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Susan Fournier Mathews
A user-friendly guide to reading and understanding the last and enigmatic book of the New Testament, ideally suited for parish adult Bible study groups and college level inquiry.
An Introduction to the Bible's Apocalyptic Literature
William C. Nicholas
A study guide, for the average reader, on the apocalyptic literature in Scripture, focusing particularly on the books of Daniel and Revelation.
Homeletics of Hope
Dorothy Jonaitis O.P
Underscores the dramatic quality of apocalyptic texts and presents them as literature that gives hope to people in times of crises.
Scott Lewis S.J.
Surveys the past and present of the apocalyptic tradition.
Story of Revelation
Traces the development of the Christian understanding of revelation and how that understanding drifted away from its original meaning.
Embracing the Book of Revelations
Rev. Laurin Wenig
Offers readers an informed, accurate and pastoral background for listening to and reading the Book of Revelation.
Companion to the Book of Revelation
Rev Roland Faley
Both commentary on, and pastoral companion to, the Book of Revelation, this work points up the book's relevance in our time.
Dr. Margaret R. Nutting
A clear, popularly written interpretation of what the Bible says about the end of the world, with emphasis on God as love and savior.
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