Professor Gordon Campbell has just published a major study of the Book of Revelation, previously available only in French: Reading Revelation: A Thematic Approach. An opening chapter tackles the issue of an appropriate method for reading the New Testament’s most challenging book and explains what is involved in the thematic approach adopted here. Then, Reading Revelation takes the reader on a series of thematic guided tours through the Book itself – with Bible open – helped by a full index of the many sub-themes, motifs and connections within Revelation. Professor Campbell regards Revelation as a masterpiece which tells a complex but coherent tale of God’s initiative to achieve a covenant relationship with humanity through the slain-but-standing Lamb. His book targets several kinds of reader: serious Christians wondering how Revelation should impact their discipleship; ministers seeking a grasp of the Book and its Christology for preaching and teaching; and also scholars and students delving into Revelation in academic contexts. Reading Revelation is above all an invitation to look at this controversial and mishandled NT book with new eyes. It can be ordered directly from your bookseller, online from the publisher (James Clarke and Co., Cambs) or at Amazon marketplace.
John Calvin: Reflections on a Reformer contains the text of the lectures given on 17th and 18th September 2009 at Union Theological College.
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Irish Biblical Studies, an academic theological journal, was published under the editorial oversight of Rev. Professor JC McCullough from 1979 to 2013.
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