Ulfgard, Håkan. Feast and Future: Revelation 7:9-17 and the Feast of Tabernacles. Coniectanea Biblica, New Testament Series, 22. Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell International, 1989. viii + 186 pp. The author is currently assoc. professor at Linköping University, Sweden (see more in Swedish). The author’s conclusion is that “the connection with the Feast of Tabernacles is… Continue reading Ulfgard, Feast and Future
Pattemore, Stephen W. The People of God in the Apocalypse: Discourse, Structure, and Exegesis. Society for New Testament Studies Monographs Series, 128. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2004. Also available in an Ebrary-edition. xv + 256. This volume is based on parts of the author’s doctoral dissertation, The People of God in the Apocalypse:… Continue reading Pattemore, People of God in the Apocalypse
McIlraith, Donal A. The Reciprocal Love Between Christ and the Church in the Apocalypse. Rome: Columban Fathers, 1989. Due to a technical failure, the content of this page has disappeared.
The topic Revelation and Ecclesiology deals with the theological discussions and definitions of the church, her organisation and her responsible leaders (pastor and/or bishops), and the vocabulary and concepts used.
Satake, Akira. Die Gemeindeordnung in der Johannesapokalypse. (WMANT 21). Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener, 1966. This 224 page dissertation analyses the possible references to the question of order in the churches in Revelation, grouped by the various ecclesiological terms (pp. 19-161) and then describes some parallel phenomena in the Palestinian Urchristentum. An appendix featuring a comparison between Revelation… Continue reading Satake, Gemeindeordnung
Adamsen, Georg Stubkjær. Exodusmotiver i Johannes’ Åbenbaring . Aarhus: Teoltryk, 1992. This M.Theol.-thesis written in Danish presents the research on the topic Revelation and the OT from the beginning of the 20th Century through to early 1992 and then investigates the extensive use of the Exodus motives in Revelation concluding that all Exodus motives are… Continue reading Adamsen, Exodusmotiver