- Sounds more like humanist utopia wishful thinking- if it is as he claims, this book has little to do with true biblical insight or exposition.
- From the table of contents it seems this book is from an Amill perspective can someone verify this- I just don't want another Dispy commentary on Revelation.
- You can get a flavour of the author's take on Revelation on his blog - https://www.psephizo.com/category/revelation/ and his millennial thoughts are (briefly) in a post here https://www.psephizo.com/reviews/the-meaning-of-the-millennium/.The meaning of the MillenniumIt is curious that we get more excited about the supposed events leading up to Jesus' second coming than we do about what that coming itself will bring. It is a bit like being more excited about the fixtures and fittings on a train than where the train is actually going to take you. My previous pwww.psephizo.com
- Appears IVP which is predominantly not dispensational is rewriting the Tyndale series which has been one that includes the dispensational view. I am grateful once one purchases a book in Logos, that edition stays and does not get replaced as happens with paper books (as I favor Dispy commentaries, as you call them). I also have the earlier NIV as well as the newer one. Also a reason to hold on to printed volumes by the way. Peace to you.
- This is a book regarding a tired subject.
- Great addition- now lets get his work on First John going- "Life In Christ."
- Looks like another post-mil book feast
- Jim Lowther I could not agree more with your comments- the integrated library thing is way over used to justify high prices- one reason I'm a dead tree person for certain types of books- and where most of my disposable income for books goes now a days:)