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More Than Conquerors: An Interpretation of the Book of Revelation

, 1967
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With an uninterrupted printing history since it was first published in 1939, William Hendriksen’s interpretation of the book of Revelation has served as a solid resource and a source of inspiration for generations. Whether you are a new or an experienced student of God’s Word, you will be enlightened by More Than Conquerors. In this commentary, Dr. Hendriksen challenges you to face a restless and confusing world with a joyful, confident spirit, secure in the knowledge that God reigns and is coming again soon. This straightforward and understandable interpretation makes a helpful resource for pastors, teachers, small group leaders, and anyone who regularly reads the Bible.

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  • Addresses biblical doctrine so as to remove confusion and fear
  • Encourages the reader through the text to have a joyful outlook on the coming of Christ
  • Dissects the book of the Bible meant to be a comfort to the church in its time of struggle
  • Offers thorough and intelligent exegesis
  • Purpose, Theme, and Authorship of Revelation
  • General Analysis
  • The Unity of the Book
  • Progressive Teaching Concerning Final Judgment
  • Symbolism in the Book
  • Background and Basis for Interpretation
  • Revelation 1: The Son of Man
  • Revelation 2, 3: The Seven Lampstands
  • Revelation 4–7: The Seven Seals
  • Revelation: 8–11: The Seven Trumpets
  • Revelation 12–14: The Christ Versus the Dragon and His Allies
  • Revelation 15, 16: The Seven Bowls
  • Revelations 17–19: The Fall of the Dragon’s Allies
  • Revelation 20–22: Victory through Christ
  • Title: More than Conquerors: An Interpretation of the Book of Revelation
  • Author: William Hendriksen
  • Publisher: Baker
  • Print Publication Date: 1967
  • Logos Release Date: 2013
  • Pages: 224
  • Era: era:contemporary
  • Language: English
  • Resources: 1
  • Format: Digital › Logos Research Edition
  • Subject: Bible. N.T. Revelation › Commentaries
  • ISBN: 9781441249548
  • Resource Type: Bible Commentary
  • Metadata Last Updated: 2022-02-12T04:39:47Z

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William Hendriksen (1900–1982) earned his ThD from Princeton Theological Seminary. He was professor of New Testament literature at Calvin Theological Seminary, coauthor of Baker’s New Testament Commentary, and author of several scholarly works.


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  1. A Reformed

    A Reformed


    When seeking to prove Amillennialism wrong, I was rebuked by the Scripture use and God-supplied basic logic of a book like this. At times it is not as thorough as I'd like it to be, yet it most certainly does the job and then-some. (Others recommend Beale for more technical info.) And I also disagree where he deviates slightly from the KJV tradition in regards to his own translation. Additional excellent works on Logos: Riddlebarger: "A Case for Amillennialism, Expanded Edition: Understanding the End Times" & "The Man of Sin: Uncovering the Truth about the Antichrist" Beale: "Revelation: A Shorter Commentary" apparently abridged from: "The Book of Revelation (The New International Greek Testament Commentary | NIGTC)" Outside of Logos: Hoeksema: "Behold, He Cometh!: An Exposition of the Book of Revelation" Engelsma: "Christ's Spiritual Kingdom: A Defense of Reformed Amillennialism" (And I'm looking forward to his: "The Church's Hope: The Reformed Doctrine of the End".)

  2. Jean Claude Petit
  3. Jack Curtin

    Jack Curtin


    Great insight into the circularity of the book of Revelation

  4. Richard



    A marvellous book which gave me many new insights into the interpretation of the book of Revelation. Normally, I was more aware of the literal and historical interpretations of the final book of Sacred Scriptures, so for me, this book was an extremely refreshing book to read. Throughout the book, the author shows also the Biblical interpretations he disagrees with. This gives the reader a more complete picture of different standpoints concerning a topic. Another good point is his clear writing style supported with many footnotes to make solid claims. Then some points he presents, are for me personally at this moment not in line with what I personally believe. I say this since many Christians have a completely different view of what Revelation is about, then what Hendriksen presents in this book. Nevertheless, he still is able to produce a compelling trail of arguments to fit the book of Revelation perfectly into the Bible as a whole.

  5. Tom



  6. Kenny Bayles

    Kenny Bayles


  7. Timothy C. Seal

    Timothy C. Seal


    Whether you agree with Hendriksen's conclusions, this is a must read. The introduction of this book is worth the price of the book.

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