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Dragons, John, and Every Grain of Sand: Essays on the Book of Revelation
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Dragons, John, and Every Grain of Sand: Essays on the Book of Revelation

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College Press 2011

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Overview

The book of Revelation can be confusing. When you open its pages, you are surrounded by a world full of beasts, dragons, angels, demons, and even a slain lamb. So how do you make sense of these images? How do you handle this book full of difficult passages? Moreover, how do you apply a book so shrouded in mystery to the everyday lives of Christians? In this engaging book, 19 different scholars from around the world utilize their areas of expertise to explore general themes, confusing passages, and points of application in the book of Revelation.

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Key Features

  • Examines Revelation’s imagery and themes
  • Discusses and applies themes and lessons from Revelation
  • Collects essays from 19 scholars and professors

Contents

  • Dragons: General Studies in the Book of Revelation
  • John: Difficult Texts in the Book of Revelation
  • Every Grain of Sand: Application and the Book of Revelation

Contributors

Product Details

  • Title: Dragons, John, and Every Grain of Sand: Essays on the Book of Revelation
  • Editor: Shane J. Wood
  • Publisher: College Press
  • Publication Date: 2011
  • Pages: 324

About Shane J. Wood

Shane J. Wood is a professor of New Testament and spiritual formation at Ozark Christian College in Joplin, Missouri.