Go deeply into Revelation

Exploring commentaries on Revelation down through the ages

The study started about a year ago, thinking that 100 year-old commentaries were “old”. Once we decided to share this study as a blog in January 2022, the beginning was taken back to almost 2000 years ago. We’re starting with introductory materials, but will be moving into the Book itself in the near future. As we move forward, feel free to go back to the beginning and move at your own pace. If you like the content, don’t forget to subscribe at the bottom of the page.

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9/24/22 FROM THE INTRODUCTIONS OF 19TH CENTURY BOOKS ON REVELATION, PART 2

Greetings! Today we will start with John Nelson Darby (1800-1882). John Darby, whose middle name was a namesake of Admiral Nelson because of an uncle who served under Nelson, was born in London to an Anglo-Irish family. He attended school in London until his parents moved to an ancestral castle in Ireland. He graduated from … Continue reading 9/24/22 FROM THE INTRODUCTIONS OF 19TH CENTURY BOOKS ON REVELATION, PART 2

9/21/22 AMILLENNIALISM, POSTMILLENNIALISM, PREMILLENNIALISM, DISPENSATIONALISM, AND COVENANT THEOLOGY

Good morning all! I was going to do the Part 2 of the 19th century introductions for today, but when I moved from John Darby into explaining about the views of the Millennium and Dispensationism I realized that I couldn’t do a half-way job of it, and it was going to be long enough for … Continue reading 9/21/22 AMILLENNIALISM, POSTMILLENNIALISM, PREMILLENNIALISM, DISPENSATIONALISM, AND COVENANT THEOLOGY

9/12/22 FROM THE INTRODUCTION OF 19TH CENTURY BOOKS ON REVELATION, PART 1

Good morning! Today we’ll start on the 19th century books. I have far too many to use all of them (though I will be looking at all of them when we’re doing the verse by verse) so we’ll just try to look at some representative books. Depending on how much you are into reading commentaries, … Continue reading 9/12/22 FROM THE INTRODUCTION OF 19TH CENTURY BOOKS ON REVELATION, PART 1

9/5/22 FROM THE INTRODUCTIONS OF THE 18TH CENTURY BOOKS ON REVELATION, PART 3

Good morning! Today we’ll start with Johann David Michaelis’ INTRODUCTION TO THE NEW TESTAMENT, first published in 1750. Michaelis was Prussian by some accounts, and German by others; he was also a Lutheran, and a very well-known scholar of his time. He was specifically a scholar in Hebrew and Arabic, and through the study of … Continue reading 9/5/22 FROM THE INTRODUCTIONS OF THE 18TH CENTURY BOOKS ON REVELATION, PART 3

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