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Re: Important works?

The Creation of a Fourth-Century Witness to the Andreas Text Type: A Misreading in the Apocalypse's Textual History. By Juan Hernández, Jr. (New Testament
Georg S. Adamsen
Mar 19, 2014
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Re: Important works?

... i must have missed the hernandez article, and couldn't find it on the list archives. Could you kindly provide that reference again? thanks john burnett.
asteresplanetai
Mar 19, 2014
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Re: Important works?

Dear list members, Thank you very much for your replies to my question about important works. I did read all the replies, but had to put off my thank you!
Georg S. Adamsen
Mar 18, 2014
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Re: Important works?

I would list the following books: Paul A. Rainbow, "The Pith of the Apocalypse: Essential Message and Principles for Interpretation" (Wipf & Stock, 2008).
Kenneth Gentry
Feb 3, 2014
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Re: Important works?

I have recently become aware of the relation of merkabah and hekhalot to the Book of Revelation, and have ordered the book "Paradise Now: Essays on Early
e_s_c_h_a_t_o_n
Jan 31, 2014
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Re: Important works?

How about Gerhard Maier’s two volume work on Revelation, Die Offenbarung des Johannes, from SCM R. Brockhaus? Ian R. Brown _____ From:
Ian R. Brown
Jan 30, 2014
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Re: Important works?

This might be interesting: The Creation of a Fourth-Century Witness to the Andreas Text Type: A Misreading in the Apocalypse's Textual History
Stephen Goranson
Jan 30, 2014
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Important works?

Dear list members I have not been able to follow Revelation research for several years. I visited amazon.com to browse for new books on Revelation, but found a
Georg S. Adamsen
Jan 30, 2014
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Re: Rev 20:4 = 1 group or 2 groups?

New Year's Greetings, Personally, I am less interested in modern interpretation than in the understanding of the earliest Christians in the tradition of the
e_s_c_h_a_t_o_n
Jan 1, 2014
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Re: Rev 20:4 = 1 group or 2 groups?

No, the firstfruits of 14.4 are Jewish while those of 20.4 are Christian.  Those of 14.4 are of the 144,000 Jews in cap 7. george gfsomsel  search for truth,
George F Somsel
Jan 1, 2014
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Re: the difficulty with Rev. 18:6

The first thing to understand is that she does not represent Rome—at least not exclusively.  Babylon represents all earthly realms which oppose God.  Also,
George F Somsel
Sep 11, 2013
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Re: the difficulty with Rev. 18:6

Rev 18:6 has clear verbal allusions to Jeremiah's extended fall-of-Babylon oracles. In Jeremiah, these make repeated use of second-person imperatives as a
Steve Thompson
Sep 10, 2013
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the difficulty with Rev. 18:6

On the surface, it seems that Rev. 18:6 is commanding John's audience to (violently) repay Babylon/Rome twofold for her sins. This verse seems to be at odds
Dustin Smith
Sep 10, 2013
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Maranaha

The Greek word ἔρχομαι appears 36 times in the Apocalypse.  It has been noted that the announcement of the coming of Christ appears 7 times in the
George F Somsel
Sep 6, 2013
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Re: Rev 20:4 = 1 group or 2 groups?

The subject of beheading in Matt and Mark is John the Baptizer. Our latter day Elijah. St. Paul’s beheading, if it took place during Nero’s reign may then
Moriah Plastics - Jason Coates
Sep 4, 2013
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