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A syllabus of lectures on the visions of the Revelation

Amzi Armstrong

A syllabus of lectures on the visions of the Revelation

by Amzi Armstrong

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Published by P.A. Johnson in Morris-town, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bible. -- N.T. -- Revelation -- Prophecies.,
  • Bible -- Prophecies.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Amzi Armstrong.
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 33882.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination238 p.
    Number of Pages238
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17710081M

    The Book of Revelation. The student is required to read the biblical text of Revelation four times during the course: twice before the 2nd week (complete book of Revelation) twice before each week’s lectures (only the portion to be studied) A Commentary. A student must read through the appropriate portion of the course textbook. THE BOOK OF REVELATION. The last book of the New Testament has been wisely assigned its place at the close of our Bible. It is a large and comprehensive view of the conditions of the church and the course of history. It brings to our minds by anticipation the completion of God's work in humanity at large, the expansion of that germ which was once for all planted in the .

    The Book of Revelation had its origin in a time of crisis, but it remains valid and meaningful for Christians of all time. In the face of apparently insuperable evil, either from within or from without, all Christians are called to trust in Jesus’ promise, “Behold, I am with you always, until the end of the age” (Mt ). THE APOCALYPSE Lectures on the Book of Revelation by J.A. Seiss To the Students of the Words, Works and Ways of God: Welcome to the AGES Digital Library. We trust your experience with this and other volumes in the Library fulfills our motto and vision which is our commitment to you: M AKING THE W ORDS OF THE W ISE A VAILABLE TO A LL — I File Size: 2MB.

    The objectives of the course are thus threefold: (1) to exegete the text of Revelation; (2) to gain an historical and theological perspective on the book and on the interpretive strategies that developed over time to deal with it; and (3) thereby to develop the necessary critical tools for evaluating contemporary applications and appropriations. Lectures: These will provide a structured presentation of the topic, with each lecture offering a key idea, information about the context of relevant texts, and an argument to test. Sections: Weekly hour-long discussion sections (starting from Week 2) will focus on texts discussed in lectures that week. Attendance and participation are mandatory.


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"To afford those who heard them an opportunity deliberately to examine those sentiments; and to submit them to the consideration of my Christian friends generally, I publish an abstract of the lectures, designed to give a simple statement of the principles, on which I think the visions of the Revelation ought to be explained."--To the public, p.

Excerpt from A Syllabus of Lectures on the Visions of the Revelation This introductory paragraph gives a compendious view of the history, the subject, and the design of the Book of the Revela tion. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books.

Find more at hor: Amzi Armstrong. Revelation ­3 1. The Book of Revelation is the only book in the Bible that contains a special blessing to those who read, hear and do. It contains a curse to those who add to it or subtract from it.

The book Revelation stands in contrast to the Book of Genesis 4. Get this from a library. A syllabus of lectures on the visions of the Revelation.

[Amzi Armstrong]. COURSE SYLLABUS NT Revelation: The Book of Revelation – The End and the Beginning Course Lecturer: Craig Blomberg, PhD Course Description In Revelation: The Book of Revelation – The End and the Beginning, the New Testament and the Bible culminate with this glorious description of the Revelation of Jesus Christ.

All of history’s events areFile Size: KB. BI Daniel and Revelation - Syllabus 3 3. RESEARCH PAPERS: You are required to write two (2) research papers ( double-spaced typewritten pages in MLA format) during the course complete with bibliography showing resources consulted.

Note: As a senior level class you are expected to use scholarly bibliographic sources in your paper. A typical senior-level research File Size: KB. THE EIGHT BASIC VISIONS IN THE BOOK OF REVELATION KENNETH A.

STRAND Andrews University The book of Revelation is a remarkably well-constructed literary piece, containing a mu1 tiplici ty of neatly intertwining patterns. Such patterns are more than simply demonstrations ofFile Size: KB.

