Essays on Revelation
Appropriating Yesterday's Apocalypse in Today's World
Imprint: Pickwick Publications
"This work is a valuable guide to understanding the meaning of Revelation for the contemporary believer. Informed by the historical, social, and literary contexts of the first-century, these essays succeed in bridging the gap between the world of John of Patmos and the situation of modern readers of Revelation. Teachers, pastors, and individual readers will appreciate the many thought-provoking insights provided by these scholars who write with one foot in the academy and the other in the church."
--Mitchell G. Reddish
Professor and Chair of Religious Studies
"The Book of Revelation is one of the most complex and puzzling books in the Bible. It demands clear, knowledgeable insight in order to make sense of it. These twelve Essays on Revelation provide just that clarity for the serious reader. These are must-read articles that will turn study of the book into an exceptional feast for every student."
--Grant R. Osborne
Professor of New Testament
Trinity Evangelical Divinity School