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The Revelation of Jesus in Revelation 1:12b-16 and Its Relation to the Structure of the Book of Revelation

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Jordan presents a series of essays showing how the appearance of Jesus at the beginning of the book of Revelation foreshadows the entire structure of the book as a whole.
Unknown Binding, 102 pages
Published February 2003 by Biblical Horizons

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Jul 09, 2012 Adam Ross rated it it was amazing
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This was a fascinating, captivating work. It sought to show that the appearance of Jesus in Rev. 1:12-16 is a primary structuring device by John for the entirety of the rest of the book, and I must say that it demonstrated its thesis rather well. It took some time to work slowly through, and it is so complex in places that it invites repeated readings to totally grasp. Reading Jordan is like trying to read a whirlwind, but you have a great time even if you come out of it looking a bit windswept. ...more
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James B. Jordan is a Calvinist theologian and author. He is director of Biblical Horizons ministries, a think tank in Niceville, Florida that publishes books, essays and other media dealing with Bible commentary, Biblical Theology, and liturgy.

Jordan was born in Athens, Georgia, and he attended the University of Georgia, where he received a B.A. in comparative literature and participated in Campus
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