"Those Who Call Themselves Jews"
The Church and Judaism in the Apocalypse of John
Imprint: Pickwick Publications
"This is a careful, well-argued thesis, which takes seriously the symbolic and recapitulative nature of Revelation's images. It recognizes how John's visions often describe the same realities through a kaleidoscope of images."
--Ian Boxall, Journal for the Study of the New Testament, 2007 Booklist
"Mayo's work is a fine contribution to the study of Revelation and its understanding of the Church's attitude to Judaism at the end of the first century. The history of scholarship has paid scant attention to Revelation's place in the delicate issues of the separation of the Church and Judaism in the first and second centuries. I warmly commend this helpful and perceptive study to all who deal with the issues of the relationship between the early Church and Judaism as well as the interpretation of the Book of Revelation."
--David M. Scholer, Fuller Theological Seminary