This scholarly and comprehensive exposition of Revelation is written in the language of the layperson, making this the ideal resource for the pulpit, classroom, or personal study. The verse-by-verse commentary follows a brief discussion of authorship, date, setting, structure, and various methods of interpretation (Preterist, Historical, Idealist, and Futurist). It also includes an analytical outline on the Revelation of John. This is a highly readable look at one theBible's most difficult books.
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.
George Eldon Ladd (19111982) was professor of New Testament exegesis and theology at Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, California. His numerous books include The New Testament and Criticism, A Commentary on the Revelation of John, and T