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  • Author:
    Gerald L. Stevens
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    1606088793
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    978-1606088791
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    Wipf & Stock Pub (January 1, 2011)
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    240 pages
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Essays on Revelation: Appropriating Yesterday's Apocalypse in Today's World. Understanding the Book of Revelation as Cultural Literature: John’S Vision Influenced by Past and Present World Empires, Middle Eastern Gods and Goddesses, and Roman Emperor Worship. The Victor Sayings in the Book of Revelation. Apocalypse and Allegiance: Worship, Politics, and Devotion in the Book of Revelation. Spectacles of Empire: Monsters, Martyrs, and the Book of Revelation. A Confident Peace: Letting Revelation Change the Way You Live.

Title: Essays on Revelation Format: Hardcover Number of Pages: 240 Vendor: Pickwick Publications Publication Date: 2011. Dimensions: . 2 X . 8 X . 6 (inches) Weight: 1 pound 1 ounce ISBN: 1498254268 ISBN-13: 9781498254267 Stock No: WW254267. ▲. Have a question about this product? Ask us here. Find Related Products. The book of Revelation perennially provokes outlandish futurist predictions proven patently false over time. Such prophecy failures leave the inquiring mind with a strong sense that the book of Revelation is nothing but a hoax, safely ignored and without contemporary relevance. The inevitable practical result, not only for church members, but for their ministers as well, is a canonical book stripped bare of canonical authority.

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The Book of Revelation, often called the Book of Revelations, Revelation to John, Apocalypse of John, The Revelation, or simply Revelation, the Revelation from Jesus Christ (from its opening words) or the Apocalypse, is the final book of the New Test.

The Book of Revelation, often called the Book of Revelations, Revelation to John, Apocalypse of John, The Revelation, or simply Revelation, the Revelation from Jesus Christ (from its opening words) or the Apocalypse, is the final book of the New Testament, and therefore also the final book of the Christian Bible

Essays on Revelation. appropriating yesterday's apocalypse in today's world. Urban persons : city and identity in the book of Revelation, Richard Warren Johnson. The text of Revelation : why neither Armageddon nor 666 may be exactly what you think, James Jeffrey Cate.

Essays on Revelation. by Gerald L. Stevens. Published 2010 by Pickwick Publications in Eugene, Or. Written in English. Criticism, interpretation, Bible. Confronting the Beast : the imperial cult and the book of Revelation, Richard Warren Johnson. How green was John's world : ecology and Revelation, James Jeffrey Cate. Revelation as drama : a staging of the apocalypse, Sylvie T. Raquel.

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The book of Revelation perennially provokes outlandish futurist predictions proven patently false over time. Such prophecy failures leave the inquiring mind with a strong sense that the book of Revelation is nothing but a hoax, safely ignored and without contemporary relevance. The inevitable practical result, not only for church members, but for their ministers as well, is a canonical book stripped bare of canonical authority. In this volume, six contributors collectively attempt to provide a path toward recanonizing Revelation, reclaiming its authority and relevance through christological foundations. The result is a book not only useful in the collegiate and seminary classroom, but also for serious small-group Bible studies wanting to glean from Revelation something deeper than a fear of being "left behind"