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Navigating Revelation: Charts for the Voyage: A Pedagogical Aid

by Eugene E. Lemcio

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Filled not with answers but with questions, Lemcio’s “charts for the voyage” do little to illuminate. I therefore found its promise of a “pedagogical aid” to fall a little short.

What the book does provide, however, is page after page of interesting study foundations, that can lead to some interesting research topics. If you are a serious student of Revelation and wish to work from a concise, visual picture of a few of the Apocalypse’s interrelations and derivations from other scripture, this is a great starting point. For that purpose, I definitely recommend it. Some interesting chart titles (with little commentary) to give you an idea of the book’s content:

Revelation 6 & Isaiah 13: The Shaking of the Foundations

Revelation 8:1-5 & 1 Kings 18:16-40 (comparing Elijah’s contest with Baal to the 7th seal of Revelation)

Revelation 12: Satan’s Fall in Jewish Apocalyptic (comparing to Isaiah, Ezekiel, 1 and 2 Enoch, and Life of Adam & Eve)

Revelation 12 & Matthew 1-2 (Herod’s slaughter of the innocents and the dragon myth) ( )
  DubiousDisciple | Apr 22, 2013 |
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