Bibliography on the Revelation to John

Loren L. Johns • June 2002

 

Textual Criticism and the Greek of the Apocalypse

History of Interpretation and Hermeneutical Theory

Commentaries, Commentaries about Commentaries, Study Guides, Dictionary Articles

Intertextuality, Genre Studies, and Apocalypticism in Early Judaism

Literary Criticism, Symbol Studies, and Postmodern Criticism

Revelation in Feminist Interpretation

Revelation in Art

Revelation in Worship and Liturgy

Revelation and the Dead Sea Scrolls

Historical Background: General

Historical Background: Emperor Worship

Archaeological Background and Astrology

The Persecution Question

Theological Studies

Christology

Eschatology

Ethics, Political Ethics

Exegetical Studies, Revelation 1

Exegetical Studies, Revelation 2–3

Exegetical Studies, Revelation 4–5

Exegetical Studies, Revelation 6–8

Exegetical Studies, Revelation 9–11

Exegetical Studies, Revelation 12–13

Exegetical Studies, Revelation 14–17

Exegetical Studies, Revelation 18

Exegetical Studies, Revelation 19–20

Exegetical Studies, Revelation 21–22

 

Textual Criticism and the Greek of the Apocalypse <top>

R. G. Bratcher, A Translator's Guide to the Revelation to John (Helps for Tanslators Series; Stuttgart: United Bible Societies, 1984).

J. K. Elliott, “Manuscripts of the Book of Revelation Collated by H. C. Hoskier,” Journal of Theological Studies 40 (April 1989) 100-10. Journal√.

Z. C. Hodges, “The Critical Text and the Alexandrian Family of Revelation,” Bibliotheca Sacra 119 (1962) 129-38. Journal√.

>>H. C. Hoskier, Concerning the Text of the Apocalypse: Collations of All Existing Greek Documents (2 volumes; London/Springfield, IL: Bernard Quaritch/Good Books).

--------, Concerning the Date of the Bohairic Version: Covering a Detailed Examination of the Text of the Apocalypse and a Review of Some of the Writings of the Egyptian Monks (London: Bernard Quaritch, 1911).

>>G. D. Kilpatrick, “Professor J. Schmid on the Greek Text of the Apocalypse,” Vigiliae Christianae (1959) 1-13.

J. Schmid, “Der Apokalypse-Text des Oikumenios,” Biblica (1959) 933-42. Journal√.

--------, “Neue Griechische Apocalypsehandschriften,” Zeitschrift für neutestamentliche Wissenschaft 59 (1968) 250-8. Journal√.

--------, Untersuchungen zur Geschichte des Griechischen Apokalypsetextes (Texte und Forschungen zur Byzantinisch-Neugriechischen Philologie 17; Athens: Verlag der Byzantinisch-neugriechischen Jahrbucher, 1936).

--------, Studien zur Geschichte des Griechischen Apokalypse-Textes (München: Karl Zink Verlag, 1955-1956). This is one of the most comprehensive textual analyses of any of the books of the New Testament.

W. G. Kümmel, “Der Text der Offenbarung des Johannes,” Theologische Literaturzeitung (1957) 249-5. Journal√.

G. Maldfeld, “Zur Geschichte des Griechische Apokalypsetextes,” Theologische Zeitschrift (1958) 47-52. Journal√.

G. Mussies, “The Morphology of Koine Greek as Used in the Apocalypse of St. John,” New Testament Studies 27 (1971). Journal√.

>>G. Mussies, “The Greek of the Book of Revelation,” L’Apocalypse Johannique et l’Apocalyptique dans le Nouveau Testament (Bibliotheca Ephemeridum Theologicarum Lovaniensium 53; ed. J. Lambrecht; Leuven: Leuven University Press, 1980) 167-77.

C. G. Ozanne, “The Language of the Apocalypse,” Tyndale House Bulletin 16 (1965) 3-9. Journal√.

M. Petit, Les Apocalypse Manuscrites du Moyen Age et les Tapisseries de la Cathedral d’Anders (Paris, 1869).

S. E. Porter, “The Language of the Apocalypse in Recent Discussion,” New Testament Studies 35/4 (1989) 582-603. Journal√.

R. V. G. Tasker, “The Chester Beatty Papyrus of the Apocalypse of John,” Journal of Theological Studies (1949) 60-8. Journal√.

S. Thompson, The Apocalypse and Semitic Syntax (Society for New Testament Studies Monograph Series 52; Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985). 228.048 T47.

L. P. Trudinger, “oJ ajmhvn (Rev. 3:14) and the Case for a Semitic Original of the Apocalypse,” Novum Testamentum 14 (1972) 277-9. Journal√.

P. Trummer, “Einige Aspekte Zur Bildersprache der Johannesapokalypse,” Metaphorik und Mythos (ed. K. Kertelge) 278-90.

B. Weiss, Die Johannes-Apokalypse: Textkritische Untersuchungen und Textherstellung (Texte und Untersuchungen Zur Geschichte der Altchristlichen Literatur; Leipzig: J.C. Hinrichs, 1891).

 

History of Interpretation and Hermeneutical Theory <top>

G. R. Beasley-Murray, “Commentaries on the Book of Revelation,” Theology 66 (1963) 52-6. Journal√.

R. Bultmann, “Review of Lohmeyer’s Commentary on the Apocalypse,” Review, Theologische Literaturzeitung 52 (1927) 505-12. Journal√.

M. Camille, “Visionary Perception and Images of the Apocalypse in the Later Middle Ages,” The Apocalypse in the Middle Ages (eds. R. K. Emmerson and B. McGinn; Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 1992) 276-89. 228.060902 A64.

D. D. Clymer, Index to Periodical Literature on the Book of Revelation (Master’s thesis; R. A. Lowery; South Hamilton, Mass.: Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, 1975).

N. Cohn, The Pursuit of the Millennium: Revolutionary Millenarians and Mystical Anarchists of the Middle Ages (2d ed.; New York: Oxford University Press, 1970).

E. R. Daniel, “Joachim of Fiore: Patterns of History in the Apocalypse,” The Apocalypse in the Middle Ages (eds. R. K. Emmerson and B. McGinn; Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 1992) 72-88. 228.060902 A64.

T. A. Dughi, The Breath of Christ’s Mouth: Apocalypse and Prophecy in Early Reformation Ideology (Ph.D. Dissertation; Johns Hopkins University, 1990).

C. Durousseau, “The Commentary of Oecumenius on the Apocalypse of John: A Lost Chapter in the History of Interpretation,” Biblical Research: Journal of the Chicago Society of Biblical Research 29 (1984) 21-34. Journal√.

R. K. Emmerson and R. B. Herzman, The Apocalyptic Imagination in Medieval Literature (Philadelphia, 1992).

R. K. Emmerson, Antichrist in the Middle Ages: A Study of Medieval Apocalypticism, Art, and Literature (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1981).

R. K. Emmerson and B. McGinn, ed, The Apocalypse in the Middle Ages (Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 1992). 228.060902 A64.

A. Feuillet, The Apocalypse (trans. T. E. Crane; Staten Island, N.Y.: Alba House, 1965). 228 F43.

P. Fredriksen, “Tyconius and Augustine on the Apocalypse,” The Apocalypse in the Middle Ages (eds. R. K. Emmerson and B. McGinn; Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 1992) 20-37. 228.060902 A64.

>>E. S. Fiorenza, “Revelation,” The New Testament and Its Modern Interpreters (The Bible and Its Modern Interpreters; eds E. J. Epp and G. W. MacRae; Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1989) 407-27 225.60904 N53.

A. Hamilton, “The Apocalypse Within: Some Inward Interpretations of the Book of Revelation from the Sixteenth to the Eighteenth Century,” Tradition and Re-Interpretation in Jewish and Early Christian Literature: Essays in Honour of Jürgen C. H. Lebram (Studia Post-Biblica; eds. J. W. v. Henten, H. J. d. Jonge, P. T. v. Rooden and J. W. Wesselius; Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1986) 269-83 296.1 T76.

R. B. Herzman, “Dante and the Apocalypse,” The Apocalypse in the Middle Ages (eds. R. K. Emmerson and B. McGinn; Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 1992) 398-413. 228.060902A64.

>>R. L. Jeske and D. L. Barr, “The Study of the Apocalypse Today,” Religious Studies Review 14/4 (1988) 337-44. Journal√.

P. Kitson, “Lapidary Traditions in Anglo-Saxon England, Part II: Bede’s Explanatio Apocalypsis and Related Works” (ed. P. Clemoes), Anglo-Saxon England 12 (1983) 73-123.

P. K. Klein, “Introduction: The Apocalypse in Medieval Art,” The Apocalypse in the Middle Ages (eds. R. K. Emmerson and B. McGinn; Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 1992) 159-99.

>>C. R. Koester, “On the Verge of the Millennium: A History of the Interpretation of Revelation,” Word & World 15/2 (1995) 128-36. Journal√.

A. T. Kraabel, Judaism in Western Asia Minor Undre the Roman Empire, with a Preliminary Study of the Jewish Community at Sardis (Ph.D. Dissertation; Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University, 1968).

H. Kraft, “Zur Offenbarung des Johannes,” Theologische Rundschau 38/2 (1973) 81-91. Journal√.

G. Kretschmar, Die Offenbarung des Johannes: Die Geschichte Ihrer Auslegung Im 1. Jahrtausend (Calwer Theologische Monographien; Stuttgart: Calwer Verlag, 1985).

R. E. Lerner, “The Medieval Return to the Thousand-Year Sabbath,” The Apocalypse in the Middle Ages (eds. R. K. Emmerson and B. McGinn; Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 1992) 51-71. 228.060902 A64.

S. Lewis, “Tractatus Adversus Judaeos in the Gulbenkian Apocalypse,” The Art Bulletin 68 (December 1986) 543-66.

M. Lieb, “Milton’s ‘Chariot of Paternal Deitie’ as a Reformation Conceit,” Journal of Religion 65 (July 1985) 359-77. Journal√.

J. Lourcat, L’Apocalypse d’Angers (Paris, 1955).

T. W. Mackay, “Early Christian Millenarianist Interpretation of the Two Witnesses in John’s Apocalypse 11:3-13,” Chap. 12, By Study and Also by Faith 1 (eds. J. M. Lundquist and S. D. Ricks; Salt Lake City: Deseret Book Company, 1990) 222-331.

--------, “Early Christian Exegesis of the Apocalypse,” Studia Biblica 1978; 3: Papers on Paul and Other New Testament Authors (Journal for the Study of the New Testament Supplement Series 3; ed. E. A. Livingstone; Sheffield, Eng.: JSOT Press, 1980). 220.6 I613, v.3.

G. Maier, Die Johannesoffenbarung und die Kirche (Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament 25; Tübingen: J. C. B. Mohr, 1981).

E. A. Matter, “The Apocalypse in Early Medieval Exegesis,” The Apocalypse in the Middle Ages (eds. R. K. Emmerson and B. McGinn; Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 1992) 38-50. 228.060902 A64.

B. McGinn, Visions of the End: Apocalyptic Traditions in the Middle Ages (New York: Columbia University Press, 1979). 236.0902 V83.

P. M. Mendham, “Interpreting the Book of Revelation [Bibliog],” St. Mark’s Review 122 (June 1985) 23-8. Journal√.

C. Mesters, “’Listening to What the Spirit is Saying to the Churches’: Popular Interpretation of the Bible in Brazil,” The Bible and Its Readers (eds. W. Beuken, S. Freyne and A. Weiler; London, Eng., and Philadelphia, Pa.: SCM Press and Trinity Press International, 1991). 220.6 B58r.

J. R. Michaels, Interpreting the Book of Revelation (Guides to New Testament Exegesis; Grand Rapids, Mich.: Baker Book House, 1992). 228.061 M62.

J. Moffatt, “Notes on Recent New Testament Study,” Expositor 3 (7th s.) (1907) 88-90.

--------, “Wellhausen and Others on the Apocalypse,” Expositor (1909) 224-41.

R. S. Morton, A History of Religions Analysis of Revelations [Sic] 4-5 (Th.D. dissertation; Lutheran School of Theology, 1985).

>>F. J. Murphy, “The Book of Revelation,” Current Research in Biblical Studies 2 (1994) 181-225.

>>R. L. Muse, The Book of Revelation: An Annotated Bibliography (Books of the Bible; gen ed H. O. Thompson; New York and London: Garland Publishing, 1996).

C. L. Nessan, “When Faith Turns Fatal: David Koresh and Tragic Misreadings of Revelation,” Currents in Theology and Mission 22 (June 1995) 191-9. Journal√.

K. G. C. Newport, Apocalypse and Millennium: Studies in Biblical Eisegesis (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000). 228.060903 N55.

C. A. Patrides and J. Wittreich, eds, The Apocalypse in English Renaissance Thought and Literature (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1984).

>>J. Paulien, “Recent Developments in the Study of the Book of Revelation,” Andrews University Seminary Studies 26/2 (1988) 229-42. Journal√.

R. L. Petersen, Preaching in the Last Days: The Theme of “Two Witnesses” in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993). 228.06 P48p.

>>J. J. Pilch, What Are They Saying About the Book of Revelation? (New York: Paulist, 1978).

J. J. Poesch, Antichrist Imagery in Anglo-French Apocalypse Manuscripts (Ann Arbor, Mich.: UMI, 1988).

>>J. E. Priest, “Contemporary Scholarship and the Revelation,” Johannine Studies: Essays in Honor of Frank Pack (ed. J. E. Priest; Malibu, Cal.: Pepperdine University Press, 1989) 182-204.

P. Prigent, “L’Apocalypse: Exégèse Historique et Analyse Structurale,” New Testament Studies 26 (1980) 127-37. Journal√.

M. Reeves, The Figurae of Joachim of Fiore (Oxford-Warburg Studies; collaborator B. Hirsch-Reich; Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1972).

E. G. Richey, The Politics of Revelation in the English Renaissance (Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1998).

>>J. W. Roberts, “The Interpretation of the Apocalypse: The State of the Question,” Restoration Quarterly 8/3 (1965) 154-62. Journal√.

E. Romero Pose, “Ticonio y su Comentario al Apocalipsis,” Salmanticensis 32 (1985) 35-48.

L. J. Satre, “Interpreting the Book of Revelation,” Word & World 4 (Winter 1984) 57-69. Journal√.

M. Sauder, An Introduction to the Pamp[h]let “The Peaceful Kingdom of Christ: An Exposition on the Twentieth Chapter of Revelations” by Peter Twisk and a Treatise by Several Other Authors Bearing on the Same Subject (Elmira, Ont.: Menno Sauder, 1943).

A. Shorter, Revelation and Its Interpretation (London: Geoffrey Chapman, 1983). 228.06 S55.

P. K. Smith, “The Apocalypse of St. John and the Early Church,” Journal of Bible and Religion 25 (1957) 187-95. Journal√.

K. B. Steinhauser, “The Structure of Tyconius’ Apocalypse Commentary: A Correction,” Vigiliae Christianae 35/4 (1981) 354-7.

A. Stevenson, The Symbolic Parables of the Church, the World, and the Antichrist: Being the Separate Predictions of the Apocalypse Viewed in Their Relation to the General Truths of Scripture (Edinburgh: T. and T. Clark, 1877).

J. Stevenson, ed, A New Eusebius: Documents Illustrative of the History of the Church to A.D. 337 (S.P.C.K. Large Paperbacks 1; London: S.P.C.K., 1968). 270.1 St4.

N. B. Stonehouse, The Apocalypse in the Ancient Church: A Study in the History of the New Testament Canon (Goes, Netherlands: Oosterbaan & Le Cointre, 1929).

>>K. A. Strand, “The Book of Revelation: A Review Article on Some Recent Literature,” Andrews University Seminary Studies 11/2 (1973) 181-93. Journal√.

--------, Interpreting the Book of Revelation: Hermeneutical Guidelines, with Brief Introduction to Literary Analysis (Worthington, Ohio, 1976). 228.06 S89.

J.-W. Taeger, “Einige Neuere Veröffentlichungen zur Apokalypse des Johannes,” Verkündigung und Forschung 29 (1984) 50-75. Journal√.

--------, Johannesapokalypse und Johanneischer Kreis: Versuch einer Traditionsgeschichtlichen Ortsbestimmung am Paradigma der Lebenswasser-Thematik (Beiheft zur Zeitschrift für die Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft und die Kunde der Alteren Kirche 51; Berlin: De Gruyter, 1989).

U. Vanni, “L’Apocalypse Johannique: État de la Question,” L’Apocalypse Johannique et l’Apocalyptique dans le Nouveau Testament (Bibliotheca Ephemeridum Theologicarum Iovaniensium 53; ed. J. Lambrect; Paris and Gembloux; Louvain: Duculot; Leuven University Press, 1980) 21-46.

Victorinus, Commentary on the Apocalypse of the Blessed John, Ante-Nicene Fathers (trans. R. E. Wallis; Buffalo, 1886). REF 270.1 D55.

P. Vielhauer, “Apocalypses and Related Subjects: Introduction” (revised by G. Strecker), New Testament Apocrypha (eds. W. Schneemelcher and E. Hennecke; trans. R. M. Wilson; Louisville, Ky.: Westminster/John Knox Press, 1992) 542-602. 229 H39n.

