Wilson, Mark Wayne. The Victor Sayings in the Book of Revelation. Eugene, Oregon: Wipf and Stock Publishers, 2007. 294 pp. Paperback This volume is based on the author’s Ph.D.-thesis (see abstract here). Wilson analyses this very important motif that also is also of great importance for the overall interpretation of Revelation’s message and purpose. The… Continue reading Wilson, The Victor Sayings
Moyise, Steve (ed.) Studies in the Book of Revelation . Edinburgh: T&T Clark, 2001. xvii + 206 pp. ISBN: 0567088146 (hb.), 0567088049 (pbk.). Essays included: The Words of Prophecy: Reading the Apocalypse Theologically, by Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza (pp. 1-20) Seventh-Day Adventism: Self-Appointed Laodicea, by Robert Surridge (pp. 21-42) The Enthroned Christ of Revelation 5:6 and… Continue reading Moyise (ed.), Studies
Beasley-Murray, G. R. “The Second Coming in the Book of Revelation.” Evangelical Quarterly 23, no. 1 (1951): 40-5. Available online at http://www.biblicalstudies.org.uk/pdf/eq/revelation_beasley-murray.pdf. Beasley-Murray argues that the true background of John’s doctrine is “the experience of the powers of evil in opposition to the Spirit of God, and the conviction that only the forth-putting of the… Continue reading Beasley-Murray, Second Coming
Adamsen, Georg S. “Åbenbaringen af Jesus Kristus – Åbenbaringsbogen og dens metaforer”. i Til tro, nr. 2, 2000.
Hutchison, Dennis A. “The Nature of Christ’s Comings in Revelation 2-3.” Th.D.-dissertation, Grace Theological Seminary, 1986. 309 pp. This unpublished thesis is primarily concerned with the analysis of the chronological aspect of Christ’s coming in Revelation 2-3. Hutchison argues that the context, e.g. the rewards, strongly suggests an eschatological interpretation. This thesis seems to be… Continue reading Hutchison, Nature of Christ’s Comings
Adamsen, Georg S. Parousia and Paraenesis: The Parousia Motif and Its Paraenetic Use in the Book of the Revelation. Dr.theol. thesis, Norwegian Lutheran School of Theology, Oslo (Det teologiske Menighetsfakultetet, Oslo), 2001/2002. The Norwegian Lutheran School of Theology in Oslo, Norway, (http://www.mf.no) has accepted the 369 page dissertation Parousia and Paraenesis: The Parousia Motif and… Continue reading Adamsen, Parousia and Paraenesis (abstract)
McCormack, Philip. The Nature of Judgment in the Book of the Revelation. This 272 page D.Phil.-thesis was successfully defended at The Faculty of Humanities, The Institute of Theology, The Queen’s University of Belfast, Northern Ireland, on June 15th, 2001 and the D.Phil.-degree awarded July 4th, 2001. The examiners were the Reverend Doctor Steven Motyer of… Continue reading McCormack, Nature of Judgment (abstract)