My Publications Related to the Book of Revelation and Eschatology

February 12, 2010

This will give you some idea of my writing background on Revelation and Eschatology.  In addition, while I was at Talbot School of Theology, I pioneered a new required course called “Expositional Methodology in Daniel and Revelation,” which covered not only the content of the books, but also how to preach/teach and apply them.  It was a wonderful stretching experience for seven years!


(There is a  chapter in my dissertation on John’s theology of discipling, including how the Great Commission is completed in Revelation [i.e., at “the end of the age,” Matt. 28:20]), A New Testament Theology of Discipling (Published Ph.D. dissertation; University Microfilms, 1985; 245 pp.)

(The first half of this book is an in-depth exposition of Daniel 9), Looking Back, Moving On: Applying Biblical Principles of Freedom to Your Life (NavPress, 1993; 191 pp.)

(There is a chapter on Revelation), Disciplined Living: A New Testament Theology of Recovery and Discipleship, with Kathy McReynolds (Baker, 1996; 213 pp.)

(There is a chapter on 1,2,3 John and Revelation), Inspired Preaching: A Survey of Preaching in the New Testament, with Richard Wells (Ph.D. Baylor University; Ph.D., University of North Texas; Broadman & Holman, 2002; 226 pp.)


“Interpreting the Book of Revelation” chapter, Interpreting the New Testament, eds. David Alan Black and David Dockery (B & H, 2001)

“The ‘Earth-Dwellers’ and the ‘Heaven-Dwellers’ in Revelation: An Overlooked Interpretive Key,” with Emily Hunter, Faith and Mission, Fall, 2002


“Apocalyptic Literature (NT),” ed. David Dockery (Holman, 1992)

“Daniel,” “Revelation” study notes, Life Recovery Bible eds. David Stoop and Steve Arterburn (Tyndale, 1992)

“Nicolaitans,” The Complete Who’s Who of the Bible ed. Paul Gardner (HarperCollins [UK]/Zondervan, 1995)

“Martyrdom,” Dictionary of the Later New Testament and Its Developments eds. Ralph Martin and Peter Davids (IVP, 1997)

“Revelation” notes, Nelson Study Bible gen. ed. Earl Radmacher (Thomas Nelson, 1997)

“Daniel,” “Revelation” study notes, Spiritual Renewal Bible eds. Steve Arterburn and David Stoop (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1998)

“Apocalyptic Literature (NT),” Holman Concise Bible Commentary ed. David Dockery (B & H, 1998)

“End Times,” Evangelical Dictionary of World Missions ed. A. Scott Moreau, et al (Baker, 2000)

“Revelation” segment, Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Commentary, eds. Earl Radmacher, Wayne House and Ron Allen (Thomas Nelson, 1999)

“Revelation” notes, Apologetics Study Bible, gen. ed. Ted Cabal (B & H, 2007)

“Preterism,” Popular Encyclopedia of Apologetics, eds. Ergun Caner and Ed Hindson (Harvest House, 2008)

“Luke,” “Galatians” and “Revelation” segments, Holman Christian Standard Bible Study Bible project, gen. ed. Edwin Blum (B & H, 2010)

“Revelation (paraphrase),” Holman Christian Standard Bible Children’s Bible (submitted to B & H, Fall, 2007)


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