Shbc Bible Commentary: Revelation (Smyth & Helwys Bible Commentary Series)
Introduction1. Prologue And The Commissioning Of John 1:1-202. The Messages To The First Four Churches 2:1-293. The Messages To The Other Three Churches 3:1-224. The Throne Of God 4:1-115. The Lamb And The Scroll 5:1-146. The First Six Seals 6:1-177....
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Introduction1. Prologue And The Commissioning Of John 1:1-202. The Messages To The First Four Churches 2:1-293. The Messages To The Other Three Churches 3:1-224. The Throne Of God 4:1-115. The Lamb And The Scroll 5:1-146. The First Six Seals 6:1-177. An Interlude 7:1-178. The Seventh Seal And The First Four Trumpets 8:1-139. The Fifth And Sixth Trumpets 9:1-2110. The Mighty Angel And The Little Scroll 10:1-1111. The Temple, The Two Witnesses, And The Seventh Trumpet 11:1-1912. The Vision Of The Great Dragon 12:1-1813. The Two Beasts 13:1-1814. Interlude 14:1-2015. Seven Angels With Seven Bowls 15:1-816. The Pouring Of The Seven Bowls 16:1-2117. The Great Whore 17:1-1818. Laments On Earth 18:1-2419. Celebration In Heaven And The Triumphant Christ 19:1-2120. The Millennial Reign And The Defeat Of Satan 20:1-1521. New Heaven And New Earth And The Holy City 21:1-2722. The River Of Life And Epilogue 22:1-21BibliographyIndex Of Modern AuthorsIndex Of SidebarsIndex Of ScripturesIndex Of Topics
This commentary on the book of Revelation combines serious scholarship with contemporary application of the meaning of the texts, helping the modern reader understand and appreciate the last book of the Bible. For many persons in the church, Revelation has frequently become a non-functioning part of the canon. Reddish believes that the church has an obligation to reclaim the book of Revelation and allow it to speak afresh as a powerful voice containing the message of God.The visual and auditory richness of Revelation is an important part of John's presentation of his message. Reddish maintains that the visions, symbols, and seemingly strange images in the book are to be experienced more than explained.
Mitchell.G. Reddish is O.L. Walker Professor of Christian Studies and Chair of the Department of Religious Studies at Stetson University.