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Number of Pages: 430
Genre: Religion + Beliefs
Sub-Genre: Biblical Criticism & Interpretation
Publisher: Wipf & Stock Publishers
Book theme: General
Author: Eugenio Corsini
Street Date: May 2, 2019
Item Number (DPCI): 247-77-5188
From the Introduction: The work that follows is not intended to be a commentary on the Apocalypse. There have been many such commentaries, reaching back into the earliest times of the Christian era. Some, especially during the Middle Ages, have been quite spectacular in their ingeniousness. Our modern era has seen a series of fine commentaries, applying all the criteria of a historical-philological analysis to this difficult book...What I have attempted to do here is to provide a continuous reading of the text, trying to show, especially through the links which can be made with the Old Testament tradition, the coherent and unified argument of the whole work...The reader will find that, despite my admiration for and debt to the older commentaries, I have introduced something quite new to the interpretation of the Apocalypse. About the Author: Eugenio Corsini was the professor of Ancient Christian Literature at the University of Turin. He studied at the University of Turin; the Sorbonne, Paris; and the Pontifical Biblical Institute, Rome, and he has a long list of important publications in the area of early Fathers of the Church. About the Translator & Editor: Francis J. Moloney, S.D.B., is an internationally renowned Johannine scholar. He teaches at Salesian Theological College, Australia, and he has lectured extensively.
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