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Revelation: Its Nature and Record
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Revelation: Its Nature and Record

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T&T Clark 1884

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Overview

Prominent German scholar and theologian Georg Heinrich Ewald provides an academic lens for this complicated book of the New Testament. Approaching the text from a scientific point of view, Ewald examines Revelation and religion in light of historical and social contexts. There are three sections:

  • The Nature of the Revelation of the Word of God
  • Revelation in Heathenism and in Nature
  • Revelation in the Bible

Revelation: Its Nature and Record 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 an academic lens to the book of Revelation
  • Offers a scientific approach to Revelation
  • Examines Revelation and religion in light of historical and social contexts

Contents

  • Introductory: The Doctrine of the Word of God
  • Part 1: The Nature of the Revelation of the Word of God
    • Revelation and Religion
      • Revelation
      • The Stages of Revelation
      • the Results of Revelation
  • Part 2: Revelation in Heathenism and in Israel
    • The Founding of a True Community of God
    • The Conflict Against All Degeneracy of Revelation
    • The Rise of the Power of the Holy Spirit
  • Part 3: Revelation in the Bible
    • What Preceded All Holy Scripture
    • The General Relation of Literature to the National Life
    • Natural Simplicity and Artificiality in Literature
    • The Advantages and Deficiencies of All Literature
    • The Origin of Holy Scripture
    • The Settlement and Limitation of the Canon
    • The Ante-canonical and Post-canonical Position of the Sacred Books
    • The Sanctity of the Bible Is Neither Arbitrarily Determined, nor Arbitrarily Determinable
    • The Further Signifigance of the Bible and Its Sanctity
    • The Sacredness of the Bible in Its Manifoldness and Unity
    • Conclusion. Comparison with Other Sacred Books
    • Consequences. Growing Worth of the Bible
    • The Rigid Use of the Bible
    • The Transition by means of the Bible to Revelation and Religion

Product Details

  • Title: Revelation: Its Nature and Record
  • Author: Georg Heinrich Ewald
  • Translator: Rev. Thomas Goadby
  • Publisher: T & T Clark
  • Publication Date: 1884
  • Pages: 493

About Georg Heinrich Ewald

Georg Heinrich August von Ewald (1803–1875) was a German theologian and professor who specialized in Asian studies, the Old Testament, and philosophy. He was born a son of a linen-weaver. Professor at the University of Göttingen for 10 years, Ewald was expelled for protesting against King Ernst August. He went on to become a professor at Tübingen, but returned to Göttingen after the liberal constitution was put in place again. Ewald wrote several scholarly works, including History of Israel and Commentary on the Prophets of the Old Testament.

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