S. Virgulin, “Recent Discussion of the Title ‘Lamb of God’,” Scripture 13 (1961) 74-80. Journal√.

W. Vogel, “The Eschatological Theology of Martin Luther; Part II: Luther’s Exposition of Daniel and Revelation,” Andrews University Seminary Studies 25/2 (Summer 1987) 183-99. Journal√.

>>A. W. Wainwright, Mysterious Apocalypse: Interpreting the Book of Revelation (Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1993). 228.0609 W13.

J. Weiss, Die Offenbarung des Johannes: Ein Beitrag zur Literatur- und Religionsgeschichte (Forschungen zur Religion und Literatur des Alten und Neuen Testaments; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1904).

J. Williams, “Purpose and Imagery in the Apocalypse Commentary of Beatus of Liébana,” The Apocalypse in the Middle Ages (eds. R. K. Emmerson and B. McGinn; Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 1992) 217-33. 228.060902 A64.

J. Wittreich, “The Apocalypse: A Bibliography,” The Apocalypse in English Renaissance Thought and Literature: Patterns, Antecedents and Repercussions (eds C. A. Patrides and J. Wittreich; Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1984) 369-440.

 

Commentaries, Commentaries about Commentaries, Study Guides, and Dictionary Articles <top>

>>D. E. Aune, Revelation 1-5, 6–16, 17–22 [3 vols.]. Word Commentaries (Dallas: Word Books, 1997–1999). An exhaustive collection of literary and historical background material that occasionally sheds light on the text. Aune is reticent about offering theological interpretations or even in adjudicating historical debates. REF 220.7 W92 v.52.

--------, “Revelation,” Harper’s Bible Commentary (gen ed J. L. Mays; San Francisco: Harper & Row, 1988) 1300-19. A good concise commentary on the Apocalypse. REF 220.7 M31.

--------, “The Revelation to John (Apocalypse),” The HarperCollins Study Bible (gen ed W. A. Meeks; New York: HarperCollins Publishers, 1993) 2307-37. Aune is the author of the annotations on Revelation in the HarperCollins Study Bible. REF 220.52043 H29.

W. Barclay. Revelation, 2 vols. (Daily Study Bible; Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1976). REF 220.7 G44.

M. Barker. The Revelation of Jesus Christ: Which God Gave to Him to Show to His Servants What Must Soon Take Place (Revelation 1.1) (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 2000). 228.06 B25.

>>D. Barr, Tales of the End: A Narrative Commentary on the Book of Revelation. Polebridge Press, 1998.

>>G. K. Beale, The Book of Revelation: A Commentary on the Greek Text. New International Greek Testament Commentary (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1999). Combines extensive historical background with theological interests and sensitivity. REF 225.7 N53.

G. R. Beasley-Murray, “Commentaries on the Book of Revelation,” Theology 66 (1963) 52-6. Journal√.

--------, “The Revelation,” The New Bible Commentary Revised (3d ed.; Grand Rapids, Mich.: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 1970) 1279-310. 220.7 G98.

--------, The Book of Revelation (New Century Bible Commentary; 2d ed.; Grand Rapids, Mich.: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 1978). REF 220.7 C39.

I. T. Beckwith, The Apocalypse of John (New York: Macmillan, 1919). A standard English commentary on the Apocalypse from the beginning of the 20th century. 228 B38.

P. D. Bender, New Heaven on a New Earth [Revelation] (Faith and Life Bible Studies; Newton, Kan.: Faith and Life Press, 1985). 228.007 B45.

D. Berrigan, Beside the Sea of Glass: The Song of the Lamb (”A Crossroad Book.”; New York: Seabury Press, 1978).

--------, The Nightmare of God (Sunburst Originals 9; Portland, Or.: Sunburst Press, 1983). Berrigan is a political activist and lay Episcopalean who offers a fresh and idiosyncratic reading of the Apocalypse as political tract for the 20th century.

O. Böcher, Die Johannesapokalypse (Erträge der Forschung 41; 2d ed.; Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1980). A commentary by someone who has paid close attention to the recent history of the interpretation of the Apocalypse.

*M. E. Boring, Revelation (Interpretation: A Bible Commentary for Teaching and Preaching; Louisville: John Knox, 1989). An excellent commentary for bringing the best of historical background to the service of theological reflection and pastoral ministry. REF 220.7 M47. Also available online.

W. Bousset, Die Offenbarung Johannis (Kritisch-Exegetischer Kommentar über das Neue Testament 16; 6th ed.; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck und Ruprecht, 1966). Perhaps the most important and influential German commentary on the Apocalypse.

G. W. Buchanan, The Book of Revelation: Its Introduction and Prophecy (The Mellen Biblical Commentary 22; Lewston/Queenston/Lampeter: Mellen Biblical Press, 1993). A commentary that concentrates on the way in which John drew on various textual traditions in his day.

E. W. Bullinger, Commentary on Revelation (Grand Rapids, Mich.: Kregel Publications, 1984). A conservative 19th-century commentary on Revelation.

>>G. B. Caird, The Revelation of St. John the Divine (Black’s New Testament Commentaries; 2d ed.; London: Adam & Charles Black, 1984). A well-loved classic English commentary on the Apocalypse that emphasizes its pastoral message. REF 225.7 B56.

R. H. Charles, A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Revelation of St. John (The International Critical Commentary; 2 vols.; Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 1920). REF 220.7 In7.

J. H. Charlesworth, “The Apocalypse of John: Its Theology and Impact on Subsequent Apocalypses,” Pt. 2, The New Testament Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha: A Guide to Publications, with Excursuses on Apocalypses (ed. J. H. Charlesworth; Metuchen and London: The American Theological Library Association and Scarecrow Press, 1987) 19-51. O16.2299 C47.

G. G. Cohen, Understanding Revelation (Chicago: Moody Press, 1978).

A. Y. Collins, The Apocalypse (New Testament Message: A Biblical-Theological Commentary 22; Wilmington, Del.: Michael Glazier, Inc., 1979). REF 225.7 H31.

--------, “Book of Revelation,” Anchor Bible Dictionary, Volume 5 (O-Sh) (gen ed D. N. Freedman; New York: Doubleday, 1992) 694-708. REF 220.3 A53.

E. Corsini, The Apocalypse: The Perennial Revelation of Jesus Christ (Good News Studies 5; trans & ed F. J. Moloney, S.D.B.; Wilmington: Michael Glazier, Inc., 1983). 228.6 C82.

J. M. Court, Revelation (New Testament Guides; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press). 228.06 C86b.

V. Eller, The Most Revealing Book of the Bible: Making Sense Out of Revelation (Grand Rapids, Mich.: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1974). 228 E45. Also available online.

--------, Study Guide to ‘The Most Revealing Book of the Bible: Making Sense Out of Revelation’ (LaVerne, Cal.: LaVerne College Press, 1977). 228 E45 Guide.

>>J. Ellul, Apocalypse: The Book of Revelation (New York: Seabury Press, 1977). 228.06 E47.

D. Ewert, The Church Under Fire: Studies in Revelation (Winnipeg, Man.: Kindred Press, 1988).

A. M. Farrer, A Rebirth of Images: The Making of St. John’s Apocalypse (Albany, N.Y.: State University of New York Press, 1986). 228 F24.

E. S. Fiorenza, The Apocalypse (Herald Biblical Booklets; Chicago: Franciscan Herald Press, 1976). 228.06 F51.

--------, Invitation to the Book of Revelation: A Commentary on the Apocalypse with Complete Text from the Jerusalem Bible (Garden City, N.Y.: Image Books, 1981). B228.077 F51.

--------, The Book of Revelation: Justice and Judgment (Philadelphia: Fortress, 1985). 228.06 F51b.

--------, Revelation: Vision of a Just World (Proclamation Commentaries; Minneapolis: Fortress, 1991). REF 220.7 P96.

J. M. Ford, Revelation (The Anchor Bible 38; Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday & Company, 1975). REF 220.7 An2, v.38 or 228.077 M41.

M. H. Franzmann, The Revelation to John: A Commentary (St. Louis, Mo.: Concordia Publishing House, 1976).

S. R. Garrett, “Revelation,” The Women’s Bible Commentary ed C. Newsom and S. H. Ringe (Louisville, Ky.: Westminster John Knox, 1992) 377-82. REF 220.7 W87.

A. J. P. Garrow, Revelation (New Testament Readings; London and New York: Routledge, 1997).

C. H. Giblin, The Book of Revelation: The Open Book of Prophecy (Good News Studies 34; Collegeville, Minn.: The Liturgical Press, 1991). 228.077 G44.

S. M. Gilmour, The Revelation to John, The Interpreter’s Bible Commentary (New York: Abingdon Press, 1957).

T. F. Glasson, The Revelation of John (Cambridge Bible Commentary; 1965). REF 220.7 C15.

C. G. González and J. L. González, Revelation (Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press, 1997). Available online only.

>>T. Grimsrud, Triumph of the Lamb: A Self-Study Guide to the Book of Revelation (foreword by W. M. Swartley; Scottdale, Pa.: Herald Press, 1987). 228.0076 G86.

W. J. Harrington, Revelation (Sacra Pagina 16; Wilmington, Del.: Michael Glazier, 1993). REF 225.7 S12.

W. Hendriksen, More Than Conquerors: An Interpretation of the Book of Revelation (6th ed.; Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1952). A leading exponent of amillennialistic eschatology. 228 H49.

*>>W. Howard-Brook and A. Gwyther, Unveiling Empire: Reading Revelation Then and Now (The Bible and Liberation Series; Maryknoll, N.Y.: Orbis Books, 1999). 228.06 H84.

P. E. Hughes, The Book of the Revelation: A Commentary (Grand Rapids: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1990). 228.077 H89.

G. Hunt, Revelation: The Lamb Who is the Lion (A Fisherman Bible Studyguide; 2d ed.; Wheaton, Ill.: Harold Shaw Publishers, 1994).

>>R. L. Jeske, Revelation for Today: Images of Hope (Philadelphia: Fortress, 1983). 228.07 J58.

A. F. Johnson, Revelation (Bible Study Commentary; Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1983).

D. Johnson, Triumph of the Lamb: A Commentary on Revelation (Presbyterian and Reformed, 2001).

S. P. Kealy, The Apocalypse of John (Message of Biblical Spirituality 15; Wilmington, Del.: M. Glazier, 1987). 228.06 K24.

M. Kiddle, The Revelation of St. John (The Moffatt New Testament Commentary; M. K. Ross; New York: Harper & Brothers, 1940). 225.7 M72.

J. Knight, Revelation (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1999).

H. Kraft, Die Offenbarung des Johannes (Handbuch Zum Neuen Testament; Tübingen: J. C. B. Mohr, 1974) 297 pp. A leading modern German commentary on the Apocalypse.

G. A. Krodel, Revelation (Augsburg Commentary on the New Testament; Minneapolis: Augsburg Publishing House, 1989). REF 225.7 A92.

G. E. Ladd, El Apocalipsis de Juan: Un Comentario (Miami: Caribe, 1978).

--------, A Commentary on the Revelation of John (Grand Rapids: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1972). 228 L15.

J. P. Lange, Revelation (Lange’s Commentary on the Holy Scriptures: Critical, Doctrinal and Homiletical 24; ed. E. R. Craven, gen ed P. Schaff; trans. E. Moore, collaborator J. H. Woods; Grand Rapids, Mich.: Zondervan, 1950).

D. H. Lawrence, 1885-1930, Apocalypse (Penguin Twentieth-Century Classics; introd by R. Aldington, 1892-1962; Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1974).

D. H. Lawrence, Apocalypse and the Writings on Revelation (ed. M. Kalnins; Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1980).

H. Lilje, The Last Book of the Bible: The Meaning of the Revelation of St. John (Philadelphia: Muhlenberg Press, 1957). 228 L62.

E. Lohmeyer, Die Offenbarung des Johannes (Handbuch zum Neuen Testament 16; 6th ed.; Tübingen: J.C.B. Mohr, 1953). 225.7 H19.

E. Lohse, Die Offenbarung des Johannes (Das Neue Testament Deutsch: Neues Göttinger Bibelwerk; 12th ed.; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1979).

A. F. Loisy, L’Apocalypse de Jean (Paris: Èmile Nourry, 1923).

J. P. Love, The First, Second, and Third Letters of John; the Letter of Jude; the Revelation to John (The Layman’s Bible Commentary 25; Atlanta: John Knox Press, 1960). 220.7 L45.

N. Ludwig, “From the Risen Christ to the Churches: Commentary of the Revelation to John,” Epiphany: A Journal of Faith and Insight 4/2 (Winter 1983) 94-103.

B. J. Malina, The New Jerusalem in the Revelation of John: The City as Symbol of Life with God (Zacchaeus Studies: New Testament; gen ed M. A. Getty; Collegeville, Minn.: Liturgical Press, 2000). 228.06 M25.

J. J. Megivern, “Jacques Ellul’s Apocalypse,” Review, Biblical Theology Bulletin (1981?) 125-8. Journal√.

B. Merritt, The Patmos Conspiracy (Nappanee, Ind.: Evangel Press, 1990).

B. M. Metzger, Breaking the Code: Understanding the Book of Revelation (Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1993).

P. S. Minear, I Saw a New Earth: An Introduction to the Visions of the Apocalypse (foreword by M. M. Bourke; Washington and Cleveland: Corpus Books, 1968). 228 M66.

L. Morris, The Revelation of St. John: An Introduction and Commentary (Tyndale New Testament Commentaries 20; 2d ed.; Grand Rapids: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1987). REF 225.7 T97.

R. H. Mounce, The Book of Revelation (New International Commentary on the New Testament; Revised edition; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1977). REF 225.7 N42.

--------, What Are we Waiting for? A Commentary on Revelation (Grand Rapids, Mich.: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 1992).

--------, The Book of Revelation (Grand Rapids: Wm B. Eerdmans Publishing Co, 1998). 228.07 M92.

S. Moyise, Studies in the Book of Revelation (New York: Continuum, 2001).

M. R. Mulholland, Revelation: Holy Living in an Unholy World (Grand Rapids, Mich.: F. Asbury Press, 1990).

U. B. Müller, Die Offenbarung des Johannes (Oekumenischer Taschenbuch-Kommentar Zum Neuen Testament; Güttersloh and Wurzburg: Güttersloher Verlagshaus, Gerd Mohn, and Echter Verlag, 1984).

F. J. Murphy, Fallen is Babylon: The Revelation to John (Harrisburg, Pa.: Trinity Press International, 1998). 228.07 M97.

R. C. Naden, The Lamb Among the Beasts: A Christological Commentary on the Revelation of John That Unlocks the Meaning of Its Many Numbers (Hagerstown, Md.: Pacific Press Publishers Association, 1996).

J. P. Newport, The Lion and the Lamb: A Commentary on the Book of Revelation for Today (Nashville: Broadman Press, 1986).

--------, El Leon y el Cordero (El Paso: Casa Bautista, 1989).

D. T. Niles, As Seeing the Invisible (New York: Harper, 1961). 228 N59.

J. Oman, The Book of Revelation (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1923).

E. Onstad, Courage for Today, Hope for Tomorrow: A Study of the Revelation (Minneapolis: Augsburg Publishing House, 1975).

A. Palles, Notes on St. John and the Apocalypse (London: Oxford University Press, 1926).

E. F. Palmer, Mastering the New Testament: 1,2,3 John & Revelation (The Communicator’s Commentary Series; gen ed L. J. Ogilvie; Word, Inc., 1982).

F. Palmer, The Drama of the Apocalypse in Relation to the Literary and Political Circumstances of Its Time (New York: Macmillan, 1903).

O. R. Palmer, Studies in Revelation (Philadelphia: Harris & Partridge, Incorporated). REF 225.7 C734.

A. S. Peake, The Revelation of John (London: Holborn Press, 1920). 228 P31.

E. H. Peterson, Reversed Thunder: The Revelation of John and the Praying Imagination (San Francisco: Harper & Row, 1988). 228.06 P48.

A. Pieters, The Lamb, the Woman and the Dragon: An Exposition of the Revelation of St. John (Grand Rapids, Mich.: Zondervan Publishing House, 1937). 228 P61L.

T. Pippin, “Revelation,” Searching the Scriptures: A Feminist-Ecumenical Commentary ed. E. S. Fiorenza (New York: Crossroad/Continuum, 1994). 220.6082 S43.

S. E. Porter and C. A. Evans, ed, The Johannine Writings (The Biblical Seminar 32; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1995). 226.5 J65.

P. Prigent, L’Apocalypse de Saint Jean (Lausanne: Delachaux, 1981). REF 225.7 C73.

G. Quispel, The Secret Book of Revelation: The Last Book of the Bible (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1979).

P. Richard, Apocalypse: A People’s Commentary on the Book of Revelation (The Bible & Liberation Series; Maryknoll, N.Y.: Orbis Books, 1995). 228.07 R51.

D. W. Richardson, The Revelation of Jesus Christ (Richmond, Va.: John Knox Press, 1939). 228 R39.

M. Rissi, Time and History: A Study on the Revelation (trans. G. C. Winsor; Richmond, Va.: John Knox Press, 1966). 228 R59E.

M. Rist, “The Revelation of St. John the Divine,” Interpreter’s Bible, Volume 12 (gen ed G. A. Buttrick; New York: Abingdon Press, 1957) 345-613. 220.7 In8.

H. Ritt, Offenbarung des Johannes (Die Neue Echter Bibel: Kommentar Zum Neuen Testament mit der Einheitsübersetzung; Würzburg: Echter Verlag, 1988).

