5 edition of The Pentecostal Commentary on Revelation (Pentecostal Commentary) found in the catalog.
The Pentecostal Commentary on Revelation (Pentecostal Commentary)
August 24, 2005
by T&T Clark Ltd
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||288|
The woman clothed with the sun, and in travail, Revelation , Revelation The great red dragon waiting to devour the child as soon as born, Revelation , Revelation The woman is delivered of a son, who is caught up unto God; and she flees to the wilderness, Revelation , Revelation The war in heaven between Michael and the dragon, Revelation , Revelation 1. This article examines the book of Revelation and is the concluding part of a letter we wrote, the first part being posted in a previous article on this website.. 2. So, having briefly examined the passages for which you requested that I clarify my position, I would suggest looking into the book of Revelation now and carrying these understandings with us.
The book of Revelation is perhaps the most theologically complex and literarily sophisticated—and also the most sensual—document in the New Testament. In this commentary John Christopher Thomas's literary and exegetical analysis makes the challenging text of Revelation . Commentary on the Book of Revelation by Matthew Henry. Matthew Henry (18 October – 22 June ) was an English commentator on the Bible, who published his works in , (six-volume Exposition of the Old and New Testaments (–) or Complete Commentary), provides an exhaustive verse by verse study of the Bible, covering the.
Rev. The revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave him to show his servants the things that must soon take place.. Rev. Write therefore the things that you have seen, those that are and those that are to take place after this.. Rev. “Come up here, and I will show you what must take place after this.”. Rev. “And the Lord, the God of the spirits of the prophets, has sent. The Book of Revelation is the only book of the Bible that promises a special blessing to the reader. 1 (Many verses in the Bible encourage reading God's Word--in general--but only one book has the "audacity" to claim, in effect, "Read me, I'm special.") What is surprising is that, even for many avid Bible readers, this book is overlooked or neglected.
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The Book of Revelation in the Bible is one of the more difficult books of the Bible to understand. A Testimony of Jesus Christ is a commentary that explains some of the mysteries of Revelation.
Top 10 Revelation Commentaries. Please read: The “Top 10” list below is a starting point for learning about Revelation commentaries. It is not intended to be the “final word” because of its limitations.
For example, comparing a premillennial and amillennial commentary on Revelation is a little like comparing apples and oranges.
Gordon Fee's commentary would most probably not be regarded as "pentecostal" per se, but as a scholarly commentary from an evangelical perspective (haven't checked Logos' tagging on this, though).
I don't know this work, but the German translation of "How to read the bible for all it's worth", which does not read as a specifically pentecostal. He is the author of nine books including Footwashing in John 13 and the Johannine Community, The Devil, Disease, and Deliverance: Origins of Illness in New Testament Thought, The Apocalypse: A Literary and Theological Commentary, The Spirit of the New Testament, A Pentecostal Reads the Book of Mormon, and The Book of Revelation (THNTC) with.
David E. Aune, Word Biblical Commentary (WBC), Thomas Nelson, –, 1, pp. An advocate of source criticism and an expert in early Christian prophecy, The Pentecostal Commentary on Revelation book Aune examines the full range of secular and biblical literature in search of possible sources for the striking literary devices in Revelation—over three volumes and more than 1, pages.
Some note that although the term “church” (εκκλησία [ekklēsia]) is not found in chapters of the book of Revelation, “saints” (ἁγίων [hagiōn], Rev. Rev. +) are frequently the subject of the events of the Tribulation this does not prove that the Church is present at that time because saints is a generic term which describes believers of all ages.
The images in Revelation have a foundation in prophetic books of the scriptures. By connecting Revelation to the Old Testament prophecies I believe we can understand the book as the first century audience did.
Revelation Made Clear walks through the book of Revelation looking for the clearest and most natural understanding of the book. The Revelation is the only book in the NT mentioning John as author.
John mentions his name four times in the book (Revelation ; Revelation ; Revelation ; Revelation ). Justin the martyr (around to AC), Irenaeus (around to AC) and the Muratori Canon (end of 2 nd century) confirm that the Apostle John is the author.
Free Bible Commentaries on Daniel and the Revelation, Ezra, Amos, Isaiah. Easy to read language and all online for free. 'Pure evil in the flesh': 2 brothers, 1 woman arrested in Polk County triple homicide - Duration: WFLA News Channel 8 3, views.
A dynamic commentary on the Book of Revelation. Welcome to !We hope this dynamic commentary is a beneficial study tool in your devotion to the Word of God. Before beginning to go through the content of Revelation, we recommend that you read through the introduction, overview, and hermeneutical sections to familiarize yourself with the framework concerning this.
Pentecostal Commentary Series This series was taken over from Deo Publishing in September A series of commentaries on biblical books, from a Pentecostal perspective. In this insightful commentary, respected New Testament scholar Gordon D.
Fee unpacks Galatians with a major concern for readers to consider the book of Galatians as if the Reformation had never happened, which takes the focus off the justification by faith or by works issue.
Fee explains 'the concern lies not in how one begins life in Christ, but whether, oncebegun, one must also add these. Revelation is the only New Testament book on which John Calvin did not write a commentary. Herein IVP in its "Brazos Theological Commentary on the Bible" delivers a fascinating volume on the Book of Revelation that is a fine resource for ministers, Seminary teachers, students, and learned s: Commentary on Revelation by E.W.
Bullinger. This document has been generated from XSL (Extensible Stylesheet Langua ge) source with RenderX XEP Formatter, version Client Academic. Revelation Overview, One of over Bible commentaries freely available, this commentary, filling six volumes, provides an exhaustive look at every verse in the Bible.
Fifty days after the resurrection of Jesus Christ from death and the grave, and ten days after He ascended up into heaven, a great event took place, the equal of which the world has not witnessed since.
This event is designated in the Bible as “the day of Pentecost” (Acts ). It was the day on which the Holy Spirit made a unique visit to the earth. : Revelation (Pentecostal Commentary) (): Skaggs, Rebecca, Benham, Priscilla C.: Books. Commentary Book of Revelation – Glossary Revelation Readings # Master Index Related Resources: 1.
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Books: a. Interpreting the Revelation. The Best Commentaries on Revelation. Here are my favorite commentaries on Revelation. Of course, there are other great Bible commentaries on this book.
But hopefully my list will get you started: Revelation (commentary) by Ben Witherington III* Revelation (NCCS) by Gordon Fee* Revelation (Interpretation) by Eugene Boring* Revelation: Believers.
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A story is told of a woman who was given a copy of a certain no so-called "revelation" which is out of harmony with the Word of God.A commentary on the Book of Revelation. In the study of any book of the Bible or any topic of Scripture, a certain amount of ground work is needed for understanding, orientation, and motivation.
This is particularly so with the Book of Revelation or prophecy in general. Revelation is a book that has been called everything from a hodgepodge of.In many respects, it is outstanding.
Beale's commentary is the place to turn for insight on the many Old Testament allusions and echoes in the book of Revelation. My fundamental reservation about the book has to do with Beale's modified idealist approach.
Revelation is a prophecy (; ;10, 18, 19).