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Navigating Revelation : charts for the voyage, a pedagogical aid

Author: Eugene E Lemcio
Publisher: Eugene : Wipf & Stock Publishers, ©2011.
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"Not a reference tool, this unique work is a teaching-learning guide to studying the Book of Revelation. The focus is on showing how rather than on telling that. Charts followed by leading questions and statements help both faculty and students to see how St. John adopted and adapted his sacred texts (as well as Jewish and Greco-Roman resources) in light of his convictions about and experience of Jesus. Noticing the  Read more...
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Title: Navigating Revelation : charts for the voyage, a pedagogical aid /
Database Name: WorldCat
All Authors / Contributors: Eugene E Lemcio
ISBN: 1610977025; 9781610977029
Notes: Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references (pages 67-68).
Description: xiv, 68 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Responsibility: Eugene E. Lemcio.
Year: ©2011.
Publisher: Eugene : Wipf & Stock Publishers,
Class Descriptors: LC Class No.: BS2825.55; Dewey No.: [E]
OCLC No.: 768811150

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"Not a reference tool, this unique work is a teaching-learning guide to studying the Book of Revelation. The focus is on showing how rather than on telling that. Charts followed by leading questions and statements help both faculty and students to see how St. John adopted and adapted his sacred texts (as well as Jewish and Greco-Roman resources) in light of his convictions about and experience of Jesus. Noticing the dominance of words and themes leads one to discover the primary concerns of the Author and his readers. Observing how John internally arranged his visions provides a clue as to the kind of work it is and how it was meant to function." -- Publisher's description.
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