R. F. Robbins, The Revelation of Jesus Christ (Nashville: Broadman Press, 1975).

J. Roloff, Die Offenbarung des Johannes (Züricher Bibelkommentare NT; Zürich: Theologischer Verlag, 1984).

--------, The Revelation of John: A Continental Commentary (trans. J. E. Alsup; Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1993). REF 225.7 E92E.

>>C. Rowland, The Book of Revelation: Introduction, Commentary, and Reflections, New Interpreter's Bible, vol. 12 (Nashville: Abingdon, 1998) 501-743. An excellent commentary by someone sensitive to the ethical and political implications of Revelation. Also available on CD. REF 220.7 N534.

--------, Revelation (Epworth Commentaries; London: Epworth Press, 1993).

C. C. Ryrie, Revelation (Chicago: Moody Press, 1968).

E. A. Schick, El Apocalipsis (El Nuevo Testamento y su Mensaje 23; 3d ed.; Barcelona: Herder, 1985). REF 225.7 M15.

--------, Revelation: The Last Book of the Bible (Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1977).

B. Schlink, Patmos--When the Heavens Opened (Carol Stream, Ill.: Creation House, 1976).

J. A. Seiss, The Apocalypse: Exposition of the Book of Revelation (Grand Rapids: Kregel, 1987).

R. Shelly, The Lamb and His Enemies: Understanding the Book of Revelation (Nashville, Tenn.: 20th Century Christian Foundation, 1983).

S. G. Sinclair, Revelation: A Book for the Rest of Us (Berkeley, Calif., 1992).

S. S. Smalley, Thunder and Love: John’s Revelation and John’s Community (Anchor Bible Series; Milton Keynes: Nelson Word, Ltd., 1994). 228.067 S63.

R. H. Smith, Apocalypse: A Commentary on Revelation in Words and Images (Collegeville, Minn.: Liturgical Press, 2000). 228.07 S65.

J. E. Stanley, “Some Words on the Bible’s Last Word: An Assessment of Four Recent Commentaries on Revelation,” Christian Scholar’s Review 22/3 (1993) 291-6. Journal√.

J. L. Stauffer, Studies in the Revelation of Jesus Christ (Harrisonburg, Va.: Tract Press). M228 St2.

F. Steinwender, Die Kommende Neue Welt: Das Letzte Buch der Bibel, Neu Gehort (Lahr-Dinglingen: St.-Johannes-Druckerei C. Schweickhardt, 1991).

K. A. Strand, “Paul Minear’s I Saw a New Earth,” Review, Andrews University Seminary Studies 8 (1970) 197-9. Journal√.

A. Strobel, “Apokalypse des Johannes,” Theologische Realenzykopädie (Theologische Realenzykopädie 3; Berlin and New York: De Gruyter, 1978) 174-89.

R. Summers, Worthy is the Lamb: An Interpretation of Revelation (Nashville: Broadman Press, 1951). 228 Su6w.

J. Sweet, Revelation (Philadelphia: Trinity Press International, 1990).

H. B. Swete, The Apocalypse of St. John: The Greek Text with Introduction, Notes, and Indices (3d ed.; London: Macmillan and Co., 1909) 228 Sw4.

C. H. Talbert, The Apocalypse: A Reading of the Revelation of John (Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press, 1994). 228.07 T13.

A. A. Taushev, The Apocalypse in the Teachings of Ancient Christianity: An Orthodox Commentary (trans. F. S. Rose; Platina, Cal.: St. Herman of Alaska Brotherhood, 1995).

M. C. Tenney, Interpreting Revelation (Grand Rapids: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 1957). 228 T25.

L. L. Thompson, The Book of Revelation: Apocalypse and Empire (New York, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1990). 228.06 T66.

U. Vanni, Apocalipsis (Brescia: Morcelliana, 1980).

E. Walhout, Revelation Down to Earth: Making Sense of the Apocalypse of John (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2000).

R. W. Wall, Revelation (New International Bible Commentary 18; Peabody, Mass.: Hendrickson Publishers, 1991). REF 220.7 I612.

J. F. Walvoord, The Revelation of Jesus Christ: A Commentary (Chicago: Moody Press, 1966). 228 W24.

J. C. Wenger, Christ, the Redeemer and Judge: Brief Studies in the Revelation, for Young People (Scottdale, Pa.: Herald Press, 1942). 228 W48.

A. Wikenhauser, Die Offenbarung des Johannes (3d ed.; Regensburg, 1959).

--------, El Apocalipsis de San Juan (Barcelona: Herder, 1981).

M. Wilcock, The Message of Revelation: I Saw Heaven Opened (The Bible Speaks Today; Downers Grove, Ill.: Inter-Varsity Press, 1975).

T. Zahn, Die Offenbarung des Johannes (Wuppertal: Brockhaus, 1986). 225.7 Z19, v.19-20.

 

Christology <top>

C. K. Barrett, “The Lamb of God,” New Testament Studies 1 (1954/1955) 210-8. Journal√.

D. M. Beck, “The Christology of the Apocalypse of John,” New Testament Studies: Critical Essays in New Testament Interpretation, with Special Reference to the Meaning and Worth of Jesus (ed. E. P. Booth; New York and Nashville: Abingdon-Cokesbury Press, 1942).

>>M. E. Boring, “Narrative Christology in the Apocalypse,” The Catholic Biblical Quarterly 54/4 (October 1992) 702-23. Journal√.

--------, “The Voice of Jesus in the Apocalypse of John,” Novum Testamentum 34 (4 1992) 334-59. Journal√.

G. L. Carey, “The Lamb of God and Atonement Theories,” Tyndale Bulletin 32 (1981) 97-122. Journal√.

J. H. Charlesworth, “The Jewish Roots of Christology: The Discovery of the Hypostatic Voice,” Scottish Journal of Theology 39/1 (1986) 19-41. Journal√.

R. R. Creech, Christology and Conflict: A Comparative Study of Two Central Themes in the Johannine Literature and the Apocalypse (Dissertation, Baylor University; 1984).

J. D’Sousza, The Lamb of God in the Johannine Writings (Pontifica Universitas Urbaniana; Allahabad: St. Paul Publications, 1968).

S. A. Edwards, “Christological Perspectives in the Book of Revelation,” Christological Perspectives: Essays in Honor of Harvey K. McArthur (eds R. F. Berkey and S. A. Edwards; New York: Pilgrim Press, 1982) 139-54. 232 B51.

A. Feuillet, “The Teaching of the Apocalypse,” Word and Mystery: Biblical Essays on the Person and Mission of Christ (ed. L. J. O’Donovan; Glen Rock, N.J.: Newman Press, 1968).

G. Florovsky, “Lamb of God,” Scottish Journal of Theology 4 (1951) 13-28. Journal√.

D. Guthrie, “The Lamb in the Structure of the Book of Revelation,” Vox Evangelica 12 (1987) 64-71. Journal√.

N. Hillyer, “’The Lamb’ in the Apocalypse,” Evangelical Quarterly 39/4 (1967) 228-36. Journal√.

Hohnjek, to\ a)rni/on--Das Lamm. .

>>J. Jeremias, “a)mno/j, a)rh\n, a)rni/on,” Theological Dictionary of the New Testament (ed. G. Kittel, trans and ed G. W. Bromiley; Grand Rapids: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1964) 338-41. REF 225.3 K62E.

>>L. L. Johns, The Lamb in the Rhetorical Program of the Apocalypse of John, in Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers, vol. 2 (Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1998): 762-84. 220.6 S67  1991.

--------, The Origins and Rhetorical Force of the Lamb Christology of the Apocalypse of John (Ph.D. Dissertation; 1998). 228.06 J65.

M. Jonge, de, “The Use of the Expression Ho Christos in the Apocalypse of John,” L’Apocalypse Johannique et l’Apocalyptique dans le Nouveau Testament (Bibliotheca Ephemeridum Theologicarum Lovaniensium 53; ed. J. Lambrecht; Leuven: Leuven University Press, 1980) 267-81.

G. Kennedy, The Lion and the Lamb (New York: Abingdon-Cokesbury Press, 1950). 248 K37.

K. Koch, “Das Lamm, das Ägypten Vernichtet. Ein Fragment Aus Jannes und Jambres und Sein Geschichtlicher Hintergrund,” Zeitschrift für die neutestamentliche Wissenschaft 57 (1966) 79-93. Journal√.

W. Koester, “Lamm und Kirche in der Apokalypse,” Festschrift Für M. Meinertz (1951) 152-64.

D. Koresh, “The Decoded Message of the Seven Seals of the Book of Revelation,” Unpublished paper (preface by P. Arnold, compiler J. D. Taylor)Houston: Reunion Institute, 1994).

G. E. Ladd, “The Lion is the Lamb (Apoc),” Eternity 16 (1965) 20-2. Journal√.

“Lamm,” Real-Encyklopädie der Christlichen Alterhümer ii (ed. F. X. Kraus; 1886) cols. 264-7.

A. Läpple, “Das Geheimnis des Lammes: Das Christusbild der Offenbarung des Johannes,” Bibel und Kirche 39 (1984) 53-8. Journal√.

H. Leclerq, “Agneau,” Dictionnaire d’Archéologie Chrétienne et de Liturgie i (Carbol, F., Leclercq, H.; 1970-1953) cols. 877-905.

B. Lindars, “A Bull, a Lamb and a Word: 1 Enoch 90:38,” New Testament Studies 22 (1975-1976) 483-6. Journal√.

E. Lohse, Märtyrer und Gottesknecht: Untersuchungen zur Urchristlichen Verkündigung Sühntod Jesu Christi (Forschungen Zur Religion und Literatur des Alten und Neuen Testaments 46; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck und Ruprecht, 1955).

P. M. MacDonald, “Lion as Slain Lamb: On Reading Revelation Recursively,” Horizons 23/1 (1996) 29-47.

C. Markschies, “Hie ist das Recht Osterlamm: Christuslamm und Lammsymbolik bei Martin Luther und Lucas Cranach,” Zeitschrift für Kirchengeschichte 102/2 (1991) 209-30. Journal√.

G. Martelet, “Das Lamm, Erwählt vor Grundlegung der Welt,” Internationale Katholische Zeitschrift “Communio” 9 (January-February 1980) 36-44.

M. Maxwell, Revelation: A Bible Commentary for Every Day (Doubleday Bible Commentary; New York: Doubleday, 1998).

P. M. McDonald, “Lion as Slain Lamb: On Reading Revelation Recursively,” Horizons 23/1 (1996) 29-47.

B. McGinn, “Revelation,” The Literary Guide to the Bible (eds R. Alter and F. Kermode; Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, Belknap1987) 523-44. 809.93522 L77.

J. McGinnis, The Doctrine of the Lamb of God in the Apocalypse (Dissertation, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; 1944).

F. Meinecke, Das Symbol des Apokalyptischen Christuslammes als Triumphbekenntnis der Reichskirche (Frankfurt, 1908).

M. S. Moore, “Jesus Christ: ‘Superstar’,” Novum Testamentum 24 (January 1982) 82-91. Journal√.

J. C. d. Moor and E. v. Staalduine-Sulman, “The Aramaic Song of the Lamb,” Journal for the Study of Judaism 24/2 (1993) 266-79. Journal√.

R. H. Mounce, “Christology of the Apocalypse,” Foundations 11 (January-March 1968) 42-51. Journal√.

--------, “Worthy is the Lamb,” Chap. 5, Scripture, Tradition, and Interpretation: Essays Presented to Everett F. Harrison by His Students and Colleagues in Honor of His Seventy-Fifth Birthday (eds W. W. Gasque and W. S. LaSor; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1978) 60-9. 220.6 G24.

U. B. Müller, Messias und Menschensohn in Jüdischen Apokalypsen und in der Offenbarung des Johannes (Studien Zum Neuen Testament; Gütersloh: Mohn, 1972).

B. Murmelstein, “Das Lamm in Test. Jos. 19:8,” Zeitschrift für die neutestamentliche Wissenschaft 59 (1968) 273-9. Journal√.

K. Nielsen, “Shepherd, Lamb, and Blood: Imagery in the Old Testament--Use and Reuse,” Studia Theologica 46/2 (1992) 121-32. Journal√.

F. Nikolasch, Das Lamm als Christussymbol in Den Schriften der Väter (Vienna: Herder, 1963). 281.1 N58.

J. C. O’Neill, “The Lamb of God in the Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs,” New Testament Backgrounds: A Sheffield Reader (The Biblical Seminar 43; eds. C. A. Evans and S. E. Porter; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1997) 46-66.

T. Osborn, The Lion and the Lamb: A Drama of the Apocalypse (New York and Cincinnati: Abingdon Press, 1922).

A. S. Peake, “The Person of Christ in the Revelation of John,” Mansfield College Essays (London, 1909) 91-106. 204 F15m.

J. A. d. Rand, “The Song of the Lamb Because of the Victory of the Lamb,” Neotestamentica 29/2 (1995) 203-10. Journal√.

M. G. Reddish, “Martyr Christology in the Apocalypse,” Journal for the Study of the New Testament 33 (1988) 85-95. Journal√.

J. D. Robb, “Who is to Come,” Expository Times? 73 (1961-62) 338-9. Journal√.

B. W. Rodgers, The Christ of the Apocalypse: A Study in the Origin and Nature of the Christology of the Book of Revelation (Dissertation, General Theology Seminary; 1965).

C. Rowland, “The Vision of the Risen Christ in Rev. 1:13ff.: The Debt of an Early Christology to an Aspect of Jewish Angelology,” Journal of Theological Studies 31 (1980) 1-11. Journal√.

S. Sabugal, “El Titulo oJ Cristov" en el Apocalypsis,” Augustinianum 12 (1972) 319-40.

A. v. Schlatter, Die Geschichte des Christus (2d ed.; Stuttgart: Calwer, 1923).

H. Schlier, “Jesus Christus und die Geschichte Nach der Offenbarung,” Einsichten: Feschrift Für G. Krüger (Frankfurt am Main: P. Lang, 1962) 316-33.

T. E. Schmauk, “The Paschal Lamb,” Lutheran Church Review 10 (1891) 127-63.

M. H. Shepherd, Jr., The Paschal Liturgy and the Apocalypse (Richmond: John Knox, 1960). 264 Sh4p.

J. M. Sherwood, The Lamb in the Midst of the Throne, or, The History of the Cross (New York, 1883).

T. B. Slater, Christ and Community: A Socio-Historical Study of the Christology of Revelation (JSNT Supplement Series, 178; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1999). Journal√.

C. F. Sleeper, The Victorious Christ: A Study of the Book of Revelation (Louisville, Ky.: Westminster John Knox Press, 1996).

F. C. Spurr, “The Centrality of Jesus Christ [Rev. 5:6],” Expository Times 35 (1923-1924) 33-5. Journal√.

B. A. Stevens, “Jesus as the Divine Warrior,” The Expository Times 94 (August 1983) 326-9. Journal√.

K. A. Strand, “The ‘Victorious-Introduction’ Scenes in the Visions in the Book of Revelation,” Andrews University Seminary Studies 25 (Autumn 1987) 267-88. Journal√.

L. T. Stuckenbruck, Angelology and Monotheistic Belief in the Christology of the Apocalypse of John (Ph.D. Dissertation; Princeton, N.J., 1993).

--------, “One Like a Son of Man as the Ancient of Days in The Old Greek Recension of Daniel,” Zeitschrift für die Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft 86 (1995) 268-76. Journal√.

--------, “Ho Huios Tou Anthropou Hos Palaios Ton Hemeron [The Son of Man as the Ancient of Days, in Greek],” Deltio Biblikon Meleton 25/15 (January-June 1996) 8-14.

G. Sutcliff, “The Liturgy of the Lamb,” Orate Fratres 24 (1949-1950) 200-3. Journal√.

H. W. Tribble, “The Christ of the Apocalypse,” Review and Expositor 40 (1943) 167-76.

E. Trocmé, “Lamb of God,” The Oxford Companion to the Bible (eds. B. M. Metzger and M. D. Coogan; New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993) 418-9. REF 220.3 M59.

W. C. v. Unnik, “’Worthy is the Lamb’: The Background of Apoc 5,” Mélanges Bibliques en Hommage au R. P. Béda Rigaux (eds. A. Descamps and A. d. Halleux; Gembloux: Duculot, 1970) 445-61.

S. Virgulin, “Recent Discussion of the Title ‘Lamb of God’,” Scripture 13 (1961) 74-80. Journal√.

J. D. Weaver, “Atonement for the Nonconstantinian Church,” Modern Theology 6/4 (July 1990) 307-23. Journal√.

H. R. Weber, The Way of the Lamb: Christ in the Apocalypse: Lenten Meditations (Risk Book Series 36; Geneva: World Council of Churches Publications, 1988). 242.34 W37.

P. Whale, “The Lamb of John: Some Myths About the Vocabulary of the Johannine Literature,” Journal of Biblical Literature 106 (1987) 289-95. Journal√.

M. Wojciechowski, “Apocalypse 21:19-20: Des Titres Christologiques Cachés dans la Liste des Pierres Précieuses,” New Testament Studies 33/1 (1987) 153-4. Journal√.

 

Literary Criticism, Symbol Studies, and Postmodern Criticism <top>

D. L. Barr, “The Apocalypse as a Symbolic Transformation of the World: A Literary Analysis,” Interpretation 38 (January 1984) 39-50. Journal√.

