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  1. Randy Rogers
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    August 9, 2000
    Randy Rogers
    Beale's work is a major contribution to the study of the use of the Old Testament in John's Revelation. His book is not designed to explain the "end of the world," but instead he gives full thought to how John read and used the Old Testament. Beale's work shows the continuity of the last book of the Bible with the rest of scripture, and also sheds some new light on the thought and genius of John the Revelatorm as a biblical interpreter. The book itself is quite big and full of technical information. It makes a better reference tool than a general reader. Still, Beale adds in-depth analysis and theological conclusions which would benefit any preacher or serious student of Revelation.
  2. Rick Aguirre
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    July 2, 2000
    Rick Aguirre
    Gregory Beale's work is without question a monumental commentary on Revelation. It should remain a landmark on Revelation studies to come. Written from a conservative standpoint Beale wrestles with the texts in a sober fashion. Not all of his conclusions are convincing and he hardly deals with a major hermeneutic of Revelation, namely the preterist view. If the reader can overlook these flaws this book is highly recommended for serious study.
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