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The Book of Revelation has perplexed and fascinated readers for centuries. In particular, its final two chapters—which contain the only extended description of heaven in the canon—beg for close examination and careful consideration. In this collection of essays, six scholars theologically examine Revelation 21–22. With approaches ranging from textual criticism to intertextual readings to conceptual analysis, this book sheds new light on a most enigmatic text.
© 2016 by Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship
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Smith, Julie M., "Apocalypse: Reading Revelation 21-22" (2016). Maxwell Institute Publications. 10.