>>--------, “The Apocalypse as Oral Enactment,” Interpretation 40 (1986) 243-56. Journal√.

--------, “Elephants and Holograms: From Metaphor to Methodology in the Study of John’s Apocalypse,” Society of Biblical Literature 1986 Seminar Papers (Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers; ed. K. H. Richards; Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1986) 400-11. 220.6 S67  1986. Journal√.

--------, “How Were the Hearers Blessed? Literary Reflections on the Social Impact of John’s Apocalypse,” Proceedings, Eastern Great Lakes and Midwest Biblical Society (ed. P. Redditt; 1988) 49-59.

>>--------, Tales of the End: A Narrative Commentary on the Book of Revelation. Polebridge Press, 1998.

--------, “Using Plot to Discern Structure in John’s Apocalypse,” Proceedings of the Eastern Great Lakes and Mid-West Biblical Societies (1995) 23-33.

>>D. Bryan, Cosmos, Chaos and Kosher Mentality (Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha Supplement Series, no. 12; England: Sheffield Academic Press, 1995).

G. B. Caird, The Language and Imagery of the Bible (Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1980) 7-36.

>>G. Carey, Elusive Apocalypse: Reading Authority in the Revelation to John (Studies in American Biblical Hermeneutics; Macon: Mercer University Press, 1999).

J. M. Chevalier, A Postmodern Revelation: Signs of Astrology and the Apocalypse (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1997).

>>A. Y. Collins, “The Power of Apocalyptic Rhetoric,” The Revelation of St. John the Divine (Modern Critical Interpretations; introd by H. Bloom; New York: Chelsea House Publishers, 1988).

J. J. Collins, ed, Symposium: Apocalyptic Symbolism and Social Reality (Biblical Research 26; 1981) 4-45. Journal√.

--------, “The Symbolism of Transcendence in Jewish Apocalyptic,” Biblical Research 19 (1974) 5-22. Journal√.

D. Costa, Irenic Apocalypse: Some Uses of Apocalyptic in Dante, Petrarch and Rabelais (Stanford French and Italian Studies 21; Saratoga, Cal.: Anma Libri, 1981).

J. M. Court, Myth and History in the Book of Revelation (Atlanta: John Knox Press, 1979). 228.06 C86.

R. Dellamora, ed, Postmodern Apocalypse: Theory and Cultural Practice at the End (New Cultural Studies; Philadelphia: University of Pennysylvania Press, 1995).

J. Derrida, “No Apocalypse, Not Now (Full Speed Ahead, Seven Missiles, Seven Missives)” (trans. C. Porter and P. Lewis), Diacritics 14 (1984) 20-31.

C. Deutsche, “Transformation of Symbols: The New Jerusalem in Rv 21:1-22:5,” Zeitschrift für die neutestamentliche Wissenschaft und die Kunde der Alteren Kirche 78/1-2 (1987) 106-26. Journal√.

J. W. Erwin, Lyric Apocalypse: Reconstruction in Ancient and Modern Poetry (Scholars Press Studies in the Humanities 3; Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1984).

M. H. Farbridge, Studies in Biblical and Semitic Symbolism (Library of Biblical Studies; prolegomenon by May H. G.; New York: Ktav Publishing House, 1970). 246 F21.

>>E. S. Fiorenza, “The Followers of the Lamb: Visionary Rhetoric and Social-Political Situation,” Discipleship in the New Testament (ed. F. Segovia; Philadelphia: Fortress, 1985) 386-403; reprinted as “Visionary Rhetoric and Social-Political Situation,” Chap. 7, The Book of Revelation: Justice and Judgment (Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1985) 181-203. 228.06 F51b.

N. Frye, The Great Code: The Bible and Literature (San Diego: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1983). 809.93522 F94.

C. H. Giblin, “Recapitulation and the Literary Coherence of John’s Apocalypse,” Catholic Biblical Quarterly 56 (1994) 81-95. Journal√.

--------, “Structural and Thematic Correlations in the Theology of Revelation 16-22,” Biblica 55 (1974) 487-504. Journal√.

M. W. Gnatkowski, The Implied Reader in the Book of Revelation (Th.D. dissertation; adviser C. L. Winbery; New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, 1988).

--------, “The Implied Reader of the Apocalypse and the Historical Situation,” Conference presentation (1990).

M. A. Harris, “Deceit, Desire, and Violence: A Critique of Girard’s Reading of the Apocalypse,” Unpublished paper (Society of Biblical Literature, 1988).

M. M. Hassett, “The Lamb, in Early Christian Symbolism” (Michael C. Tinkler), Catholic Encyclopedia (Denver, Col.: Encyclopedia Press, Inc., 1996).

E. M. Humphrey, “The Sweet and the Sour: Epics of Wrath and Return in the Apocalypse: The Apocalypse as a Macro-Genre,” Society of Biblical Literature 1991 Seminar Papers (ed. E. H. Lovering, Jr.; Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1991) 451-60. 220.6 S67  1991.

--------, “On Visions, Arguments and Naming: The Rhetoric of Specificity and Mystery in the Apocalypse” (San Francisco, November, 1997).

>>L. Johns, "The Lamb in the Rhetorical Program of the Apocalypse of John," in Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers, vol. 2 (Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1998): 762-84. 220.6 S67 1998 v.2.

A. P. Kozloff, ed, Animals in Ancient Art from the Leo Mildenberg Collection (D. G. Mitten; Cleveland: Cleveland Museum of Art in cooperation with Indiana University Press, 1981).

J. Lepsius, “Dr. Johann Lepsius on the Symbolic Language of the Apocalypse” (trans. H. Ramsay, introd & notes by W. M. Ramsay), Expositor (1911) 160-80, 210-6, 461-75, 504-19, and (1912) 153-71. Journal√.

B. Lincoln, Discourse and the Construction of Society: Comparative Studies of Myth, Ritual, and Classification (New York: Oxford University Press, 1989).

J. A. Martigny, Étude Archéologique sur l’Agneau et le Bon-Pasteur (1860).

F. Martin, “Preparation de la Rencontre des Groupes Sémiotique et Bible: Brest 27-31 Août 1990,” Sémiotique et Bible 57 (1990) 40-56.

B. McGinn, “Apocalyptic Symbol and History: An Interview with Bernard McGinn,” Epiphany: A Journal of Faith and Insight 4/2 (Winter 1983) 10-9.

A. J. McKenna, “Supplement to Apocalypse: Girard and Derrida,” Understanding Origins: Contemporary Views on the Origin of Life, Mind, and Society (Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science 130; eds. F. J. Varela and J.-P. Dupuy; Dordrecht and Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1992).

J. A. McLean, The Seventieth Week of Daniel 9:27 as a Literary Key for Understanding the Structure of the Apocalypse of John (Ph.D. Dissertation; adviser D. N. Freedman; 1990).

W. G. Morrice, “John the Seer: Narrative Exegesis of the Book of Revelation,” The Expository Times 97 (1985) 43-6. Journal√.

S. D. O’Leary, Arguing the Apocalypse: A Theory of Millennial Rhetoric (New York: Oxford University Press, 1994). 291.23 O45.

M. Payne, “Voice, Metaphor, and Narrative in the Book of Revelation,” Mappings of the Biblical Terrain: The Bible as Text (Bucknell Review 33; eds. V. Tollers and J. Maier; Bucknell University Press, 1990) 364-72. 220.66 M29.

J.-P. Prévost, How to Read the Apocalypse (trans. J. Bowden and M. Lydamore; New York: Crossroad, 1993).

P. Prigent, “Pour une Theologie de l’Image: Les Visions de l’Apocalypse,” Revue d’histoire et de philosphie religieuses 59/3-4 (1979) 373-8. Journal√.

A. Quacquarelli, Il Leone e Il Drago: Nella Simbolica Dell’eta Patristica (Bari: Istituto di letteratura cristiana antica, Universita di Bari, 1975).

P. Rabinowitz, “Truth in Fiction: A Reexamination of Audiences,” Critical Inquiry 4/1 (Autumn 1977) 121-41.

J. A. d. Rand, “A Socio-Psychological View of the Effect of Language (Parole) of the Apocalypse of John,” Neotestamentica 24/2 (1990) 351-65.

P. Ricoeur, The Symbolism of Evil (trans. E. Buchanan; Boston: Beacon Press, 1969). 233.2 R54.

R. M. Royalty, Jr., “The Rhetoric of Revelation,” Society of Biblical Literature 1997 Seminar Papers (Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers Series 36; Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1997) 596-617. 220.6 S67  1997.

A. Sabatier, “La Place des Techniques de Communication dans l’Apocalypse de Jean,” Religion, Société et Politique (ed. C. Castoriadis) 139-51.

C. E. Smith, “The Purpose of the Apocalypse,” Bibliotheca Sacra 78 (1921) 164-71. Journal√.

B. W. Snyder, “Triple-Form and Space/time Transitions: Literary Structuring Devices in the Apocalypse,” Society of Biblical Literature 1991 Seminar Papers (ed. E. H. Lovering, Jr.; Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1991) 440-50. 220.6 S67  1991.

L. C. Spinks, “A Critical Examination of J. W. Bowman’s Proposed Structure of the Revelation,” Evangelical Quarterly 50 (October-December 1978) 211-22. Journal√.

J. E. Stanley, The Use of the Symbol of Four World Empires to Inspire Resistance to or Acceptance of Hellenism in Daniel 2, Daniel 7, 4 Ezra 11-12, Revelation 13, and “Antiquities of the Jews”: Insights from the Sociology of Knowledge and Sect Analysis (Ph.D. Dissertation; Denver: Iliff School of Theology and University of Denver, 1986).

A. E. Steinmann, “The Tripartite Structure of the Sixth Seal, the Sixth Trumpet, and the Sixth Bowl of John’s Apocalypse (Rev. 6:12-7:17; 9:13-11:14; 16:12-16),” Journal of the Evangelical Theology Society 35 (1 1992) 69-79. Journal√.

J. Stolt, “Om Dateringen af Apokalypsen,” Dansk Telogisk Tidsskrift 40/3 (1977) 202-7.

K. A. Strand, The Open Gates of Heaven: Brief Introduction to Literary Analysis of the Book of Revelation (2d ed.; Ann Arbor, Mich., 1972).

R. Surridge, “Redemption in the Structure of Revelation,” Expository Times 101 (1990) 231-5. Journal√.

R. C. Tannehill, The Sword of His Mouth (Semeia Supplements 1; Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1975). 226.066 T16.

L. L. Thompson, “The Mythic Unity of the Apocalypse,” Society of Biblical Literature 1985 Seminar Papers (ed. K. H. Richards; 1985) 13-28. 220.6 S67  1985.

S. P. Toperoff, The Animal Kingdom in Jewish Thought (Northvale, N.J.: J. Aronson, 1995).

J. H. Ulrichsen, “Die Sieben Häuter und die Zehn Hörner zur der Offenbarung des Johannes,” Studia Theologica 39 (1985) 1-20. Journal√.

U. Vanni, “Il Simbolismo Nell’Apocalisse,” Gregorianum 61/3 (1980) 461-506.

M. Veloso, “Símbolos en el Apocalipsis de San Juan,” Revista Bíblica 38/162 (1976) 321-38.

M. K. Wakeman, God’s Battle with the Monster: A Study in Biblical Imagery (Leiden: Brill, 1973). 221.68 W14.

H. Wallace, “Leviathan and the Beast in Revelation,” The Biblical Archaeologist Reader (eds G. E. Wright and D. N. Freedman; Garden City, New York: Doubleday, 1961).

P. Wheelwright, The Burning Fountain: A Study in the Language of Symbolism (2d ed.; Bloomington, Ind.: University of Indiana Press, 1968). 401 W56.

--------, Metaphor and Reality (6th ed.; Bloomington, Ind.: University of Indiana Press, 1975).

A. N. Wilder, Early Christian Rhetoric: The Language of the Gospel (Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 1971 [1964]). 225.4 W64.

--------, “The Rhetoric of Ancient and Modern Apocalyptic,” Interpretation 25 (October 1971) 436-53. Journal√.

--------, “Apocalyptic Rhetorics,” Chap. 7, Jesus’ Parables and the War of Myths: Essays on Imagination in the Scripture (ed. J. Breech; introd by J. Breech; Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1982) 153-68. 226.806 W67.

 

Revelation in Feminist Interpretation <top>

B. Brasher and L. Quinby, Engendering the Millennium, a special issue of The Journal of Millennial Studies 2/1, s.i. (1999).

>> A. Y. Collins, Crisis and Catharsis: The Power of the Apocalypse (Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1984). 228.06 C69c.

--------, “Women’s History and the Book of Revelation,” Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers (Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers 26; Scholars Press, 1987) 80-91. 220.6 S67  1987.

--------, “Feminine Symbolism in the Book of Revelation,” Biblical Interpretation 1/1 pp 20-33. Journal√.

>>E. S. Fiorenza, “The Ethics of Biblical Interpretation: Decentering Biblical Scholarship,” Journal of Biblical Literature 107 (1988) 3-17. Journal√.

>>--------, The Book of Revelation: Justice and Judgment (Philadelphia: Fortress, 1985). 228.06 F51b.

>>--------, Revelation: Vision of a Just World (Proclamation Commentaries; Minneapolis: Fortress, 1991). REF 220.7 P96.

S. R. Garrett, “Revelation,” The Women’s Bible Commentary ed C. Newsom and S. H. Ringe (Louisville, Ky.: Westminster John Knox, 1992) 377-82. REF 220.7 W87.

A. Jack, “Out of the Wilderness: Feminist Perspectives on the Book of Revelation,” Studies in the Book of Revelation, ed. S. Moyise (Edinburgh: T&T Clark, 2001) 149-62.

C.. Keller, Apocalypse Now and Then: A Feminist Approach to the End of the World (Boston: Beacon Press, 1996).

R. D. Moore, “Personification of the Seduction of Evil: ‘The Wiles of the Wicked Woman’,” Revue de Qumran 10/4 (December 1981) 505-19.

T. Pippin, Political Reality and the Liberating Vision: The Context of the Book of Revelation (Ph.D. Dissertation; Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; 1987).

--------, Apocalyptic Bodies: The Biblical End of the World in Text and Image (London; New York : Routledge, 1999). 220.046 P66.

--------, Death and Desire: The Rhetoric of Gender in the Apocalypse of John (Literary Currents in Biblical Interpretation; Louisville: Westminster/John Knox Press, 1992). 228.06 P66.

--------, “Eros and the End: Reading for Gender in the Apocalypse of John,” Semeia 59 (1992) 193-217. Journal√.

--------, “The Heroine and the Whore: Fantasy and the Female in the Apocalypse of John,” Semeia 60 (1992) 67-82. Journal√.

--------, “Revelation,” Searching the Scriptures: A Feminist-Ecumenical Commentary ed. E. S. Fiorenza (New York: Crossroad/Continuum, 1994). 220.6082 S43.

A. Primavesi, From Apocalypse to Genesis: Ecology, Feminism, and Christianity (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1991). 261.8362 P95.

L. Quinby, Millennial Seduction: A Skeptic Confronts Apocalyptic Culture (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1999).

L. S. Rehmann, Geh, Frage die Gebärenin! Feministisch-Befreiungstheologische Untersuchungen zum Gebärmotiv in der Apokalyptik (Gütersloh: Chr. Kaiser/Gütesloher Verlag, 1995).

E. G. Richey, The Politics of Revelation in the English Renaissance (Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1998).

V. K. Robbins, “A Male Reads a Feminist Reading: The Dialogical Nature of Pippin’s Power: A Response to Tina Pippin, ‘Eros and the End’,” Semeia 59 (1992) 211-7. Journal√.

>>B. Rossing, The Choice Between Two Cities: Whore, Bride, and Empire in the Apocalypse (Harvard Theological Studies, 48; Harrisburg, Pa.: Trinity Press International, 1999).

J. Schaberg, “A Response to Tina Pippin, ‘Eros and the End’,” Semeia 59 (1992) 219-26. Journal√.

J. A. Schroeder, “Revelation 12: Female Figures and Figures of Evil [Revelation and Apocalyptic],” Word & World 15 (Spring 1995) 175-81. Journal√.

M. J. Selvidge, “Powerful and Powerless Women in the Apocalypse,” Neostamentica 26/1 (1992) 157-67.

--------, “The Book of Revelation,” Woman, Violence, and the Bible (Lewiston: E. Mellen Press, 1996) 110-28.

H. Stenström, The Book of Revelation: A Vision of the Ultimate Liberation or the Ultimate Backlash? A Study in 20th Century Interpretations of Revelation 14:1-5, with Special Emphasis on Feminist Exegesis (Uppsala, 1999, unpublished).

G. P. C. Streete, “Sinners, Adulteresses, Whores, and Brides: Imagining Women in the Gospels and Revelation,” The Strange Woman: Power and Sex in the Bible (Louisville, Ky.: Westminster John Knox, 1997) 140-58. 220.830542 S91.

K. S. Vidal, Moon Under Her Feet: Women of the Apocalypse (Cleveland: Pilgrim Press, 2001).

W. E. Vine, The Four Women of the Apocalypse (London; Glasgow: Pickering & Inglis, 1924). Not a feminist perspective!

 

Revelation in Art <top>

>>“Apocalypse, Iconography Of,” New Catholic Encyclopedia ( [656, 657, 658,] 659-63.

