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Publication Date: 19 Apr 2018
Series: Tyndale New Testament Commentary
Publisher: IVP
Words: 140780
Page Count: 396
Author: Ian Paul
ISBN-13: 9781783593446, 9781783593453

Revelation

An Introduction And Commentary
By Ian Paul
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Summary
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.
About the Author
Freelance theologian, writer, speaker, researcher, consultant. Associate Minister, St Nicholas’ Church, Nottingham; Managing Editor, Grove Books; Adjunct Professor of New Testament, Fuller Theological Seminary. Formerly Dean of Studies, St John's, Nottingham.

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