Articles and Chapters in Books

Introductory and General

Mitchell G. Reddish, “Revelation: Introduction”, Introduction to Revelation (Smyth and Helwys Bible Commentary: Macon, GA: Smyth & Helwys, 2001), reproduced on the Smyth & Helwys website.

C. Van Den Biesen, “Apocalypse”, Catholic Encyclopaedia (1911)

Robert M. Grant, “The Book of Revelation”, Chapter 15 in A Historical Introduction to the New Testament (New York: Harper & Row, 1963), reproduced on Religion-Online.

Richard Heard, “The Study of Revelation”, Chapter 24 in An Introduction to the New Testament (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1950), reproduced on Religion-Online. See also: Chapter 25: The Revelation of John and Chapter 26: The Place of Apocalyptic in the Teaching of Jesus and of the Early Church.

Barry D. Smith, “The Book of Revelation”, an element among the on-line course materials for The New Testament and Its Context at Atlantic Baptist University.

Articles & Reviews

Eduardo Ahrens K., “La composición del Apocalipsis.” Revista Biblica 60.1 (1998) 13-30.

David E. Aune, “The Apocalypse of John and Palestinian Jewish Apocalyptic”. Neotestamentica 40.1 (2006): 1-33.

David L. Barr, “Using Plot to Discern Structure in John’s Apocalypse”. Proceedings of the Eastern Great Lakes and Mid-West Biblical Societies 15 (1995): 23-33.

David L. Barr, “Who Says? Who Hears? The Narrative Rhetoric of John’s Apocalypse”. (1998).

Richard Bauckham, “Creation’s Praise of God in the Book of Revelation.” Biblical Theology Bulletin 38.2 (2008): 55-63.

George R. Beasley-Murray, “How Christian Is the Book of Revelation?” In: Robert Banks (ed). Reconciliation and Hope: New Testament Essays on Atonement and Eschatology Presented to L.L. Morris on His 60th Birthday. (Carlisle: Paternoster, 1974). pp 275-284.

Daniel Berrigan, “War in Heaven, Peace on Earth”. Spirituality Today 40.1 (1988): 36-51.

Giancarlo Biguzzi, “The Chaos of Rev 22,6-21 and Prophecy in Asia”. Biblica 83.2 (2002): 193-210.

Giancarlo Biguzzi, “Is the Babylon of Revelation Rome or Jerusalem?” Biblica 87.3 (2006): 372-386.

Ian Boxall, “(1:1-3)”. In: The Revelation of Saint John. (Black’s New Testament Commentaries 18.). (Peabody: Hendrickson Publishers; London: Continuum, 2006). pp 21-27.

Mark R. Bredin, “Hate Never Dispelled Hate: No Place for the Pharmakos”. Biblical Theology Bulletin 34.3 (2004): 105-113.

Mark R. Bredin, “God the Carer: Revelation and the Environment.”
Biblical Theology Bulletin 38.2 (2008): 76-86.

G. B. Caird, “Introduction”. In. A Commentary on the Revelation of St. John the Divine. (London: Black, 1966). pp 1-7.

G. B. Caird, “[Revelation 1:1-19]”. In. A Commentary on the Revelation of St. John the Divine. (London: Black, 1966). pp 9-26.

Eun-Chul Shin, “The Conqueror Motif in Chapters 12-13 : A Heavenly and an Earthly Perspective in the Book of Revelation”. Verbum et Ecclesia 28.1 (2007): 207-223.

Henk Jan De Jonge, “The Apocalypse of John and the Imperial Cult”. In: H. F. J. Horstmanshoff, H. W. Singor, F. T. Van Straten & J. H. M. Strubbe (eds). Kykeon: Studies in Honour of H.S. Versnel. (Leiden: Brill, 2002). pp 127-141.

Henk Jan De Jonge, “The Function of Religious Polemics: The Case of the Revelation of John Versus the Imperial Cult”. In: T. L . Hettema & A. van der Kooij (eds). Religious Polemics in Context: Papers Presented to the Second International Conference of the Leiden Institute for the Study of Religions (Lisor) Held at Leiden, 27-28 April 2000. (Assen: Van Gorcum, 2005). pp 276-290.

Matthijs Den Dulk, “The Promises to the Conquerors in the Book of Revelation”. Biblica 87.4 (2006): 516-522.

David A. DeSilva, “A Socio-Rhetorical Investigation of Revelation 14:6-13: A Call to Act Justly toward the Just and Judging God”. Bulletin for Biblical Research 9 (1999) 65-117.

David A. DeSilva, “The Strategic Arousal of Emotion in John’s Visions of Roman Imperialism: A Rhetorical-Critical Investigation of Revelation 4-22”. Neotestamentica 42.1 (2008): 1-34.

David A. DeSilva, “Why should we listen to John? The construction of ethos in Revelation.” In: Seeing things John’s way: the rhetoric of revelation. (Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press, 2009), 117-145.

Pieter G. R. De Villiers, “The Glory of the Son of Man in Revelation 1-3: Reflections on Mysticism in the New Testament”. Acta Theologica 29.1 (2009): 17-39.

Jonathan A. Draper, “George Khambule and the Book of Revelation: Prophet of the Open Heaven”. Neotestamentica 38.2 (2004): 250-274.

John H. Elliott, “‘Worthy Is Christ’: A Modern Hymn and Its Apocalyptic Pedigree”. Currents in Theology and Mission 30.6 (2003): 406-422.

Donald Guthrie, “The Lamb in the Structure of the Book of Revelation”. Vox Evangelica 12 (1981): 64-71.

