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Revelation (Tyndale New Testament Commentary (2020 Edition) Series)

Paperback|May 2017
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The book of Revelation is the most developed example of a scriptural writer wrestling with the ideological implications of the gospel, and engaging with an opposing system in the light of what God has done in Jesus. It is an...


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The book of Revelation is the most developed example of a scriptural writer wrestling with the ideological implications of the gospel, and engaging with an opposing system in the light of what God has done in Jesus.
It is an apocalypse, a letter and a prophecy. Ian Paul gives disciplined attention to the text, examines how John draws on the Old Testament, indicates how his message would have communicated and been understood in its first-century context, and makes connections with our contemporary world.

The book of Revelation is the most developed example of a scriptural writer wrestling with the ideological implications of the gospel, and engaging with an opposing system in the light of what God has done in Jesus. It is an apocalypse, a letter and a prophecy. Ian Paul gives disciplined attention to the text, examines how John draws on the Old Testament, indicates how his message would have communicated and been understood in its first-century context, and makes connections with our contemporary world.
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Tyndale New Testament Commentary Set (20 Vols) (Tyndale New Testament Commentary (2020 Edition) Series)

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Ian Paul

Stephen Travis is visiting lecturer at St. John's College inStephen Travis is visiting lecturer at St. John's College in Nottingham, England, where he served for many years as vice Nottingham, England, where he served for many years as vice principal and lecturer in New Testament. He is the author o principal and lecturer in New Testament. He is the author of several books on New Testament eschatology, including Chrif several books on New Testament eschatology, including Christian Hope and the Future, The Jesus Hope and Christ and thestian Hope and the Future, The Jesus Hope and Christ and theC

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