C. B. Arnold, Jr., War, Peace, and the Apocalypse in Art Music Since World War II (Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Kentucky, 1986. Microfiche.; Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms, 1988).

R. Barthelemy-Vogels, L’Iconographie Russe de l’Apocalypse: La “Mise a Jour” des Livres Saints: D’Apres le Manuscrit n 6 de la Collection Wittert Appartenant a la Bibliotheque Generale de l’Universite de Liege (Paris: Societe d’edition “Les Belles Lettres”, 1985).

G. L. Bates, “The Influence of the Apocalypse on Christian Art,” Bibliotheca Sacra 48 (1891) 670-85. Journal√.

Bodleian Library, The Apocalypse: Selections from the Douce Apocalypse: 13th Century.

--------, “Description of Filmstrips of the Douce Apocalypse”Oxford, 196?).

E. S. Buchanan, The Four Gospels from the Codex Corbeiensis, Together with Fragments of the Catholic Epistles, of the Acts and of the Apocalypse from the Fleury Palimpsest (Old Latin Biblical Texts 5; Oxford, 1907).

T. A. Burgard, “Picasso’s Night Fishing at Antibes: Autobiography, Apocalypse, and the Spanish Civil War,” The Art Bulletin 68 (December 1986) 657-72.

Y. Christe, “Apocalypse et Interprétation Iconographique: Quelques Remarques Liminaires sur les Images du Règne de Dieu et de l’Eglise à l’Époque Paléo-Chrêtienne,” Byz. Zeit. 67 (1974) 92-100.

--------, “The Apocalypse in the Monumental Art of the Eleventh Through Thirteenth Centuries,” The Apocalypse in the Middle Ages (eds. R. K. Emmerson and B. McGinn; Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 1992) 234-58.

C. Davis-Weyer, “Aperit Quod Ipse Signaverat Testamentum: Lamm und Löwe im Apokalypsebild der Grandval-Bibel,” Studien zur Mittelalter Kunst, 800-1250: Festschrift für Florentine Mutherich zum 70. Geburtstag (eds. K. Bierbauer, P. K. Klein and W. Sauerlander; München: Prestel, 1985) 67-74.

A. Dürer, Die Drei Grossen Bucher von Albrecht Dürer (2d ed.; Nachwort und Erlauterungen H. Appuhn; Dortmund: Harenberg, 1986).

------, Apocalypsis in Figuris.

------, The Graphic Art of Albrecht Dürer: The Apocalypse [slides] (Boston: Museum of Fine Arts Slide Library, 1989). Slides 54.

W. Dvorak, Dürers Apokalypse in Kunstgeschichte und Geistesgeschichte (München, 1924).

The Elizabeth Day McCormick Apocalypse (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1940). 228 E43.

R. K. Emmerson, Antichrist in the Middle Ages: A Study of Medieval Apocalypticism, Art, and Literature (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1981).

T. Fabiny, The Lion and the Lamb: Figuralism and Fulfillment in the Bible, Art and Literature (Studies in Literature and Religion; New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1992).

F. W. Farrar, The Life of Christ as Represented in Art (New York: Hodder & Stoughton, 1911). 232.9 F24L.

>>J. M. Ford, “Visual Art and the Apocalypse,” Bible Today 34/6 (1996) 366-73. Journal√.

T. Frimmel, Die Apokalypse in Den Bilderhandschriften des Mittelalters (Vienna, 1865).

N. Grubb, Revelations: Art of the Apocalypse (New York: Abbeville Press, 1997). STUDER 704.9482 G88

F. Haskell, Art and the Apocalypse.

G. Henderson, “The Manuscript Model of the Angers Apocalypse Tapestries,” The Burlington Magazine 127 (April 1985) 209-19.

K. Henkel, “The Apocalypse,” Exhibition (introd by D. Denny and J. D. Farquhar). College Park, Maryland: University of Maryland Department of Art, 1973).

>>M. R. James, The Apocalypse in Art (The Schweich Lectures of the British Academy, 1927; London: Oxford University Press, 1931). 228 J28.

F. Juraschek, Das Rätsel in Dürers Gotteschau (Salzburg, 1955).

A. Kaai, Apocalypse: Meditations on the Revelation of John in Word and Picture (Carlisle: Paternoster, 1992).

C. M. Kauffmann, “The Lambeth Apocalypse,” Art History 4 (September 1991) 451-4.

D. Kinney, “The Apocalypse in Early Christian Monumental Decoration,” The Apocalypse in the Middle Ages (eds. R. K. Emmerson and B. McGinn; Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 1992) 200-16. 228.060902 A64.

P. K. Klein, “Introduction: The Apocalypse in Medieval Art,” The Apocalypse in the Middle Ages (eds. R. K. Emmerson and B. McGinn; Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 1992) 159-99. 228.060902 A64.

P. Kristeller, Die Apokalypsis Älteste Blochbuchausgabe in Lichtdrucknachbildung (Berlin, 1916).

S. Lewis, “The Enigma of Fr. 403 and the Compilation of a Thirteenth-Century English Illustrated Apocalypse,” Gesta 29/1 (1990) 31-43.

--------, “The Apocalypse of Isabella of France: Paris, Bibl. Nat. Ms Fr. 13096,” The Art Bulletin 72 (June 1990) 224-60.

--------, “Exegesis and Illustration in Thirteenth-Century English Apocalypses,” The Apocalypse in the Middle Ages (eds. R. K. Emmerson and B. McGinn; Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 1992) 259-75. 228.060902 W64.

--------, Tractatus Adversus Judaeos in the Gulbenkian Apocalypse,” The Art Bulletin 68 (December 1986) 543-66.

Maius, A Spanish Apocalypse: The Morgan Beatus Manuscript (eds. J. Williams and B. Shailor; New York: G. Braziller, 1991). STUDER 745.67 M23.

F. v.d. Meer, Apocalypse: Visions from the Book of Revelation in Western Art (New York: Alpine Fine Arts Collection, 1978). 704.9484 M49.

A. . C. Moore, “The Transforming Vision of God in Religion and Art (Ill.),” Scottish Journal of Religious Studies 4/2 (Autumn 1983) 107-20. Journal√.

W. Neuss, Die Apokalypse des Hl. Johannes in der Altspanischen und Altchristlichen Bibel-Illustration: Restedition des Bildbandes von 1931 (Spanische Forschungen der Görresgesellschaft; ed. O. Engels; Geleitwort G. Jászai; Münster in Westfalen: Verlag der Aschendorffschen Verlagsbuchhandlung, 1988).

--------, “‘Apokalypse’,” Reallexicon zur deutschen Kunstgeschichte (Stuttgart, 1937) 751-82.

A. Perrig, Albrecht Dürer oder die Heimlichkeit der Deutschen Ketzerei: Die Apokalypse Dürers und Andere Werke von 1495 Bis 1513 (Weinheim: VCH Acta humanoria, 1987).

M. Petit, Les Apocalypse Manuscrites du Moyen Age et les Tapisseries de la Cathedral d’Anders (Paris, 1869).

R. Petraglio, ed, L’Apocalypse de Jean: Traditions Exégétiques et Iconographiques, IIIe-XIIIe Siècles (Etudes et Documents Publiés par la Section d’Histoire de la Faculté des Lettres de l’Université de Genève 11; Actes du Colloque de la Fondation Hardt, Feb. 29 - March 3, 1976; contributor R. Petraglio; Geneve: Librairie Droz, 1979).

J. J. Poesch, Antichrist Imagery in Anglo-French Apocalypse Manuscripts (Ann Arbor, Mich.: UMI, 1988).

>>G. Quispel, The Secret Book of Revelation: The Last Book of the Bible (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1979).

L. Revenga, ed, Los Beatos (<Art exposition>; Madrid: Ministerio de Cultura, Direccion General del Libro y Bibliotecas, 1986).

R. D. Russell, “A Similitude of Paradise: The City as Image of the City [Medieval Cities as Reflections of New Jerusalem; Fig],” The Iconography of Heaven (ed. C. Davidson) 146-61.

M. P. Sherlock, “Romancing the Apocalypse: A Futile Diversion?” New Art Examiner 15 (June 1988) 24-8.

I. Simmet, Illustrationen Zur Apokalypse des Johannes (Nruckmann, 1969). 755.4 S59.

J. Snyder, “The Trier Apocalypse: A Reconstruction of an Early Cycle of Illustrations for Revelation,” Vigiliae Christianae 18 (1964) 146-62.

K. A. Strand, Woodcuts to the Apocalypse in Dürer’s Time (Ann Arbor, Mich.: Ann Arbor Publishers, 1968). 769.924 S89w.

K. A. Strand, Durer’s Apocalypse: The 1498 German and 1511 Latin Texts in Facsimile Plus Samples of Durer’s Woodcuts and Graff’s Copies (author A. Durer, collaborator I. Greff; Ann Arbor, Mich.: Ann Arbor Publishers, 1969). 769.924 B58.

P. Strieder, Albrecht Dürer: Paintings, Prints, Drawings (2d ed.; trans. N. M. Gordon and W. L. Strauss; New York: Abaris Books, 1989).

R. V. G. Tasker, “The Chester Beatty Papyrus of the Apocalypse of John,” Journal of Theological Studies (1949) 60-8. Journal√.

M. J. Tasse, An Iconographic Source Study of the Cosmological and Eschatological Character of the Illustration of the Enthroned Lamb in the Commentary on the Apocalypse by Beatus: The Pierpont Morgan Library MS. 664, Folio 87. (1972).

F. Tristan, Les Premières Images Chrétiennes: du Symbole à l’Icône: IIe-VIe Siècle (Fayard, 1996).

R. Wisskirchen and S. Heid, “Der Prototyp des Lämmerfrieses in Alt-St Peter: Ikonographie und Ikonologie,” Tesserae (eds. E. Dassmann and K. Thraede; 1991) 138-60.

K. Wölfflin, Die Kunst A. Dürers (München, 1920).

 

Revelation in Worship and Liturgy <top>

>>C. B. Ashanin, “The Orthodox Liturgy and the Apocalypse,” The Patristic and Byzantine Review 9/1 (1990) 31-40.

R. Bauckham, “The Worship of Jesus in Apocalyptic Christianity,” New Testament Studies 27 (1980-1981) 322-41. Journal√.

>>J. H. Burtness, “’The Lamb Who Was Slain Has Begun His Reign. Amen!’: Texts from the Revelation to John for the Sundays of Easter,” Word and World 12/2 (Spring 1992) 182-7. Journal√.

A. Cabaniss, “A Note on the Liturgy of the Apocalypse,” Interpretation 7 (1953) 78-80. Journal√.

--------, Pattern in Early Christian Worship (Macon: Mercer University Press, 1989). 264.009015 C11.

>>D. R. Carnegie, “Worthy is the Lamb: The Hymns in Revelation,” Christ the Lord: Studies in Christology Presented to Donald Guthrie (ed. H. H. Rowdon; Downers Grove, Ill.: InterVarsity Press, 1982) 243-56. 232 C55c.

J. Comblin, “La Liturgie de la Nouvelle Jerusalem,” Ephemerides Theologicae Lovaniensis 29 (1953) 5-40.

E. Cothenet, “Earthly and Heavenly Liturgy According to the Book of Revelation,” Chapter, Roles in the Liturgical Assembly (author E. Cothenet, trans. M. J. O’Connell; New York: Pueblo Publishing Co., 1981) 115-35.

--------, “Le Symbolisme du Culte dans l’Apocalypse,” Le Symbolisme dans le Culte des Grandes Religions (Homo Religiosus; ed. J. Ries; Louvain-la-Neuve: Centre d’Histoire des Religions, 1985) 223-38.

R. Deichgräber, Gotteshymnus und Christushymnus: Untersuchungen zu Form, Sprache und Stil der Frühchristlichen Hymnen (Göttingen: Vandenhoek & Ruprecht, 1967).

G. Delling, “Zum Gottesdienstlichen Stil der Johannesapokalypse,” Novum Testamentum 3 (1959) 107-37. Journal√.

A. Feuillet, “Les Chrétiens Prêtres et Rois d’Après l’Apocalypse. Contribution à l’Étude de la Conception Chrétienne du Sacerdoce,” Revue Thomiste 75/1 (1975) 40-66.

>>W. W. Frerichs, “God’s Song of Revelation: From Easter to Pentecost in the Apocalypse,” Word & World 6/2 (Spring 1986) 216-28. Journal√.

M. A. Harris, The Literary Function of Hymns in the Apocalypse of John (Ph.D. dissertation; Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1989).

K.-P. Jörns, Das Hymnische Evangelium: Untersuchungen zu Aufbau, Funktion und Herkunft der Hymnischen Stücke in der Johannesoffenbarung (Studien Neuen Testament; Gütersloh: Gerd Mohn, 1971). 228 J64.

M. A. Kavanagh, Apocalypse 22:6-21 as Concluding Liturgical Dialogue (Rome: Pontificia Universita Gregoriani, 1984).

C. R. Koester, “The Distant Triumph Song: Music and the Book of Revelation,” Word and World 12 (March 1992) 243-9. Journal√.

S. Läuchli, “Eine Gottesdienststruktur in der Johannesoffenbarung,” Theologische Zeitschrift 16 (1960). Journal√.

A. B. MacDonald, Christian Worship in the Early Church (1925?).

L. Mowry, “Revelation 4-5 and Early Christian Liturgical Usage,” Journal of Biblical Literature 71/2 (1952) 75-84. Journal√.

>>J. J. O’Rourke, “The Hymns of the Apocalypse,” The Catholic Biblical Quarterly 30/3 (1968) 399-409. Journal√.

H. O. Old, “The Psalms of Praise in the Worship of the New Testament Church,” Interpretation 39/1 (January 1985) 20-33. Journal√.

D. G. Peterson, “Worship in the Revelation to John,” Reformed Theological Review 47 (1988) 67-77. Journal√.

E. H. Peterson, “Learning to Worship from St. John’s Revelation,” Subversive Spirituality (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1994) 84-90. 248. P48.

O. A. Piper, “The Apocalypse of John and the Liturgy of the Ancient Church [Rev 5],” Church History 20 (March 1951) 10-22. Journal√.

P. Prigent, Apocalypse et Liturgie (Cahiers Theologiques 52; Neuchatel: Editions Delachaux et Niestle, 1964).

J. A. d. Rand, “Die Narratiewe Funksie Van die Liedere in Openbaring 4:1-5:15,” Skrif en Kerk 12 (1991) 26-35.

T. Reinach, “Hymnodes,” Dictionnaire des Antiquités Grècques et Romaines d’Après les Textes et les Monuments (ed. Daremberg et Saglio; Paris) 40ff.

>>J.-P. Ruiz, “Betwixt and Between on the Lord’s Day: Liturgy and the Apocalypse,” Society of Biblical Literature 1992 Seminar Papers (Society of Biblical Literature 1992 Seminar Papers 31; Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1992) 654-72. 220.6 S67  1992.

--------, “The Politics of Praise: A Reading of Revelation 19:1-10,” Society of Biblical Literature 1997 Seminar Papers (Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1997) 374-93. 220.6 S67  1997.

--------, “Praise and Politics in Revelation 19:1-10,” Studies in the Book of Revelation, ed. S. Moyise (Edinburgh: T&T Clark, 2001) 69-84.

F. Rusam, Hymnische Formeln in Apk. 1 (Th.D. dissertation; University of Kiel; 1970).

G. Sutcliff, “The Liturgy of the Lamb,” Orate Fratres 24 (1949-1950) 200-3. Journal√.

R. L. Thomas, “The Imprecatory Prayers of the Apocalypse,” Bibliotheca Sacra 126 (1969) 123, 131. Journal√.

L. L. Thompson, “Cult and Eschatology in the Apocalypse of John,” Journal of Religion 49 (1969) 330-50. Journal√.

U. Vanni, “Liturgical Dialogue as a Literary Form in the Book of Revelation,” New Testament Studies 37 (1991) 348-72. Journal√.

>>H. R. Weber, The Way of the Lamb: Christ in the Apocalypse: Lenten Meditations (Risk Book Series 36; Geneva: World Council of Churches Publications, 1988). 242.34 W37.

 

Intertextuality, Genre Studies, and Apocalypticism in Early Judaism <top>

P. J. Achtemeier, “An Apocalyptic Shift in Early Christian Tradition: Reflections on Some Canonical Evidence,” Catholic Biblical Quarterly 45 (April 1983) 231-48. Journal√.

H. W. Attridge, “Greek and Latin Apocalypses,” Semeia 14 (1979) 159-86. Journal√.

>>D. E. Aune, “The Apocalypse of John and Ancient Revelatory Literature,” Chap. 7, 1987 226-52. The New Testament in Its Literary Environment (Library of Early Christianity 8; ed. W. A. Meeks; Philadelphia: Westminster Press. 225.66 A92.

>>--------, “The Apocalypse of John and the Problem of Genre,” Semeia 36 (1986) 65-96.

--------, “Intertextuality and the Genre of the Apocalypse,” Society of Biblical Literature 1991 Seminar Papers (ed. E. H. Lovering, Jr.; Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1991) 142-60. 220.6 S67  1991.

R. J. Bauckham, “The Rise of Apocalyptic,” Themelios 3 (January 1978) 10-23. Journal√.

G. K. Beale, The Use of Daniel in Jewish Apocalyptic Literature and in the Revelation of St. John (New York and London: Lanham, 1984). 224.506 B36. See also reviews by Kenneth Newport and James E. West in the Review of Biblical Literature.