K. C. Hanson, “Blood and Purity in Leviticus and Revelation”. Listening 28.(1993): 215-230.

Philip A. Harland, “Honouring the emperor or assailing the beast: participation in civic life among associations (Jewish, Christian and other) in Asia Minor and the Apocalypse of John.” Journal for the Study of the New Testament 77 (2000) 99-121.

Wes Howard-Brook , “Come out of Her, My People: Reading the Book of Revelation without the Rapture.” Sojourners (March-April 1999).

Loren L. Johns, “The Lamb in the Rhetorical Program of the Apocalypse of John”. (1998).

Edwin A. Judge, “The Mark of the Beast, Revelation 13:16”. Tyndale Bulletin 42.1 (1991): 158-160.

Catherine Keller, “Why apocalypse, now?” Theology Today 49.2 (1992) 183-195.

Judith Kovacs & Christopher Rowland, “Introduction”. In: Revelation. (Oxford: Blackwell, 2004). pp 1-38.

Judith Kovacs & Christopher Rowland, “Revelation 1”. In: Revelation. (Oxford: Blackwell, 2004).

J. Lambrecht, “The Opening of the Seals (Rev 6.1–8.6)”, Biblica 79 (1998), pp. 198-221

J. Lambrecht, “Final Judgments and Ultimate Blessings: The Climactic Visions of Revelation 20.11-21,8”, Biblica 81 (2000), pp. 362-385.

Xavier Levieils, “Juifs Et Grecs Dans La Communauté Johannique”. Biblica 82.1 (2001): 51-78. [French]

J. A. Loubser, “D.H. Lawrence’s Extra-Ordinary ‘Ordinary Reading’ of the Apocalypse”. Neotestamentica 38.2 (2004): 326-346.

Dave Mathewson, “The Destiny of the Nations in Revelation 21:1-22:5”. Tyndale Bulletin 53.(2002): 121-142.

Steve Moyise, “Authorial Intention and the Book of Revelation”. Andrews University Seminary Studies 39.1 (2001): 35-40.

Stephen Moyise, “‘Does the Lion Lie down with the Lamb?’” in Stephen Moyise (ed.), Studies in the Book of Revelation (Edinburgh: T & T Clark, 2001), pp. 181-194.

Steve Moyise, “Does the Author of Revelation Misappropriate the Scriptures?” Andrews University Seminary Studies 40.1 (2002): 3-21.

Steve Moyise, “The Psalms and the Book of Revelation”. In: Steve Moyise & Maarten J. J. Menken (eds). The Psalms in the New Testament. (London: T. & T. Clark International, 2004). pp 231-246.

Steve Moyise, “Singing the Song of Moses and the Lamb: John’s Dialogical Use of Scripture”. Andrews University Seminary Studies 42 (2004): 347-360.

Steve Moyise, “Word Frequencies in the Book of Revelation”. Andrews University Seminary Studies 43.(2005): 285-299.

Louis Painchaud, “Identité Chrétienne Et Pureté Rituelle Dans L’apocalypse De Jean De Patmos: L’emploi Du Terme Koinon En Ap 21,27”. Laval Théologique et Philosophique 62.2 (2006): 345-357. [French]

Floyd O. Parker, Jr., “‘Our Lord and God’ in Rev 4,11: Evidence for the Late Date of Revelation?”, Biblica 82 (2001), pp. 207-231.

Boris A. Paschke, “Die Damnatio Und Consecratio Der Zwei Zeugen (Offb 11)”. Biblica 89.4 (2008): 555-575. [German]

Richard D. Patterson, “Lion and Lamb as Metaphors of Divine-Human Relationships”. (n.d.).

Mitchell Glenn Reddish, “Introduction”. In: Revelation. (Macon: Smyth & Helwys, 2001). pp 1-30.

James L. Resseguie, “Introduction”. In. The Revelation of John: A Narrative Commentary. (Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2009). pp 17-59.

Gonzalo Rojas-Flores, “The Book of Revelation and the First Years of Nero’s Reign”. Biblica 85.3 (2004): 375-392.

Eckhard J. Schnabel, “John and the Future of the Nations”. Bulletin for Biblical Research 12.(2002): 243-271.

Rick Strelan, “‘Outside Are the Dogs and the Sorcerers …’: Revelation 22:15”. Biblical Theology Bulletin 33.4 (2003): 148-157.

J. W. van Henten, Dragon myth and imperial ideology in Revelation 12-13. In: David L. Barr (ed.), The reality of apocalypse: rhetoric and politics in the Book of Revelation. (Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2006), 181-203.

Sjef van Tilborg, “The Danger at Midday: Death Threats in the Apocalypse”. Biblica 85.1 (2004): 1-23.

Caroline Vander Stichele, “Just a Whore: The Annihilation of Babylon According to Revelation 17:16”, Lectior Difficilior 1 (2000).

Petros Vassiliadis, “Apocalypse and Liturgy”. St. Vladimir’s Theological Quarterly 41.(1997): 95-112.

Richard Woods, “Seven Bowls of Wrath: The Ecological Relevance of Revelation.” Biblical Theology Bulletin 38.2 (2008): 64-75.

Gordon Zerbe, “Revelation’s Exposé of Two Cities: Babylon and New Jerusalem”. Direction 32.1 (2003): 46-70.

Ruben Zimmermann, “Die Virginitätsmetapher Von Apk 14,4-5 Im Horizont Von Befleckung, Loskauf Und Erstlingsfrucht”. Novum Testamentum 45.1(2003): 45-70. [German]

Ruben Zimmermann, “Nuptial Imagery in the Revelation of John: A Contribution to the Old Testament Background of Rev”. Biblica 83.2 (2003): 153-183.