Determining the structure and flow of a biblical book is a key component for competent exegesis. In this short volume, Samuel Davidson outlines Revelation based on critical observations and comments on issues of authorship, provenance, and audience.
Title: Outlines of a Commentary on the Book of Revelation
Samuel Davidson (1807–1898) was a professor of biblical criticism at the Royal College of Belfast, then the chair of biblical criticism, literature, and oriental languages at Lancashire Independent College. His numerous works include Sacred Hermeneutics Developed and Applied, Lectures on Ecclesiastical Polity, An Introduction to the New Testament, and The Doctrine of Last Things in the New Testament.