--------, “A Reconsideration of the Text of Daniel in the Apocalypse,” Biblica 67 (1986) 439-543. Journal√.

H. D. Betz, “On the Problem of Religio-Historical Understanding of Apocalypticism,” Journal for Theology and the Church 6 (1969) 134-56.

J. L. Blevins, “The Genre of Revelation,” Review and Expositor 77/3 (1980) 393-408. Journal√.

G. Bohak, “Greek-Hebrew Gematrias in 3 Baruch and in Revelation,” Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha 7 (October 1990) 119-21.

M. E. Boring, “The Apocalypse as Christian Prophecy: A Discussion of the Issues Raised by the Book of Revelation for the Study of Early Christian Prophecy,” Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers (Scholars Press, 1974) 43-57. 220.6 S67  1974.

R. R. Brewer, “The Influence of Greek Drama on the Apocalypse of John,” Anglican Theological Review 18 (1936) 74-92.

J. H. Charlesworth, How Barisat Bellowed: Folklore, Humor, and Iconography in the Jewish Apocalypses and the Apocalypse of John (The Dead Sea Scrolls and Christian Origins Library 3; North Richland Hills, Tex.: Bibal Press, 1998).

A. Y. Collins, The Combat Myth in the Book of Revelation (Harvard Dissertations in Religion 9; Missoula, Montana: Scholars Press, 1976). 228.06 C69.

--------, “Early Christian Apocalyptic Literature,” Aufstieg und Niedergang der Römischen Welt, II 25.6 (1988) 4665-711. Journal√.

--------, “The Early Christian Apocalypses,” Semeia 14 (1979) 61-121. Journal√.

--------, “The Apocalypse of John: An Apocalyptic Response to a Social Crisis,” Currents in Theology and Mission 8/1 (1981) 4-12. Journal√.

--------, “The Revelation of John: An Apocalyptic Response to a Social Crisis,” Concordia Theological Monthly 8 (1981) 4-12.

>>--------, “Numerical Symbolism in Jewish and Early Christian Apocalyptic Literature,” Aufstieg und Niedergang der Römischen Welt, II (1984) 1221-87. Principat 21, 2: Hellenistische Judentum (ed. W. Haase).

--------, “Early Christian Apocalypticism,” Semeia 36 (1986) 1-11. Journal√.

>>J. J. Collins, Apocalypse: The Morphology of a Genre (Semeia 14 [1979]). Journal√.

--------, “Pseudonymity, Historical Reviews and the Genre of Revelation,” The Catholic Biblical Quarterly 39 (1977) 329-43. Journal√.

>>--------, The Apocalyptic Imagination: An Introduction to the Jewish Matrix of Christianity (New York: Crossroad, 1984). 229.913 C71.

--------, ed. The Origins of Apocalypticism in Judaism and Christianity (vol. 1 of the three-volume Encyclopedia of Apocalypticism (New York: Continuum, 1998).

--------, and J. H. Charlesworth, ed., Mysteries and Revelations: Apocalyptic Studies Since the Uppsala Colloquium (Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha Supplement Series 9; Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1991).

M. Cook, An Early Islamic Apocalyptic Chronicle.

C. A. Evans, “Quotations, Allusions, Parallels: Revelation,” Noncanonical Writings and New Testament Interpretation (Peabody, Mass.: Hendrickson Publishers, 1992) 217-9. 229 E92.

E. S. Fiorenza, “The Phenomenon of Early Christian Apocalyptic: Some Reflections on Method,” Apocalypticism in the Mediterranean World and the Near East: Proceedings of the International Colloquium on Apocalypticism, Uppsala, August 12-17, 1979 (ed. D. Hellholm; Tübingen: J. C. B. Mohr (Paul Siebeck), 1983) 295-316. 232.908 W62.

S. Freyne, “Reading Hebrews and Revelation Intertextually,” Intertextuality in Biblical Writings (ed. S. Draisma; 1989) 83-93. 220.66 I61.

S. B. Frost, “Apocalyptic and History,” The Bible and Modern Scholarship (ed. J. P. Hyatt; Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1965) 98-113. 220.609 Sol.

A. Geyser, “The Twelve Tribes in Revelation: Judean and Judeo-Christian Apocalypticism [Symbolism of the Number Twelve],” New Testament Studies 28 (July 1982) 388-99. Journal√.

J. G. Griffiths, “Apocalyptic in the Hellenistic Era,” Apocalypticism in the Mediterranean World (ed. D. Hellholm) 273-93. 232.908 W62.

P. D. Hanson, Visionaries and Their Apocalypses (Issues in Religion and Theology 2; Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1983).

>>D. Hellholm, “The Problem of Apocalyptic Genre and the Apocalypse of John,” Semeia 36 (1986) 13-64. Journal√.

--------, ed, Apocalypticism in the Mediterranean World and the Near East: Proceedings of the International Colloquium on Apocalypticism. Uppsala, August 12-17, 1979. (Tübingen: J. C. B. Mohr (Paul Siebeck), 1983).

D. Hill, “Prophecy and Prophets in the Revelation of St. John,” New Testament Studies 18/4 (1972) 401-18. Journal√.

--------, “The Book of Revelation as Christian Prophecy,” Chap. 3, New Testament Prophecy (D. Hill; Atlanta: John Knox Press, 1979). 225.15 H64.

L. W. Hurtado, “Revelation 4–5 in the Light of Jewish Apocalyptic Analogies [a Distinctively Christian Vision of Heaven],” Journal for the Study of the New Testament 25 (1985) 105-24. Journal√.

F. Jenkins, The Old Testament in the Book of Revelation (Marion, Ind.: Cogdill Foundation Publications, 1972). 228.066 J52.

R. W. Jones, “More About the Apocalypse as Apocalyptic,” Journal of Biblical Literature 87 (1968) 325-7. Journal√.

J. Kallas, “The Apocalypse—an Apocalyptic Book?” Journal of Biblical Literature 86 (1967) 69-80. Journal√.

E. Kocsis, “Apokalyptik und Politisches Interesse Im Spätjudentum,” Judaica 27 (1971) 71-89.

L. Koenen, “Die Prophezeiungen des Töpfers,” Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphie 2 (1968) 178-209.

--------, “The Prophecies of the Potter: A Prophecy of World Renewal Becomes an Apocalypse,” Proceedings of the Twelfth International Congress of Papyrology (ed. D. H. Samuels; Ann Arbor, Mich.: University of Michigan, 1970) 249-54.

J. Krall, “Vom König Bokchoris,” Festgaben zu Ehren Max Büdingers (Innsbruck: Verlag der Wagner’schen Universitäts-Buchhandlung, 1898) 3-11.

R. M. Kuykendall, The Literary Genre of the Book of Revelation: A Study of the History of Apocalyptic Research and Its Relationship to John’s Apocalypse (Dissertation, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary; 1986).

G. E. Ladd, “Revelation and Jewish Apocalyptic,” Evangelical Quarterly 29 (April-June 1957) 94-100. Journal√.

J. Lambrecht, ed, L’Apocalypse Johannique et l’Apocalyptique dans le Nouveau Testament (Leuven: University Press, 1980).

--------, “The Book of Revelation and Apocalyptic in the New Testament,” L’Apocalypse Johannique et l’Apocalyptique dans le Nouveau Testament (Bibliotheca Ephemeridum Theologicarum Lovaniensium 53; ed. J. Lambrecht; Leuven: Leuven University Press, 1980) 11-8.

--------, “A Structuration of Revelation 4,1-22,5,” L’Apocalypse Johannique et l’Apocalyptique dans le Nouveau Testament (Bibliotheca Ephemeridum Theologicarum Lovaniensium 53; ed. J. Lambrecht; Leuven: Leuven University Press, 1980) 77-104.

P. Lampe, “Die Apokalyptiker: Ihre Situation und Ihr Handeln,” Eschatologie und Friedenshandeln: Exegetische Beitrage Zur Frage Christlicher Friedensverantwortung (Stuttgarter Bibelstudien 101; ed. U. Luz; Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1981) 61-125. 261.873 E74.

A. Lancellotti, “L’Antico Testamento Nell’ Apocalisse,” Rivista Biblica  14/4 (1966) 369-84.

G. Linton, “Reading the Apocalypse as an Apocalypse,” Society of Biblical Literature 1991 Seminar Papers (ed. E. H. Lovering, Jr.; Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1991) 161-86. 220.6 S67  1991.

B. J. Malina, “’Apocalyptic’ and Territoriality,” Early Christianity in Context (ed. F. Manns) 369-80.

F. Manns, “Traces d’une Haggadah Pascale Chrétienne dans l’Apocalypse de Jean?” Antonianum 56/2-3 (1981) 265-95.

F. D. Mazzaferri, The Genre of the Book of Revelation from a Source-Critical Perspective (Beiheft zur Zeitschrift für die Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft und die Kunde der Alteren Kirche 54; Berlin; New York: De Gruyter, 1989). 228.066 M47.

T. E. McComiskey, “Alteration of OT Imagery in the Book of Revelation: Its Hermeneutical and Theological Significance [Use of OT Materials],” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 36 (September 1993) 307-16. Journal√.

C. C. McCown, “Hebrew and Egyptian Apocalyptic Literature,” Harvard Theological Review 18 (1925) 357-411. Journal√.

B. McGinn, “Early Apocalypticism: The Ongoing Debate,” The Apocalypse in English Renaissance Thought and Literature: Patterns, Antecedents and Repercussions (eds C. A. Patrides and J. Wittreich; Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1984).

--------, John’s Apocalypse and the Apocalyptic Mentality,” The Apocalypse in the Middle Ages (eds. R. K. Emmerson and B. McGinn; Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 1992) 3-19. 228.060902 A64.

E. Meyer, “Ein Neues Bruchstück Manethos über das Lamm des Bokchoris,” Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 46 (1909-1910) 135-6.

P. S. Minear, “Some Archetypal Origins of Apocalyptic Predictions,” Horizons in Biblical Theology 1 (1980) 105-35. Journal√.

--------, Eyes of Faith: A Study in the Biblical Point of View (Abbott Books; 2d ed.; St. Louis, Mo.: Bethany Press, 1966). 220.6 M66.

--------, New Testament Apocalyptic (Interpreting Biblical Texts; eds. L. R. Bailey, Sr. and V. P. Furnish; Nashville: Abingdon, 1981).

S. Moyise, The Old Testament in the Book of Revelation (Journal for the Study of the New Testament Supplement Series 115; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1995).

U. B. Müller, Prophetie und Predigt im Neuen Testament: Formgeschichtliche Untersuchungen zur Urchristlichen Prophetie (Gütersloh: Mohn, 1975).

P. H. Netting, A Comparison of the Ethics of the Jewish and Christian Canonical Apocalypses (1941).

M. Noth, Das Geschichtsverstándnis der Alttestamentlichen Apokalyptik (Köln, 1954).

H. M. Parker, “The Scripture of the Author of the Revelation of John,” Iliff Review 37 (1980) 35-51. Journal√.

J. Paulien, “Elusive Allusions: The Problematic Use of the Old Testament in Revelation,” Biblical Research 33 (1988) 37-53. Journal√.

N. Perrin, “Wisdom and Apocalyptic in the Message of Jesus,” Proceedings of the Society of Biblical Literature (Los Angeles: Society of Biblical Literature, 1972) 543-72.

W. Popkes, “Die Funktion der Sendschreiben der Johannes-Apokalypse,” Zeitschrift für die neutestamentliche Wissenschaft 74 (1983) 90-107. Journal√.

P. Prigent, “Apocalypse et Apocalyptique,” Revue de Sciences Religieuses 47 (1973) 280-99.

--------, L’Apocalyptique (Études d’Histoire des Religions 3; ed. F. Raphaël; Paris: Librairie Orientaliste Paul Geuthner).

J. A. d. Rand, “An Apocalyptic Text, Different Contexts and an Applicable Ethos,” Journal of Theology in South Africa 78 (1992) 75-83.

F. Raphaël, ed, L’Apocalyptique (Études d’Histoire des Religions 3; collaborator P. Prigent; Paris: Librairie Orientaliste Paul Geuthner).

B. Reicke, “Die Jüdische Apokalyptik und die Johanneische Tiervision,” Religious Studies Review 60 (175-181 1972). Journal√.

C. Rowland, The Influence of the First Chapter of Ezekiel on Jewish and Early Christian Literature (Ph.D. Dissertation; Cambridge University, 1974).

--------, “The Visions of God in Apocalyptic Literature,” Journal for the Study of Judaism 10 (1979) 137-54. Journal√.

--------, The Open Heaven: A Study of Apocalyptic in Judaism and Early Christianity (New York: Crossroad, 1982). 220 R88.

J.-P. Ruiz, Ezekiel in the Apocalypse: The Transformation of Prophetic Language in Revelation 16,17 - 19,10 (European University Studies Series XXIII, Theology, ISSN 0721-3409; Frankfurt am Main: P. Lang, 1989).

D. S. Russell, Apocalyptic: Ancient and Modern (Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1978). 229.913 R91a.

A. Sabatier, “L’Apocalypse Juive et la Philosophie de l’Histoire,” Revue des Études Juives 40 (1900) 65-86.

A. J. Saldarini, “Apocalypses and ‘Apocalyptic’ in Rabbinic Literature and Mysticism,” Semeia 14 (1979) 187-206. Journal√.

T. J. Sappington, “The Factor of Function in Defining Jewish Apocalyptic Literature,” Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha 12 (April 1994) 83-123.

A. v. Schlatter, Das Alte Testament in der Johanneischen Apokalypse [=Das Alte Testament in der Offenbarung?] (Beitrage Zur Forderung Christlicher Theologie; Gütersloh: C. Bertelsmann, 1912).

W. Scott, “The Last Sibylline Oracle of Alexandria,” Classical Quarterly 9 and 10 (1915) 144-66, 207-28; and 7-16.

L. H. Silberman, “The Human Deed in a Time of Despair: The Ethics of Apocalyptic,” Essays in Old Testament Ethics: J. Philip Hyatt, in Memoriam (Festschrift for J. Philip Hyatt; eds. J. L. Crenshaw and J. T. Willis; New York: KTAV Publishing Company, 1974) 191-202. 221.817 E78.

--------, “Apocalyptic Revisited: Reflections on the Thought of Albert Schweitzer,” Journal of the American Academy of Religion 44 (1976) 489-501. Journal√.

D. M. Smith, “The Use of the Old Testament in the New,” The Use of the Old Testament in the New and Other Essays: Studies in Honor of William Franklin Stinespring (ed. J. M. Efird; Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 1972) 3-65. 225 U84.

J. E. Stanley, The Use of the Symbol of Four World Empires to Inspire Resistance to or Acceptance of Hellenism in Daniel 2, Daniel 7, 4 Ezra 11-12, Revelation 13, and “Antiquities of the Jews”: Insights from the Sociology of Knowledge and Sect Analysis (Ph.D. Dissertation; Denver: Iliff School of Theology and University of Denver, 1986).

A. E. Steinmann, The Shape of Things to Come: The Genre of the Historical Apocalypse in Ancient Jewish and Christian Literature (Ph.D. Dissertation; advisers J. Fossum and P. Machinist; University of Michigan, 1990).

S. K. Stowers, Letter Writing in Greco-Roman Antiquity (Library of Early Christianity 5; Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1986). 886.0109 S89.

H. L. Strack and P. Billerbeck, Kommentar zum Neuen Testament aus Talmud und Midrasch (München: C. H. Beck’sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 1956).

R. L. Thomas, “Literary Genre and Hermeneutics of the Apocalypse,” Master’s Seminary Journal 2 (Spring 1991) 79-97.

L. P. Trudinger, The Text of the Old Testament in the Book of Revelation (Dissertation, Boston University School of Theology; 1963).

--------, “Some Observations Concerning the Text of the Old Testament in the Book of Revelation,” Journal of Theological Studies 17 (1966) 82-8. Journal√.

--------, “The Apocalypse and the Palestinian Targum,” Biblical Theology Bulletin 16/2 (April 1986) 78-9. Journal√.

W. C. v. Unnik, “Der ‘Geöffnete Himmel’ in der Offenbarungs-Vision des Apokryphons des Johannes,” Apophoreta: Festschrift für Ernst Haenchen (Berlin: Toepelmann, 1964) 269-80. 225.6 EL8.

J. C. VanderKam, The Jewish Apocalyptic Heritage in Early Christianity (Compendia Rerum Iudaicarum Ad Novum Testamentum; coauthor W. Adler; Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1996).

A. Vanhoye, “L’Utilisation du Livre d’Ézéchiel dans l’Apocalypse,” Biblica 43 (1962) 436-72. Journal√.

P. Vielhauer, “Apocalypses and Related Subjects: Introduction” (revised by G. Strecker), New Testament Apocrypha (eds. W. Schneemelcher and E. Hennecke; trans. R. M. Wilson; Louisville, Ky.: Westminster/John Knox Press, 1992) 542-602. 229 H39n.

J. M. Vogelgesang, The Interpretation of Ezekiel in the Book of Revelation (Dissertation, Harvard University; 1985).

C. V. d. Waal, “The Last Book of the Bible and the Jewish Apocalypses,” Neotestamentica 12 (1978) 111-32. Journal√.

N. Walter, “Die Botschaft des Sehers Johannes Zwischen Apokalyptischer Tradition und Urchristlichem Osterglauben,” Wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena 39/5 (1990) 399-404.