Syllabus BIBL Survey of the Book of Revelation Dr. Charles Ryrie I. Course Description: Charles Ryrie describes the book of Revelation as “an apocalypse (literally, a revelation), designed not to mystify but to clarify. In this course Dr. Ryrie overviews the book of Revelation, discussing various interpretive approaches, working.

Lectures. Lecture 1. Interpretation Approaches. There is a wide range of interpretation of the book of Revelation because of the nature of visions. When John writes Revelation, he uses a pool of images that are familiar to him and his readers and we need to take into account what the images meant to people at the time.

the syllabus, not on the next week’s class session. September 8: Session 1: Intro to the Course Session 2: Intro to Revelation September Session 1: The Prologue and the Glorified Christ Session 2: The Seven Letters Reading Assignment Due: Revelation 1. Exposition of Revelation Syllabus Course Description This course is an expositional study of the book of Revelation.

Course Objectives After completing this course the student will: 1. Remember the basic content and message of Revelation. Identify the major themes of Revelation. Size: 22KB. The Book of Revelation can be both exciting and confusing. It’s exciting because it records dramatic visions about the role of Jesus and the church in the history of the world.

But it’s also confusing because its imagery is so foreign to modern readers. Even so, the overall message is clear: King Jesus is returning in victory. The Book of Revelation for Dummies. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley, Given 1st night of class.

Randy Rheaume, “Revelation.” Printed Class Notes, Course Description: This course provides an overview & analysis of the New Testament Book of Revelation, highlighting the historical & cultural background, argument, theology, & practical implications.

The Book of Revelation. The student is required to read the biblical text of Revelation four times during the course: twice before the 2nd week (complete book of Revelation) twice before each week’s lectures (only the portion to be studied) A Commentary.

A student must read through the appropriate portion of the course. Ellul, Jacques, Apocalypse: The Book of Revelation Guthrie, Donald, The Relevance of John's Apocalypse Ladd, G. E., A Commentary on the Revelation of John Metzger, Bruce M. Breaking the Code: Understanding the Book of Revelation Mounce, Robert H.

The Book of Revelation Mulholland, M. Robert, Revelation: Holy Living in an Unholy World Swete, H. Course Syllabus for the “The Book of Revelation” (3 units) Instructor: Dr.

Scott Sinclair [email protected] Course description: An examination of the context, message, and contemporary relevance of this extraordinary final book of the Christian New : Scott Gambrill Sinclair. A comparison of Genesis and Revelation will readily make this plain, and show how we have the types in Genesis and the completion of the truth in Revelation: in the one book the beginning, in the other the consummation.

Genesis gives us the creation of the heavens and the earth. Revelation presents a new heaven and a new earth. Book of Revelation is a unique portion of the New Testament.

Unlike the other Books found in the latter part of the Bible, the Book of Revelation is not presented as a historical document or an instructional discussion, but is essentially a prophetic book, intended to deliver a glimpse of upcoming history that affects the happenings of the church.

COURSE SYLLABUS Revelation: The Book of Revelation – The End and the Beginning Course Lecturer: Craig Blomberg, PhD Course Description In Revelation: The Book of Revelation – The End and the Beginning, the New Testament and the Bible culminate with this glorious description of the Revelation of Jesus Christ.

All of history’s events are.Funny Teacher Tote bag Read Your Syllabus Tote Bag Faculty Book Bag Teacher Bag funnyteacherquotes $ Favorite A Syllabus of Lectures on the Visions of the Revelation, Amzi Armstrong, publisher P.

A, Johnson SandlotTreasures 5 out of 5 .Assignments Read all of the following: for materials online, at SkyDrive, email me before class begins and have materials in class the first day of classes 1.

The Revelation of Jesus Christ (NASB, NIV, NKJV, or ESV). Apx. two chapters per week. 2. A. Hoekema, The Bible and the Future, Eerdmans, pp. (on Windows SkyDrive) 3. G.K. eale and S.M. McDonough.