Scripture in High Definition

[The book of Revelation] is Scripture writ large, Scripture in high definition, if you will. This final book of the canon is not a subtle text, but one that pops out of the box and lands right in front of your face.
–Michael J. Gorman, "What Has the Spirit Been Saying? Theological and Hermeneutical Reflections on the Reception/Impact History of the Book of Revelation," in Revelation and the Politics of Apocalyptic Interpretation, 20.
Canon Studies
January 8, 2013


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