From Every People and Nation: The Book of Revelation in Intercultural Perspective
David M. Rhoads
Fortress Press - Religion - 277 pages
A diverse group of New Testament scholars and theologians offer myriad paths to a better understanding of the Book of Revelation. They discuss topics such as Hispanic / Cuban American and African American perspectives, ecological issues, postcolonial themes, and liberation theology. The book also provides a set of guidelines for intercultural Bible study.The volume's contributors include: Brian K. Blount Justo Gonz lez Harry O. Maier Clarice J. Martin James Okoye Tina Pippin Pablo Richard Barbara R. Rossing V tor Westhelle Khiok-Khng Yeo
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Revelation Clarity and Ambivalence A HispanicCuban American Perspective
Coming Out of Babylon A FirstWorld Reading of Revelation among Immigrants
Polishing the Unclouded Mirror A Womanist Reading of Revelation 1813
Power and Worship Revelation in African Perspective
The Heroine and the Whore The Apocalypse of John in Feminist Perspective
Reading the Apocalypse Resistance Hope and Liberation in Central America
For the Healing of the World Reading Revelation Ecologically
Hope for the Persecuted Cooperation with the State and Meaning for the Dissatisfied Three Readings of Revelation from a Chinese Context
Intercultural Bible Study Three Principles
Intercultural Bible Study Some Suggestions for Group Interaction
Reading Profile Cultural Identity Social Location Personal Perspectives
A Study Guide for Ten Sessions of Two Hours
Revelation 13 Between the Colonial and the Postcolonial a Reading from Brazil
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African American Apocalypse of John Asia Minor author of Revelation Babylon Babylon/Rome Beast Bible study Biblical Interpretation Book of Revelation challenge chapter 13 China Chinese Christians Christ churches colonial context critique cultural interpretation cultural/social location David Rhoads depicts destruction dialogue diverse divine dominant Domitian dragon earth ecological economic emperor enslaved eschatology ethical evil experience exploitation faith female feminist first-century future gender God's heaven hope human ideology idolatry idols imagery imperial imperial cult intercultural Jerusalem Jesus John's Justo Gonzalez Lamb language Left Behind series liberation lives male Maoism means narrative nations NewJerusalem Nicolaitans oppression participants Pergamum persecution perspective political postcolonial power dynamics present prophet readers reading of Revelation reality religion religious resistance Revelation's rhetorical Roman Empire Rome Satan Signifying slave narratives slavery slaves social location spiritual symbolic Testament theology tion traditional transformation violence vision Whore witness womanist women words worship
Page 36 - Then one of the elders said to me, "Do not weep. See, the Lion of the tribe of Judah, the Root of David, has conquered, so that he can open the scroll and its seven seals.
Page 30 - When He opened the fifth seal, I saw under the altar the souls of those who had been slain for the word of God and for the testimony which they held. And they cried with a loud voice, saying, 'How long, O Lord, holy and true, until You judge and avenge our blood on those who dwell on the earth...