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Number of Pages: 96
Vendor: Liturgical Press
Publication Date: 2006
|Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches)|
Series: New Collegeville Bible Commentary
New Collegeville Bible Commentary #6: Galatians and RomansRobert J. KarrisLiturgical Press / 2005 / Trade Paperback$5.99 Retail:
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New Collegeville Bible Commentary #4: The Gospel According to John and the Johannine LettersScott M. LewisLiturgical Press / 2005 / Trade Paperback$8.19 Retail:
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Full of awesome and gruesome scenes that seem to provoke more fear than faith, the Book of Revelation is often read as a roadmap through the doom and gloom of the end time. Correctly understood, however, this grand finale of the New Testament is aloud and clear call to conversion as well as a message of hope and consolation for Christians of every age.
Catherine Cory carefully explains the variety of Visions that unfold in kaleidoscopic fashion throughout the book. Scenes from the Old Testament form collages that convey the central theme; namely, that God is in control and evil is being conquered. The breathtaking conclusion resounds with God's promise, Behold, I make al things new."
Cory's lucid style reveals the true message of the Book of Revelation.
Catherine Ann Cory, PhD, is an associate professor in the theology department, at the University of Saint Thomas, St.Paul, Minnesota.
About the Series▼▲
Comprehensive and understandable, the New Collegeville Bible Commentary series brings the timeless messages and relevance of the Old Testament to today's readers. With recent scholarship, this series provides vital background and addresses important questions such as authorship and cultural context. The New Collegeville Bible Commentary books use the New American Bible translation and will appeal to preachers, teachers, Bible study groups, and all readers of the Bible.