Revelation 10 The Structure of Revelation
A lecture from the Theopolis Institute Course on Revelation . . . Course Description - Revelation is a difficult and complicated book, and has long been controversial in the church. Topics of discussion will include the book’s dating, its liturgical implications, its impact on our understanding of Christian politics and political ethics, its theology and Christology, its vision of the church and her future, its literary beauty and metaphorical richness, and its impact on Christian imagination. This course was held in the Easter Term (March 16-20), 2015 and taught by James B. Jordan and Peter J. Leithart at Beeson Divinity School, Birmingham, AL.
James B. Jordan is the Director of Biblical Horizons ministries, a theological think tank that publishes books, monographs, essays and taped lectures focused on Bible commentary, Biblical theology and liturgical theology. He holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia in comparative literature. During four years in the United States Air force,... read more
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