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Andrews University Press Biblical Studies Collection (2 vols.)

por Doukhan, Jacques B., Stefanovic, Ranko

Andrews University Press 1987–2009

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Overview

This collection brings Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) perspectives to two important and widely studied prophetic books—Daniel and Revelation. In Daniel: Vision of the End Doukhan looks at Daniel from a literary viewpoint, focusing primarily on the prophet’s 70-week prophecy. In Revelation of Jesus Christ, Ranko Stefanovic provides a historicist perspective on the Apocalypse of John. Both volumes offer lay-oriented exposition, making this collection perfect for scholars, students, pastors, and laypeople alike.

The Logos Bible Software edition of the Andrews University Press Biblical Studies Collection is designed to encourage and stimulate your study and understanding of Scripture. Biblical passages link directly to your English translations and the original-language texts, and important theological concepts link to dictionaries, encyclopedias, and a wealth of other resources in your digital library. In addition, you can perform powerful searches by topic and find what other authors, scholars, and theologians have to say about the 70 weeks in Daniel 9 and the millennial kingdom in Revelation 20.

Key Features

  • Analyzes Daniel from a literary standpoint
  • Presents a historicist perspective and verse-by-verse commentary on Revelation

Individual Titles

Daniel: Vision of the End

  • Author: Jacques B. Doukhan
  • Publisher: Andrews University Press
  • Publication Date: 1987
  • Pages: 193

Sample Pages: 1 | 2

In Daniel: Vision of the End, Doukhan delves into the biblical text of Daniel, considering its words, noting its literary movement, and listening to its echoes throughout the Scriptures. The result is a document with new information and reflection which challenges thought and nurtures hope.

Jacques B. Doukhan is professor of Hebrew and Old Testament exegesis and director of the Institute of Jewish-Christian Studies at Andrews University.

Revelation of Jesus Christ: Commentary on the Book of Revelation

  • Author: Ranko Stefanovic
  • Edition: 2nd
  • Publisher: Andrews University Press
  • Publication Date: 2009
  • Pages: 686

Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4

This verse-by-verse commentary offers a text-focused and Christ-centered approach to the book of Revelation. Appropriate for personal study and as a college and seminary text, this volume provides both in-depth notes and lay-oriented exposition for use by scholars, students, pastors, and laypeople. An ever-increasing interest in the prophecies of the Apocalypse has resulted in deeper understandings which are introduced in this updated edition.

This commentary provides the reader with a careful study of the text that lays bare its powerful connections of Revelation to the Old and New Testaments and to the historical context of its first audience. No reader will come away from the book empty handed but will gain fresh insight into the message and theology of the book and a renewed sense of faith and hope in the Jesus of Revelation.

—Felix Cortez, associate professor of New Testament studies, University of Montemorelos

In his commentary on the book of Revelation, Ranko Stefanovic has provided a scholarly study of one of the most intriguing books of the Bible. His command of the biblical languages and his vast knowledge of Scripture are evident throughout the book. Of particular interest is his historicist approach in the interpretation of Revelation and his desire to show how events in history and prophecies are interrelated. Students of the Bible will find his commentary a valuable source of information and insights.

—Denis Fortin, professor of theology, Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary, Andrews University

This exposition of John’s Apocalypse in its second edition offers a serious effort to present a responsible exegesis of John’s language in connection with that of the Old Testament prophets. This approach recommends itself to all who are searching for John’s own intentions with his visions. All can benefit from this careful approach to the book of Revelation.

Hans K. LaRondelle, professor emeritus of theology, Andrews University

A must-read glimpse of the significance of Jesus Christ and his cross for the church in the world through the entire Christian history. In this revised edition, Stefanovic adds to his widely regarded original work enriching perspectives that anchor Revelation’s prophetic character squarely in Christian history as the arena in which the struggle between Christ and Satan both unfolds and climaxes. His readable passage-by-passage commentary will long offer theological and spiritual resources for any serious student of Scripture’s last book that speaks so clearly to our day.

—Larry Lichtenwalter, senior pastor, Village Seventh-day Adventist Church, Berrien Springs, MI

Ranko Stefanovic has provided us a comprehensive and up-to-date commentary on the Revelation of John from a historicist perspective. In this second revised edition that perspective becomes more focused and better articulated. All those interested in apocalyptic literature should take advantage of the helpful content of this new edition.

—Alberto R. Timm, rector, Latin-American Adventist Theological Seminary

Ranko Stefanovic is professor of New Testament and chair of the Department of Religion and Biblical Languages at the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary, Andrews University. He holds a PhD from Andrews University and is a well-loved teacher, popular speaker, and author of scholarly articles.

Product Details

  • Title: Andrews University Press Biblical Studies Collection
  • Publisher: Andrews University Press
  • Volumes: 2
  • Pages: 879