The editor of Revelation Resources has published a Danish commentary on the Book of Revelation.
A website with a Revelation bibliography
Link to a site with fine photographs of Domitian including a discussion of the theory that Domitian, not Nero, is the beast.
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
http://www.apokaliptikum.lap.hu This quite extensive resource collection is compiled by Dr. Hubbes Laszlo. Although it is in the Hungarian language, some headlines are translated, and it is certainly possible to find quite a number of useful resources, even if you do not know Hungarian. As the sample shows. As Dr. Laszlo informed me, “the majority of… Continue reading Dr. Laszlo’s resource collection
Ph.D. Alan S. Bandy’s blog: Café Apocalypsis, contains a few entries on Revelation: See his categories Book of Revelation/The Apocalypse of John, as well as the following entries: Book Recommendation: Charts on the Book of Revelation The Imperial Cult in Asia Minor during the Reign of Domitian Jesus as “The Son of Man”: Periphrasis or… Continue reading Café Apocalypsis – Alan S. Bandy