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An Exegetical Commentary: Revelation (2 vols.)

, 1992–1995

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Robert L. Thomas provides an in-depth, verse-by-verse analysis of Revelation in this two-volume commentary. Thomas not only concentrates on the various facets of literal/grammatical interpretation but also delivers on the main discussions of each verse in the Apocalypse. This work is an asset to academics, pastors and lay readers who want a broader exposure to various interpretations of the book of Revelation.

These volumes present an exegetical analysis of the entire book of Revelation. They reaffirm the basic framework of eschatology espoused by ancient Christianity but with added perspective of centuries of doctrinal progress in the Body of Christ. These detailed commentaries on the Greek text take some of the mystery out of the Bible's most confusing book.

An Exegetical Commentary on Revelation in two volumes represents years of methodical study on Revelation by Robert L. Thomas. These commentaries introduce a conservative, evangelical theology in a context familiar with a broad range of views.

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Key Features

  • Verse-by-verse commentary
  • In depth discussion of textual and critical matters
  • A strong case of a premillennial reading of Revelation
  • Introduction to authorship, date, purpose, structure, and theology of Revelation
  • An eleven-page bibliography
  • All Scripture references are linked to original language texts and English Bible translations
  • All words—English, Greek, Hebrew, and other original languages—linked to lexicons in your digital library

Individual Titles

Revelation 1-7 An Exegetical Commentary

  • Author: Robert L. Thomas
  • Publisher: Moody
  • Publication Date: 1992
  • Pages: 524

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This first volume in Robert L. Thomas’s Exegetical Commentary on Revelation covers chapters 1-7. It includes a detailed introduction that includes a discussion on authorship, analysis into dating the Book of Revelation, thoughts on literary genre and hermeneutical guidelines for interpreting Revelation.

In volume one of this verse-by-verse commentary, Thomas covers John’s vision of the Glorified Christ, the letters to the seven churches, and the opening of the first six seals with remarkable precision and attention to detail.

Revelation 8-22 An Exegetical Commentary

  • Author: Robert L. Thomas
  • Publisher: Moody
  • Publication Date: 1995
  • Pages: 720

Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6

In this second volume of Robert L. Thomas’s Exegetical Commentary on Revelations Robert gives a detailed dissection of the last 14 chapters of Revelation. There is also extended section where he discusses, in detail, the structure of Revelation, the kingdom of Christ in the Apocalypse, and an in depth look at the Seventh Bowl of the Apocalypse. He also includes an index of applicable ancient literature, and an index of modern authors.

Product Details

  • Title: An Exegetical Commentary on Revelation (2 vols.)
  • Author: Robert L. Thomas
  • Publisher: Moody
  • Volumes: 2
  • Pages: 1,244

About Robert L. Thomas

Robert L. Thomas, (Th.D., Dallas Theological Seminary) is professor of New Testament studies at The Master's Seminary in Sun Valley California. He is the author or coauthor of numerous books and other works.

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  1. Jürgen Wiedmann
  2. Jimmy R. Littlejohn Sr.
    A tremendous value to the study of Revelation of Jesus Christ. The verse by verse by verse is essential in this study. I agree with the other comments. A great investment
  3. Matthew Rini

    Matthew Rini


    Excellent commentary on the Book of Revelation, perhaps the best there is. I am extremely impressed with the level of depth and detail included in this commentary. I think that this is a "Must Have" Commentary for any serious student of the Book of Revelation.
  4. John Sacson

    John Sacson


    Any chance Logos will be doing dynamic pricing on this product in the near future? It would be a blessing! Thank you, John
  5. Charles Cooley
    I agree with Peter Wise's comment: "These two volumes are the most detailed, scholarly commentaries on Revelation from a pretribulational, premillennial perspective that I know of."
  6. Michael Sewell
  7. Robert J Richardson
  8. Peter Wise

    Peter Wise


    These two volumes are the most detailed, scholarly commentaries on Revelation from a pretribulational, premillennial perspective that I know of. Dr. Thomas was en engineer before getting his theological training at Dallas Theological Seminary. His writing reflects his analytical, scholarly approach, writing with great attention to detail. Dr. Thomas, early in his career wrote a thesis on the book of Revelation and it remained a lifelong area of passion for him. These volumes are the fruit of his lifetime of study on the book of Revelation. (Dr. Thomas was my faculty advisor at The Master's Seminary—I have the highest respect for his scholarship and contribution to Christ's kingdom.)
  9. Igor Puzyrev..
    These comments are very good. I used them in my sermons and biblical discourse while still a student. Probably one of the best I've ever seen in the study of Revelation.
  10. Jintae Seok

    Jintae Seok



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