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Climax of Prophecy: Studies on the Book of Revelation

Format: Digital
Publisher:
, 1993
ISBN: 0567086259

Overview

The Apocalypse of John is a work of immense importance and learning. Yet among the major works of early Christianity included in the New Testament it has received relatively little scholarly attention. This work is a significant contribution to remedying this neglect. The author examines the meticulous literary artistry, creative imagination, radical political critique and profound theology of the Apocalypse of John. It is a sustained enterprise to understand both the form and the message of the Apocalypse in its literary and historical contexts. An invaluable and illuminating work for students, scholars and ministers.

Key Features

  • Focuses on the literary composition of Revelation
  • Explores John’s use of Old Testament Scriptures
  • Examines Revelation’s place among Jewish and Christian apocolyptic literature

Contents

  • Structure and Composition
  • The Use of Apocalyptic Traditions
  • Synoptic Parousia Parables and the Apocalypse
  • The Worship of Jesus
  • The Role of the Spirit
  • The Lion the Lamb and the Dragon
  • The Eschatological Earthquake
  • The Apocalypse as a Christian War Scroll
  • The Conversion of the Nations
  • The Economic Critique of Rome in Revelation 18
  • Nero and the Beast

Praise for the Print Edition

I strongly recommend Bauckhams masterful studies on Revelation in its historical context

—Thomas Renna, Utopian Studies

Product Details

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About Richard Bauckham

Richard Bauckham is Professor of New Testament Studies, St Mary’s College, University of St Andrews, UK.

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