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The Revelation of St. John, vol. 1
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The Revelation of St. John, vol. 1

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Robert Carter & Brothers 1852

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Overview

Biblical scholar E. W. Hengstenberg turns his attention to the book of Revelation in this commentary. Seeking not a typical rationalistic or traditional reading of this book, Hengstenberg provides a fresh exposition. He wrote this volume for anyone who wishes to read and understand Revelation, presenting a concise and highly readable commentary. Hengstenberg looks at the historical context, the thoughts of previous theologians, and the influence of the Old Testament. He also provides a comprehensive introduction, and a systematic reading and analysis of each chapter.

The Revelation of St. John, vol. 1 is perfect for students, professors, historians, and anyone wanting a greater grasp on this divisive book of the Bible. With the Logos edition, all Scriptures are linked to the Bibles in your library, making study fast and easy.

Key Features

  • Provides a non-traditional commentary on the book of Revelation
  • Presents a concise and highly readable exposition
  • Examines historical context, thoughts from previous theologians, and the influence of the Old Testament

Contents

  • Introduction—On the Time of the Composition of the Revelation
  • The Superscription
  • The Prologue (Ch. 1:1–3)
  • This Seven Epistles (Ch. 1:4–3:22)
    • Introduction to the Seven Epistles
    • The Epistle to the Angel of the Church in Ephesus (Ch. 2:1–7)
    • The Epistle to the Angel of the Church in Smyrna (Ch. 2:8–11)
    • The Epistle to the Angel of the Church in Pergamos (Ch. 2:12–17)
    • The Epistle to the Angel of the Church in Thyatira (Ch. 2:18–29)
    • The Epistle to the Angel of the Church in Sardis (Ch. 3:1–6)
    • The Epistle to the Angel of the Church in Philadelphia (Ch. 3:7–13)
    • The Epistle to the Angel of the Church in Laodicea (Ch. 3:14–22)
  • The Seven Seals (Ch. 4:1–8:1)
  • The Seven Trumpets: Introductory Remarks (Ch. 8:2–11:19)
    • The Interlude in Ch. 10:1–11:13
  • The Three Enemies of God’s Kingdom (Ch. 12–14)

Product Details

  • Title: The Revelation of St. John, vol. 1
  • Author: E. W. Hengstenberg
  • Publisher: Robert Carter & Brothers
  • Publication Date: 1852
  • Pages: 589

About E. W. Hengstenberg

Ernst Wilhelm Hengstenberg (1802–1869) was born in Germany. He was a philosopher, philologist, and a Lutheran theologian. Hengstenberg became a professor of theology at the University in Basel, Germany. He was known as a prolific writer and scholar.

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