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A perpetual commentary on the Revelation of St. John

A perpetual commentary on the Revelation of St. John

with a preliminary discourse ... By Charles Daubuz, ... New modell"d, abridg"d, and render"d plain ... by Peter Lancaster, ...

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Published by printed for the author, and sold by W. Innys in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 4202, no. 06.
ContributionsDaubuz, Charles, 1673-1717., Lancaster, Peter, fl. 1722-1730.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[16],631,[1]p.
Number of Pages631
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16917747M

Revelation of St. John. Behold, righteous John. And I directed my sight, and saw a book lying, of the thickness, methought, of seven mountains; and the length of it the mind of man cannot comprehend, having seven seals. And I said: O Lord my God, reveal to me what is written in this book. And I heard a voice saying to me: Hear, righteous John. Mounce, Robert H. The Book of Revelation: New International Commentary on the NT: Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, (Note: also categorized as preterist-futurist) Metzger, Bruce. Breaking the Code Understanding the Book of Revelation. Nashville: Abingdon Press, Pieters, Albertus. Studies in the Revelation of St. John. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans.

COMMENTARY ON THE REVELATION OF ST. JOHN BY THE REV. WILLIAM BRUCE JAMES SPEIRS 36 BLOOMSBURY STREET, LONDON study as the Book of Revelation, and none has received so many and such various interpretations. This may be accounted for by the nature of the book itself. At once prophetic and enigmatic, it gives the greatest stimulus to human. A Commentary On The Revelation Of St John Considered At The Divine Book Of History In Which God Has Deleniated What Is Now Past Present And To Come Book Title: A Commentary on the Revelation of St John Considered at the Divine Book of History in which .

On the proper use of intertextuality in Revelation, see Pierre Prigent, Commentary on the Apocalypse of St. John, trans. Wendy Pradels (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, ), 15– See also David E. Aune, “Apocalypse Renewed: An Intertextual Reading of the Apocalypse of John,” in The Reality of Apocalypse: Rhetoric and Politics in the Book of Reve-. [43] Albertus Pieters, Studies in the Revelation of St. John (Grand Rapids, Michigan: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, ), p. Verse 7 And the first sounded, and there followed hail and fire, mingled with blood, and they were cast upon the earth: and the third part of the earth was burnt up, and the third part of the trees was burnt up, and all green grass was burnt up.


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Daubuz, Charles, A Perpetual Commentary on the Revelation of St. John; with a Preliminary Discourse concerning the principles upon which the said Revelation is to be understood.

New Modell'd, Abridg'd, and renderâd plain to the meanest capacity, by Peter Lancaster. Daubuz, Charles, A Perpetual Commentary on the Revelation of St. John; with a Preliminary Discourse concerning the principles upon which the said Revelation is to be understood. New Modell'd, Abridg'd, and render'd plain to the meanest capacity, by Peter Lancaster.

A Perpetual Commentary on the Revelation of St. John, with a preliminary discourse concerning the principles upon which the said Revelation is to be understood.

By Charles Daubuz New modell'd, abridg'd, and render'd plain to the meanest capacity, by Peter Lancaster. [With the text.]. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read.

Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. A Commentary on the Revelation of John Book Summary: In this widely praised exposition of Revelation, George Eldon Ladd treats the Apocalypse as a true prophecy--one that reflects the situation of the church when the book was written as well as the situation the church will face at the time of the consummation of God's redemptive plan.

A Commentary on the Revelation of St. John the Divine Paperback – January 1, by G. Caird (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Cited by: 1 The Revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave unto him, to shew unto his servants things which must shortly be done; which he sent, and shewed by his Angel unto his servant John, 2 Who bare record of the word of God, and of the testimony of Jesus Christ, and of all things that he Size: KB.

The full title of the book which I quote is the following: "The General History of the Christian Church, from her birth to her final triumphant state in Heaven, chiefly deduced from the Apocalypse of St. John the Apostle. By Sig. Pastorini. 'Blessed is he that readeth and heareth the words of this prophecy.' - Apocalypse, Revelation The Book of Revelation in the Bible is one of the more difficult books of the Bible to understand.

A Testimony of Jesus Christ is a commentary that explains some of the mysteries of Revelation. Introduction. This commentary on Revelation will prove, contrary to what most people think, that the Revelation, the last book of the Bible, is not difficult to understand if we will take a simple, face-value, common-sense approach to interpreting it.

It is only when we start to over-allegorize it or to force its interpretation according to our pre-conceived ideas or doctrines about the “end. A very good commentary on a difficult book. Caird shows a great deal of understanding of the symbolic imagery of Revelation and gives ample details, showing its roots in the Old Testament, Second Temple Judaism and intertestamental literature, and imperial iconography/5.

The Revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave to Him, and showed unto His servants things which must shortly come to pass, and signified it. Blessed are they who read and hear the words of this prophecy, and keep the things which are written. Notes. See, e.g. Leon Morris, The Revelation of St.

John (Tyndale New Testament Commentaries; Downers Grove: InterVarsity, ), 40; Mark Hitchcock, “The Stake in the Heart—The AD 95 Date of Revelation,” in The End Times Controversy (Eugene, OR: Harvest House, ), Robert H. Mounce, The Book of Revelation, rev. ed.(The New International Commentary on the.

A perpetual commentary on the Revelation of St. John: Wherein is contain'd I. The original Sacred text--II. The nature of the prophetick stile--III. The history of the church of Christ with a preliminary discourse concerning the certainty of the principles upon which the Revelation of St.

About the Book of Revelation 1 The writer. The writer of this book simply calls himself John. He wrote to the *churches in Asia. He describes himself as their brother in the family of God. The Christians in Asia probably knew him well.

Asia in this book is part of the country that we now call Turkey. A Perpetual Commentary on the Revelation of St. John, vol. 3 () De Burgh, William. An Exposition of the Book of Revelation () Dean, J. - The Book of Revelation () Durham, James.

A Commentary Upon the Book of Revelation () Dusterdieck, Friedrich. These books were generally written with the special purpose of giving encouragement to the {} servants of God in times of distress and persecution.

The Revelation of St. John was written under similar circumstances, but is by far the most sublime of these writings. The theme of the book is the conflict of Christ and His church with anti-Christian powers (the devil, the beast, the false prophet, Revelation ), and the ultimate and decisive defeat of the latter; its keynote is in the words, "Come, Lord Jesus" (Revelation ; compare Revelation ); but it is to be noticed, as characteristic of the.

A perpetual commentary on the Revelation of St. John: with a preliminary discourse By Charles Daubuz New modell'd, abridg'd, and render'd plain by Peter Lancaster. The same declaration is reiterated at the end of the book of Revelation in Chapter“ and the Lord God of the holy prophets sent His angel to show his servants the things which must shortly take place“.

And in ve “ do not seal the words of the prophesy of this book, for the time is at hand”. This Commentary/Illustration publication is THE book for anyone who has studied the Apocalypse (Book of Revelation) and are convinced of 3 things: (1) The apocalypse was written to be understood and meant for John's contemporaries, and it consists of visions about what was to occur in 5/5(2).A Commentary On The Revelation Of St John Considered As The Divine Book Of History In Which God Has Delineated What Is Now Past Present And To Come And Decided Beforehand The Great Questions Of Each Succeeding Age And Especially Of Our Own Author by: Samuel GARRATT.An account given of him by the inspired penman himself, fairly laying down, in the beginning, what he designed his whole book should be the proof of ; and again ; and again.

II. The testimony of John Baptist concerning him (v.and v. 15); but most fully and particularly. III.