R. L. Webb, “The Apocalyptic Debate: Recent Discussions on Apocalyptic Genre” (Portland, Or., 1986).

J. Werbick, Offenbarungsanspruch und Fundamentalistische Versuchung (Quaestiones Disputatae 129; I. Broer; Freiburg im Breisgau: Herder, 1991).

J. T. Willis, “The Old Testament and the Book of Revelation,” Johannine Studies: Essays in Honor of Frank Pack (ed. J. E. Priest; Malibu, Cal.: Pepperdine University Press, 1989) 231-9.

G. Zerbe, “’Pacifism’ and ‘Passive Resistance’ in Apocalyptic Writings: A Critical Evaluation,” The Pseudepigrapha and Early Biblical Interpretation (Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha Supplement Series 14; eds. J. H. Charlesworth and C. A. Evans; Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1993) 65-95. 229.06 P97.

 

Historical Background <top>

        General

L. Alexander, ed., Images of Empire (Journal for the Study of the Old Testament: Supplement Series 122; Sheffield, England: Sheffield Academic Press, 1991).

S. Applebaum, “The Legal Status of the Jewish Communities in the Diaspora,” Chapter, The Jewish People in the First Century (Compendia Rerum Iudaicarum Ad Novum Testamentum; 2d ed.; eds S. Safrai and M. Stern; collaborators D. Flusser and W. C. Unnik, van; Assen and Philadelphia: Van Gorcum and Fortress Press, 1974) 420-63.

>>D. E. Aune, “The Social Matrix of the Apocalypse of John,” Biblical Research 24 (1981) 16-32. Journal√.

--------, “The Apocalypse of John and Graeco-Roman Revelatory Magic,” New Testament Studies 33/4 (1987) 481-501. Journal√.

--------, Prophecy in Early Christianity and the Ancient Mediterranean World (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1983). 220.15 A92.

P. W. Barnett, “Revelation in Its Roman Setting,” Reformed Theological Journal 50 (May-August 1991) 59-68.

C. K. Barrett, “Gnosis and the Apocalypse of John,” New Testament and Gnosis: Essays in Honor of Robert McL. Wilson (eds A. H. B. Logan and A. J. M. Wedderburn; Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 1983) 125-37. 299.932 N53.

A. J. Beagley, The ‘Sitz Im Leben’ of the Apocalypse with Particular Reference to the Role of the Church’s Enemies (Beiheft zur Zeitschrift für die Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft und die Kunde der Älteren Kirche 50; Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 1987). 228.06 B365.

A. A. Bell, “The Date of John’s Apocalypse: The Evidence of Some Roman Historians Reconsidered,” Biblical Theology Bulletin 8 (1978) 147-54. Journal√.

>>A. Y. Collins, “Dating the Apocalypse of John,” Biblical Research 26 (1981) 33-45. Journal√.

>>--------, “Myth and History in the Book of Revelation: The Problem of Its Date,” Traditions in Transformation (eds B. Halpern and J. D. Levenson; Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 1981) 377-403. 221.6 T76.

--------, “Insiders and Outsiders in the Book of Revelation and Its Social Context,” To See Ourselves as Others See Us: Christians and Jews and ‘Others’ in Late Antiquity (eds. J. Neusner and E. Frerichs; Chico, Cal.: Scholars Press, 1985) 187-219. 296.3872 T62.

--------, “Vilification and Self-Definition in the Book of Revelation,” Harvard Theological Review 79 (1986) 308-20. Journal√.

J. Gentry, Kenneth L., Before Jerusalem Fell: Dating the Book of Revelation: An Exegetical and Historical Argument for a Pre-A.D. 70 Composition (Tyler, Texas: Institute for Christian Economics, 1989).

S. E. Johnson, “Asia Minor and Early Christianity,” Christianity, Judaism, and Other Greco-Roman Cults (ed. J. Neusner; Leiden: Brill, 1975) 77-144. 291 C55.

--------, “Laodicea and Its Neighbours,” Biblical Archaeology 13 (1950) 1-18.

A. H. M. Jones, Chap. 2. Cities of the Eastern Roman Provinces (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1937). 938 J71.

X. Leon-Dufour, “Autour de l’Apocalypse de Jean,” Recherches de Science religieuses 71 (April-June 1983) 309-36. Journal√.

I. Lesbaupin, Blessed Are the Persecuted: Christian Life in the Roman Empire, A.D. 64-313 (trans. R. R. Barr; Maryknoll, N.Y.: Orbis Books, 1987). 272.1 L62.

O. Linton, “On Datering af Mytestamentlige Skrifter: I Anledning af John A T Robinson, Redating the New Testament, London 1976,” Dansk Teologisk Tidsskrift 41/3 (1978) 145-60.

R. K. MacKenzie, The Author of the Apocalypse: A Review of the Prevailing Hypothesis of Jewish-Christian Authorship (Lewiston, NY: Mellen Biblical Press, 1997).

R. S. MacLennan, Early Christian Texts on Jews and Judaism (Brown Judaic Studies 194; Atlanta, Ga.: Scholars Press, 1990).

R. MacMullen, Enemies of the Roman Order (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1966). 937.06 M16.

O. F. A. Meinardus, St. John of Patmos and the Seven Churches of the Apocalypse (Athens: Lycabettus, 1974). 225.924 M51.

F. Millar, The Roman Near East, 31 B.C.-A.D. 337 (Religion in Antiquity; Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1993).

J. I. Miller, The Spice Trade of the Roman Empire (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1969).

L. Poirier, Les Sept Églises (Washington: Catholic University, 1943).

>>M. Rostovtzeff, The Social and Economic History of the Roman Empire (2d ed.; Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1957). 937 R73.

A. Sand, “Zur Frage Nach dem ‘Sitz Im Leben’ der Apokalyptischen Texte des Neuen Testaments,” New Testament Studies 18 (1971-1972) 167-77. Journal√.

J. N. Sanders, “St. John on Patmos,” New Testament Studies 9 (1962-63) 75-85. Journal√.

S. Sandmel, “Apocalypse and Philo,” Essays on the Occasion of the Seventieth Anniversary of the Dropsie University (eds. A. I. Katsh and L. Nemoy; Philadelphia: Dropsie University, 1979). 909.04924 E78.

R. H. Smith, “Why John Wrote the Apocalypse (Rev 1:9),” Currents in Theology and Mission 22 (October 1995) 356-61. Journal√.

J. E. Stanley, “The Apocalypse and Contemporary Sect Analysis,” Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers 25 (1986) 412-21. 220.6 S67  1986.

Studien zur Religion und Kultur Kleinasiens: Festschrift für Friedrich Karl Dorner zum 65. Geburtstag am 28. Februar 1976 (Etudes Preliminaires Aux Religions Orientales dans l’Empire Romain 66; eds. S. Sahin, E. Schwertheim and J. Wagner; Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1978).

L. A. Thompson, “Domitian and the Jewish Tax,” Historia-Zeitschrift für Alte Geschichte 31/3 (1982) 329-42.

L. L. Thompson, “A Sociological Analysis of Tribulation in the Apocalypse of John,” Semeia 36 (1986) 147-74. Journal√.

--------, “Mooring the Revelation in the Mediterranean,” Society of Biblical Literature 1992 Seminar Papers (Society of Biblical Literature 1992 Seminar Papers 31; Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1992) 635-53. 220.6 S67  1992.

P. Trebilco, Jewish Communities in Asia Minor (Society for New Testament Studies Monograph Series 69; 1991). 939.2 T78.

P. D. Warden, “Imperial Persecution and the Dating of 1 Peter and Revelation,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 34 (1991) 203-12. Journal√.

K. Waters, “Traianus Domitiani Continuator,” American Journal of Philology 90 (1969) 385-405.

R. C. Webber, “Group Solidarity in the Revelation of John,” Society of Biblical Literature 1986 Seminar Papers (Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers; ed. D. Lull; Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1988) 132-40. 220.6 S67  1988.

K. Wengst, The Pax Romana and the Peace of Jesus Christ (trans. J. Bowden; Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1987). 2261.87309015 W47E.

R. L. Wilken, “Pagan Criticism of Christianity: Greek Religion and Christian Faith,” Early Christian Literature and the Classical Tradition: In Honorem Robert M. Grant (eds. W. R. Schoedel and R. L. Wilken; Paris, 1979). 230.11 E12.

--------, The Christians as the Romans Saw Them (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1984).

J. C. Wilson, “The Problem of the Domitianic Date of Revelation,” New Testament Studies 39 (1993) 587-605. Journal√.

P. Wood, “Local Knowledge in the Letters of the Apocalypse,” Evangelical Theology? 73 (1962) 263-4.

 

        Emperor Worship <top>

>>D. E. Aune, “The Influence of Roman Imperial Court Ceremonial on the Apocalypse of John,” Biblical Research: Journal of the Chicago Society of Biblical Research 28 (1983) 5-26. Journal√.

>>G. W. Bowersock, “The Imperial Cult: Perceptions and Persistence,” Jewish and Christian Self-Definition 3: Self-Definition in the Greco-Roman World (eds. B. F. Meyer and E. P. Sanders; Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1983) 171-82. 270.1 J59.

>>--------, “Greek Intellectuals and the Imperial Cult in the Second Century A.D,” Le Culte des Souverains dans l’Empire Romain: 7 Exposes Suivis de Discussions par Elias Bickerman (Entretiens sur l’Antiquite Classique 19; ed. W. d. Boer; Vandoeuvres-Geneve: Fondation Hardt, 1973) 179-212.

M. P. Charlesworth, “Some Observations on Ruler Cult, Especially in Rome,” Harvard Theological Review 27 (1935). Journal√.

D. Cuss, Imperial Cult and Honorary Terms in the New Testament (Paradosis: Contributions to the History of Early Christian Literature and Theology 23; Fribourg: University Press, 1974).

J. R. Fears, “’Princeps a Diis Electus’: The Divine Election of the Emperor as a Political Concept at Rome” (Rome, 1977). 354.37 F28.

--------, “The Theology of Victory at Rome: Approaches and Problems,” Aufstieg und Niedergang der Römischen Welt: Principat: Heidentum 17/2 (1981) 736-826.

D. Fishwick, The Imperial Cult in the Latin West: Studies in the Ruler Cult of the Western Provinces of the Roman Empire (Etudes Preliminaires Aux Religions Orientales dans l’Empire Romain 108; Leiden and New York: E. J. Brill, 1987-1992).

>>S. Friesen, “The Seer and the Sebastoi: Imperial Cults and the Book of Revelation” (Society of Biblical Literature, 1990).

--------, “Ephesus: Key to a Vision in Revelation,” Biblical Archaeology Review 19 (1993) 24-37. Journal√.

--------, Twice Neokoros: Ephesus, Asia and the Cult of the Flavian Imperial Family (Religions in the Graeco-Roman World 116; Leiden and New York: E.J. Brill, 1993).

>>--------, Imperial Cults and the Apocalypse of John (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000). [being processed].

H. Hendrix, “Beyond ‘Imperial Cult’ and ‘Cults of Magistrates’,” Society of Biblical Literature 1986 Seminar Papers 25 (Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers Series; ed. K. H. Richards; Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1986) 301-8. 220.6 S67  1986.

D. L. Jones, “Christianity and the Roman Imperial Cult,” Aufstieg und Niedergang der Römischen Welt, II 23.2 (1980) 1023-54.

A. Kee, “The Imperial Cult: The Unmasking of an Ideology,” Scottish Journal of Religious Studies 6/2 (Autumn 1985) 112-28.

>>J. N. Kraybill, Imperial Cult and Commerce in John’s Apocalypse (Journal for the Study of the New Testament Supplement Series 132; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1996).

J. Länemann, “Die Sieben Sendschreiben der Johannes-Apokalypse: Dokumente für die Konfrontation des Frühen Christentums mit Hellenistisch-Römischen Kultur und Religion in Kleinasien,” Studien zur Religion und Kultur Kleinasiens: Festschrift für Friedrich Karl Dorner zum 65. Geburtstag am 28. Februar 1976 (Etudes Preliminaires Aux Religions Orientales dans l’Empire Romain 66; eds. S. Sahin, E. Schwertheim and J. Wagner; Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1978) 2.516-39.

R. Mellor, Thea Romê: The Worship of the Goddess Roma in the Greek World (Göttingen, 1975).

F. Millar, “The Imperial Cult and the Persecutions,” Le Culte des Souverains dans l’Empire Romain (Foundation Hardt Pour l’Étude de l’Antiquité Classique; ed. W. d. Boer; Geneva: Vandoeuvres, 1972) 145-75.

M. G. Morgan, “Review of [The Flavians: Vespasian, Titus, Domitian: History of a Roman Imperial House], by H. Bengston,” American Historical Review 86/4 (1981) 821.

H. Pleket, “Domitian, the Senate and the Provinces,” Mnemosyne 7 (1961) 296-315.

P. Poucouta, “Les Communautes Johanniques et le Pouvoir Imperial dans Apocalypse 13,” Communautés Johanniques / Johannine Communities (ed. W. Amewowo) 242-64.

S. R. F. Price, “Gods and Emperors: The Greek Language of the Roman Imperial Cult,” Journal of Hellenic Studies 104 (1984) 79-95.

>>--------, Rituals and Power: The Roman Imperial Cult in Asia Minor (New York and Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1984).

P. Prigent, “Au Temps de l’Apocalypse, 1: Domitien (A Suivre),” Revue d’Histoire et de Philosophie Religieuses 54/4 (1974) 455-83.

F. Richard, “[Ancient Sovereigns as qeoiV ejpibathvrioi: A Particular Aspect of the Imperial Cult],” Cahiers d’Histoire 33/3-4 (1988) 441-52.

E. Russell, “A Roman Law Parallel to Revelation Five,” Bibliotheca Sacra 115 (July 1958) 258-64. Journal√.

S. J. Scherrer, “Revelation 13 as an Historical Source for the Imperial Cult Under Domitian,” Harvard Theological Review 74 (October 1981) 406. Journal√.

R. Schütz, Die Offenbarung des Johannes und Kaiser Domitian (Forschungen Zur Religion und Literatur des Alten und Neuen Testaments 50; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1933).

K. Scott, The Imperial Cult Under the Flavians (Stuttgart: W. Kohlhammer, 1936).

C. D. Soule, Emperor Worship and Its Representation in the Apocalypse of John (Dissertation, Boston University School of Theology; 1939).

J. Stam, “El Apocalipsis, Libro Anti-Imperialista,” Lectura del Tiempo Latinoamericano (ed. C. Alvarez; San José: Sebila, 1979) 27-60.

E. Stauffer, “Domitian and John,” Chap. 11, Christ and the Caesars (Philadelphia: Westminster, 1955) 147-91. 270.1 St2.

L. M. Sweet, Roman Emperor Worship (Boston: R. G. Badger, 1919). 937 Sw3.

>>L. R. Taylor, The Divinity of the Roman Emperor (American Philological Association Monograph Series 1; Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1975).

L. L. Thompson, “Domitianus Dominus: A Gloss on Statius, Silvae 1.6.84,” American Journal of Philology 105 (1984) 469-75.

P. Touilleux, L’Apocalypse et les Cultes de Domitien et de Cybele (Paris: Libraire Orientaliste Paul Geunther, 1935).

 

        The Persecution Question <top>

S. Agourides, “The Character of the Early Persecutions of the Church,” Orthodox Theology and Diakonia (ed. D. Constantelos; Brookline, Mass.: Hellenic College Press, 1981) 117-43.

L. W. Barnard, “Clement of Rome and the Persecution of Domitian,” New Testament Studies 10 (1964) 251-60. Journal√.

A. Y. Collins, “Persecution and Vengeance in the Book of Revelation,” Apocalypticism in the Mediterranean World and the Near East: Proceedings of the International Colloquium on Apocalypticism, Uppsala, August 12-17, 1979 (ed. D. Hellholm; Tübingen: J.C.B. Mohr (Paul Siebeck), 1983) 729-50.

>>--------, Crisis and Catharsis: The Power of the Apocalypse (Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1984). 228.06 C69c.

F. G. Downing, “Pliny’s Prosecutions of Christians: Revelation and 1 Peter,” Journal for the Study of the New Testament 34 (1988) 105-23. Journal√.

W. H. C. Frend, “The Persecutions: Some Links Between Judaism and the Early Church,” Journal of Ecclesiastical History 9 (1958) 141-58. Journal√.

--------, “Lord Ceasar or Lord Christ, 70-138?” Chap. 8, Martyrdom and Persecution in the Early Church: A Study of a Conflict from the Maccabees to Donatus (New York: New York University Press, 1967) 155-72. 272.1 F88.

--------, Martyrdom and Persecution in the Early Church: A Study of a Conflict from the Maccabees to Donatus (New York: New York University Press, 1967). 272.1 F88.

>>B. Jones, Domitian and the Senatorial Order (Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 1979).

P. Keresztes, “The Imperial Roman Government and the Christian Church: From Nero to the Severi,” Aufstieg und Niedergang der Römischen Welt, II 23.1 (1979) 247-315.

>>--------, “The Jews, the Christians, and the Emperor Domitian,” Vigiliae Christianae 27 (1973) 1-28.

J. H. V. Knudsen, The Treatment of the Domitian Persecution in the History of Modern Research (Ph.D. dissertation; Hartford Seminary, 1943).

>>D. Magie, Roman Rule in Asia Minor: To the End of the Third Century After Christ (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1950). 939.2 M19.

