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Esteemed as one of the greatest commentaries on John's Apocalypse of our time, the New International Greek Testament Commentary on the Book of Revelation reflects a lifetime of critical thinking and research on the book of Revelation. From G. K. Beale, the Kenneth T. Wessner Chair of Biblical Studies at Wheaton College Graduate School, who has also written John's Use of the Old Testament in Revelation and The Use of Daniel in Jewish Apocalyptic Literature and in the Revelation of St. John, this long-awaited commentary comes out of unrivaled knowledge in the field of apocalyptic literature.
Journal of Biblical Literature
"The culmination of over a decade of research of writing on the Apocalypse, Beale's work makes a significant contribution to our understanding of Revelation. While the reader may not necessarily agree on all points, the commentary will certainly provide considerable insight into John's often perplexing vision. In particular, Beale's grasp of the Greek grammar of Revelation is outstanding. Too few scholars today have the linguistic expertise to furnish the reader with such extensive and thoughtful notes. . . Beale also provides the reader with a rich collection of intertextual references from the Hebrew Bible, rabbinic literature, Jewish apocalyptic, and early Christian texts. . . Beale has written a truly important work that should be consulted as a reference by serious scholars of the Apocalypse."
This commentary is also available as a full set: New International Greek Testament Commentary Series