific professor David deSilva.
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… Continue reading Dr. Ian Paul
Kim Riddlebarger is the author of A Case for Amillennialism and The Man of Sin. Apart from descriptions of his books, Riddlebarger’s website features numerous resources. You can read about Riddlebarger (here), read some of his articles, for example “Princeton and the Millennium.” He also provides Links to Helpful Books, Essays, and Charts. And more.… Continue reading Riddleblog
Dr. Loren L. Johns’s The Apocalypse of John lists many resources, including a number of articles written by Johns himself. See also his Apocalypticism and Millennialism: A Select Bibliography for Research. He also includes a section on Revelation in art, and a page with resources about Patmos (currently with some obsolete links). Dr. Johns’s Curriculum… Continue reading Loren L. Johns
Professor Steve Moyise is one of the most prolific scholars as regards studies on and related to Revelation: “Intertextuality and the Book of Revelation,” Expository Times 104 (1993): 295-298 The Old Testament in the Book of Revelation. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1995. “The Language of the Old Testament in the Apocalypse,” Journal for the Study… Continue reading Steve Moyise on Revelation