D. McFayden, “The Occasion of the Domitianic Persecution,” The American Journal of Theology 24 (1920) 46-66. Journal√.

E. T. Merrill, “The Alleged Persecution of Christians by Domitian,” Anglical Theological Review 2 (1919-1920) 1-26.

R. L. P. Milburn, “The Persecution of Domitian,” Church Quarterly Review 278 (January-March 1945) 154-64. Journal√.

F. Millar, “The Imperial Cult and the Persecutions,” Le Culte des Souverains dans l’Empire Romain (Foundation Hardt Pour l’Étude de l’Antiquité Classique; ed. W. d. Boer; Geneva: Vandoeuvres, 1972) 145-75.

B. Newman, “The Fallacy of the Domitian Hypothesis: A Critique of the Irenaeus Source as a Witness for the Contemporary Historical Approach to the Interpretation of the Apocalypse,” New Testament Studies 10/1 (1963) 133-9. Journal√.

W. M. Ramsay, “The Flavian Persecution in the Province of Asia,” Expositor 10 (6th series) (1904) 241-59.

S. J. Scherrer, “Signs and Wonders in the Imperial Cult: A New Look at a Roman Religious Institution in the Light of Rev 13:13-15,” Journal of Biblical Literature 103 (1984) 599-610. Journal√.

A. N. Sherwin-White, Roman Society and Roman Law in the New Testament: The Sarum Lectures, 1960-1961 (Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1978). 225.95 Sh5.

--------, “The Early Persecutions and Roman Law Again,” Journal of Theological Studies 3 (1952) 199-213. Journal√.

--------, The Letters of Pliny: A Historical and Social Commentary (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1966) 691-712.

E. M. Smallwood, “Domitian’s Attitude Toward the Jews and Judaism,” Classical Philology 51 (1956) 1-13.

J. P. M. Sweet, “Maintaining the Testimony of Jesus: The Suffering of Christians in the Revelation of John (and Use of Zech 12 - 14 in the NT),” Suffering and Martyrdom in the New Testament: Studies Presented to G. M. Styler by the Cambridge New Testament Seminar (eds W. Horbury and B. McNeil; Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1981) 101-17. 231.8 S94.

P. D. Warden, “Imperial Persecution and the Dating of 1 Peter and Revelation,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 34 (1991) 203-12. Journal√.

 

        Archaeological Background and Astrology <top>

E. Akurgal, Ancient Civilizations and Ruins of Turkey (2d ed.; Istanbul, 1970).

G. E. Bean, Aegean Turkey: An Archaeological Guide (Prager, 1966). 914.961 B36.

R. Beauvery, “L’Apocalypse au Risque de la Numismatique [Plate],” Revue Biblique 90 (April 1983) 243-60. Journal√.

T. V. Buttrey, Greek, Roman, and Islamic Coins from Sardis (Archaeological Exploration of Sardis 7; Cambridge and London: Harvard University Press, 1981).

J. H. Charlesworth, “Jewish Interest in Astrology During the Hellenistic and Roman Period,” Aufstieg und Niedergang der Römischen Welt: II, Principat 20.2 (1987) 926-56.

J. M. Chevalier, A Postmodern Revelation: Signs of Astrology and the Apocalypse (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1997).J. A. Cramer, A Geographical and Historical Description of Asia Minor (Amsterdam: A. M. Hakkert, 1971).

J. Cumming, Lectures on the Seven Churches of Asia Minor (Apocalyptic Sketches; London: A. Hall, Virtue, 1852).

C. J. Hemer, “Unto the Angels of the Churches,” Buried History 11 (1975) 4-27, 56-83, 110-35, 164-90.

--------, The Letters to the Seven Churches of Asia in Their Local Setting (JSOT Press, 1986). 228.06 H48.

H. Koester, ed, Ephesos--Metropolis of Asia: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Its Archaeology, Religion, and Culture (Harvard Theological Studies; Valley Forge, Pa.: Trinity Press International, 1997). 939.23 E63.

--------, ed, Pergamon--Citadel of the Gods: Archaeological Record, Literary Description, and Religious Development (Harvard Theological Studies; Harrisburg, Pa.: Trinity Press International, 1998).

L. Kreitzer, “Sibylline Oracles 8, the Roman Imperial Adventus Coinage of Hadrian and the Apocalypse of John,” Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha 4 (1989) 69-84.

E. E. Lemcio, “Ephesus and the ‘New Testament’ Canon,” Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester 69/1 (1986) 210-34.

L. I. Levine, Ancient Synagogues Revealed (Jerusalem and Detroit: The Israel Exploration Society and Wayne State University Press, 1982). 726.30933 A54.

P. Levi, The Greek World (The Cultural Atlas of the World; Alexandria, Va.: Stonehenge Press, 1990).

B. J. Malina, On the Genre and Message of Revelation: Star Visions and Sky Journeys (Peabody, Mass: Hendrickson Publishers, 1995).

B. Mazar, ed, Views of the Biblical World (trans. M. Dagut, collaborator M. Avi-Yonah and A. Malamat; Chicago: Jordan Publications, 1959-). 220.93 V67.

O. F. A. Meinardus, “The Christian Remains of the Seven Churches of the Apocalypse,” Biblical Archaeologist 37 (1974) 69-82. Journal√.

M. S. Moore, “Jesus Christ: ‘Superstar’,” Novum Testamentum 24 (January 1982) 82-91. Journal√.

U. B. Müller, Zur Frühchristlichen Theologiegeschichte: Judenchristentum und Paulinismus in Kleinasien an der Wende Vom Ersten Zum Zweiten Jahrhundert n.Chr. (Gütersloh: Gutersloher Verlagshaus Gerd Mohn, 1976).

L. J. Ness, Astrology and Judaism in Late Antiquity (University Microfilms International; Ph.D. Dissertation; Ann Arbor, Mich., 1997).

R. E. Oster, A Bibliography on Ancient Ephesus (ATLA Bibliography Series 19; Metuchen, N.J.: Scarecrow Press, 1987).

--------, Ephesus as a Religious Center Under the Principate: Paganism Before Constantine,” Aufstieg und Niedergang der Römischen Welt, II 18.3 (1990) 1661-728.

A. Ramage and N. H. Ramage, Twenty-Five Years of Discovery at Sardis: 1958-1983 (Archaeological Exploration of Sardis, 1983).

W. Ramsay, The Letters to the Seven Churches (2d ed.; ed. M. W. Wilson; Peabody, Mass.: Hendrickson Publishers, 1994). 228 R14.

T. Reinach, “Hymnodes,” Dictionnaire des Antiquités Grècques et Romaines d’Après les Textes et les Monuments (ed. Daremberg et Saglio; Paris) 40ff.

D. A. d. Silva, “On the Genre and Message of Revelation: Star Visions and Sky Journeys,” Review, Journal of Biblical Literature 116/3 (Fall 1997). Journal√.

K. A. Strand, Three Essays on Early Church History; with Emphasis on the Roman Province of Asia (Ann Arbor, Mich.: Braun-Brumfield, 1967). 270.1 S89.

M. Wojciechowski, “Seven Churches and Seven Celestial Bodies,” Biblische Notizen 45 (1988) 48-50.

R. H. Worth Jr., The Seven Cities of the Apocalypse and Greco-Asian Culture (Mahwah, N.J.: Paulist Press, 1999). 228.067 W93.

--------, The Seven Cities of the Apocalypse and Roman Culture (Mahwah, N.J.: Paulist Press, 1999). 228.067 W93s.

E. M. Yamauchi, New Testament Cities in Western Asia Minor: Light from Archaeology on Cities of Paul and the Seven Churches of Revelation (foreword by W. W. Gasque; Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1980). 225.93 Y19.

I. Zatelli, “Astrology and the Worship of the Stars in the Bible” (gen ed O. Kaiser), Zeitschrift für die Altestamentliche Wissenschaft 103/1 (1991) 86-99. Journal√.

 

        Revelation and the Dead Sea Scrolls <top>

D. C. Allison, “4Q403 Frag. 1, Col. 1, 38-46 and the Revelation to John,” Revue de Qumran 12 (1985-87) 409-14.

J. M. Baumgarten, “The Duodecimal Courts of Qumran, Revelation, and the Sanhedrin,” Journal of Biblical Literature 95 (1976) 59-78. Journal√.

O. Böcher, “Die Johannes-Apokalypse und die Texte von Qumran,” Aufstieg und Niedergang der Römischen Welt, II 25.5 (1988) 3894-8.

J. H. Charlesworth, ed, Qumran Questions (The Biblical Seminar 36; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1995).

J. J. Collins, “The Mythology of Holy War in Daniel and the Qumran War Scroll: A Point of Transition in Jewish Apocalyptic,” Vetus Testamentum 25 (July 1975) 596-612.

>>--------, Apocalypticism in the Dead Sea Scrolls (London and New York: Routledge, 1997).

--------, The Scepter and the Star: The Messiahs of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Other Ancient Literature (New York: Doubleday, 1995). 296.33 C71.

J. Duhaime, “La Règle de la Guerre de Qumrân et l’Apocalyptique,” Science et Esprit 36 (Ja-Ap 1084) 67-88.

S. Goranson, “The Exclusion of Ephraim in Rev. 7:4-8 and Essene Polemic Against Pharisees,” Dead Sea Discoveries 2/1 (1995) 80-5.

--------, “Essene Polemic in the Apocalypse of John,” Legal Texts and Legal Issues: Proceedings of the Second Meeting of the International Organization for Qumran Studies, Cambridge, 1995: Published in Honour of Joseph M. Baumgarten (eds. M. Bernstein, F. García Martínez and J. Kampen; Leiden: Brill, 1997) 453-60.

D. R. Hillers, “Revelation 13:18 and a Scroll from Murabba’at,” Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 170 (April 1963) 65.

A. Hutchinson, The Apocalypse of John and the Qumran Texts.

W. H. Lumpkin, A Comparative Study of the Concept of Temple and Its Imagery in the Writings of the Qumran Community and in the Apocalypse (1991).

R. D. Moore, “Personification of the Seduction of Evil: ‘The Wiles of the Wicked Woman’,” Revue de Qumran 10/4 (December 1981) 505-19.

R. Moskow, “The Dialectics of Biblical Enigma, Parable and Typology: From Genesis to the Revelation of John, from Qumran: Revelation and the Teacher of Righteousness [Figs],” Mogilany 1989: Papers on the Dead Sea Scrolls Offered in Memory of Jean Carmignac, Part 2 (ed. J. Zdzislaw); 23-46.

S. Wibbing, Die Tugend- und Lasterkataloge im Neuen Testament und ihre Traditionsgeschichte unter Besonderer Berücksichtigung der Qumran-Texte (Berlin: Verlag Alfred Töpelmann, 1959). 225.8 W63.

 

Theological Studies <top>

C. H. Allen, The Message of the Book of Revelation (New York and Nashville: Abingdon-Cokesbury Press, 1939). 228 AL5.

A. H. Baldinger, Sermons on Revelation (foreword by C. F. Wishart; New York: George H. Doran Company, 1924).

W. Barclay, “Great Themes of the N.T.: Revelation XIII,” Expository Times 70/9 (June 1959) 260-4, and 71/10 (July 1959) 292-6. Journal√.

R. Bauckham, “The Great Tribulation in the Shepherd of Hermas,” Journal of Theological Studies 25 (1974) 27-40. Journal√.

--------, “The Delay of the Parousia,” Tyndale Bulletin 31 (1980) 3-36. Journal√.

--------, “The Worship of Jesus in Apocalyptic Christianity,” New Testament Studies 27 (1980-1981) 322-41. Journal√.

--------, “The Economic Critique of Rome in Revelation 18,” Images of Empire (Journal for the Study of the Old Testament: Supplement Series 122; ed. L. Alexander; Sheffield, England: Sheffield Academic Press, 1991). Journal√.

--------, The Climax of Prophecy: Studies on the Book of Revelation (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 1993). 228.06 B33c.

*--------, The Theology of the Book of Revelation (New Testament Theology; Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 1993). 228.06 B33.

--------, “The Role of the Spirit in the Apocalypse,” Evangelical Quarterly Review 52 (1980) 66-83. Journal√.

G. K. Beale, “The Influence of Daniel Upon the Structure and Theology of John’s Apocalypse,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 27 (1984) 413-23. Journal√.

G. R. Beasley-Murray, Revelation: Three Viewpoints (H. H. Hobbs and R. F. Robbins; Nashville: Broadman Press, 1972). 228.06 B36.

--------, “How Christian is the Book of Revelation?” Reconciliation and Hope: New Testament Essays on Atonement and Eschatology Presented to L. L. Morris on His 60th Birthday (ed. R. J. Banks; Grand Rapids: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1974) 275-84. 234 R31.

>>L. Boff, “Martyrdom: An Attempt in Systematic Reflection,” Martyrdom Today (Concilium 163; eds. J. B. Metz and E. Schillebeeckx; trans. P. Burns; Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 1983). 272.9 M38.

>>M. E. Boring, “The Theology of Revelation: ‘The Lord Our God the Almighty Reigns,’” Interpretation 40/3 (July 1986) 257-69. Journal√.

--------, “Revelation 19-21: End Without Closure,” Princeton Seminary Bulletin (1994) 57-84. Supplementary Issue 3. Journal√.

J. W. Bowman, “The Revelation to John: Its Dramatic Structure and Message,” Interpretation 9 (1955) 436-53. Journal√.

F. F. Bruce, “The Spirit in the Apocalypse,” Christ and Spirit in the New Testament (eds B. Lindars and S. S. Smalley; Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1974) 333-44. 232.9 C55.

G. B. Caird, “On Deciphering the Book of Revelation,” Expository Times 74 (1962/1963) 13-5, 51-3, 82-4, 103-5. Journal√.

R. Calkins, “Militant Message: How to Preach from the Apocalyptic Message of the Bible,” Interpretation 2 (1948) 430-43. Journal√.

--------, The Social Message of the Book of Revelation (New York City: The Womans Press, 1920).

A. Y. Collins, “Coping with Hostility,” Bible Today 19/6 (1981) 367-72. Journal√.

--------, “Oppression from Without: The Symbolisation of Rome as Evil in Early Christianity,” Truth and Its Victims (eds. W. Beuken, S. Freyne and A. Weiler; 1988) 66-74. 272 T87.

--------, “Appreciating the Apocalypse as a Whole,” Review, Interpretation 45/2 (April 1991) 187-9. Journal√.

J. J. Collins, “The Apocalypse: Revelation and Imagination,” Bible Today 19/6 (1981) 361-6. Journal√.

J. M. Efird, Revelation for Today: An Apocalyptic Approach (Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1989).

V. Eller, “How the Kings of the Earth Land in the New Jerusalem: ‘The World’ in the Book of Revelation,” Katallagete 5 (Summer 1975) 21-7. Journal√.

>>W. B. Ewing, The Power of the Lamb: Revelation’s Theology of Liberation for You (Cambridge, Mass.: Cowley Publications, 1990). 228.06 E95.

E. S. Fiorenza, The Words of Prophecy: Reading the Apocalypse Theologically, Studies in the Book of Revelation, ed. S. Moyise (Edinburgh: T&T Clark, 2001) 1-20.

>>G. Goldsworthy, The Gospel in Revelation: Gospel and Apocalypse (Exeter: Paternoster Press, 1984). 221.6 G624.

--------, The Lamb and the Lion: The Gospel in Revelation (Nashville: T. Nelson, 1985).

G. H. Guyot, “The Apocalypse in the Seminary Scripture Course,” The Catholic Biblical Quarterly 9 (1947) 471-8. Journal√.

A. T. Hanson, The Wrath of the Lamb (London: SPCK, 1957). 231 H19.

>>T. Harding, “Take Back the Apocalypse,” Touchstone 3/1 (January 1985) 29-35. Journal√.

D. R. Jacobs, “The Conquering Lamb,” The Way of the Cross and Resurrection: Meditations for the Lenten Season (ed. J. M. Drescher; Scottdale, Pa.: Herald Press, 1978) 249-60. 242.34 D47.

T. J. Keegan, “Revelation: A Source of Encouragement,” Vox Evangelica 12 (1981) 373-7. Journal√.

W. R. Kempson, Theology in the Revelation of John (Dissertation, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; 1982).

S. H. Kio, “The Exodus Symbol of Liberation in the Apocalypse and Its Relevance for Some Aspects of Translation,” Bible Translator 40 (January 1989) 120-35. Journal√.

J. Nelson Kraybill, “Apocalypse Now,” Christianity Today 43/12 (Oct. 25, 1999) 30-40. Also available online at http://www.aom.org/articles/apocalypse.htm. Journal√.

--------, “The New Jerusalem as Paradigm for Mission,” Mission Focus 2 (1994) 123-32.

R. W. Kusche, The Concept of the Community of Believers in the Apocalypse of John: A Study in the Doctrine of the Church (Ph.D. Dissertation; Vanderbilt University, 1960).

S. Laws, In the Light of the Lamb: Imagery, Parody, and Theology in the Apocalypse of John (Wilmington, Del.: M. Glazier, 1988). 228.06 L42.

C. M. Laymon, The Book of Revelation: Its Message and Meaning (New York: Abingdon Press, 1960). 228 L45.

R. Leivestad, Christ the Conqueror: Ideas of Conflict and Victory in the New Testament (London: S.P.C.K.,