Item description for Interpreting The Book Of Revelation by Kevin J. Conner...
Overview In this companion volume to Interpreting the Scriptures, Kevin J. Conner unlocks the mysteries of the book of Revelation. Not an exposition in itself, the text purposely avoids eschatological controversy by focusing on teaching the reader how to apply proper hermeneutical principles.
Publishers Description The fundamental principles for unlocking the mysteries of the Book of Revelation are presented by internationally recognized biblical studies teacher and author Kevin J. Conner.
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Studio: CITY CHRISTIAN PUBLISHING AAAV
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.04" Width: 6.74" Height: 0.49" Weight: 0.85 lbs.
Release Date Mar 19, 2000
Publisher City Christian Publishing
ISBN 0914936107 ISBN13 9780914936107
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Useful companion guide. Oct 17, 2001
This book deals with the principles of interpreting Revelation (hermeneutics). The first eight chapters deal with hermeneutical problems, schools of interpretation, historical background, methods of interpretation, principles of research, structure, history or prophecy, theology of Revelation. The remainder of the book deals with the hermeneutical principles of Revelation including context, theology and figures of speech.
The book is well laid out with headings and sub-headings etc. Particularly useful is the list of Old and New Testament allusions in Revelation. Also the list of symbols used and their interpretation, and the numerology of Revelation. There is a lot in the book that will not be found in the standard commentaries.
It is of intermediate level and will suite the student approaching Revelation for the first time, or the group study leader.