A Commentary on the Revelation of John (Google eBook)

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Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, Jan 1, 1972 - Religion - 308 pages
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A scholarly and comprehensive exposition of Revelation written in the language of the layperson. The verse-by-verse commentary is preceded by a brief discussion of authorship, date, setting, structure, and various methods of interpretation as well as by an analytical outline of the book.
  

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User Review  - c.j. - Christianbook.com

George Ladd was a New Testament scholarat Fuller Seminary in Calfornia. This commentary was written back in 1972 whenthe craze for Hal Lindsey books was ridinghigh. Ladd wrote this commentary on ... Read full review

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User Review  - Ross A Taylor - Christianbook.com

The description above says it all. It is written for the lay person by a scholar and could be a useful starter for the student. It is verse by verse with the key text in bold. It blends the preterist ... Read full review

Contents

Prologue and First Vision
19
The Letters to the Seven Churches
36
The Letters to the Seven Churches continued
55
The Heavenly Throne
70
The Sealed Book
79
The Six Seals
95
The Two Multitudes
110
The Seventh Seal and the Six Trumpets
121
Visions of ASsurance
188
Preparation for the Bowls
203
The Seven Bowls
209
The Mystery of Babylon
220
The Judgment of Babylon
235
The Coming of Christ
244
The Messianic Triumph
259
The Consummation
275

The Six Trumpets continued
129
The Angel and the Little Book
140
The Measuring of the Temple and the Two Witnesses
149
The Dragon the Woman and Her Seed
165
The Two Beasts
176

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About the author (1972)

Ladd was professor of New Testament exegesis and theology at Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, California.

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