In this substantial volume, academic George Wesley Buchanan turns his attention to the book of Revelation, presenting his remarks from an intertextual point of view. Taking each chapter of Revelation at a time, Buchanan examines the text and literary ramifications, and then gives insightful commentary. Comparing to other Scripture texts as well as historical and social contexts, Buchanan’s work on Revelation is essential to any student of the apocalypse. He also provides an introduction to intertextual discourse, conclusion, and a list of helpful appendices.
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