Review of Robby Waddell, The Spirit of the Book of Revelation (JPTS 30; Blandford Forum: Deo, 2006)

in Journal of Pentecostal Theology
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Abstract

Interpretive theory, Pentecostal communities and the book of Revelation are brought together in Robby Waddell's recent monograph The Spirit of the Book of Revelation. In sum, Waddell asks the question 'Is there such a thing as a distinctively Pentecostal reading of John's Apocalypse?' He answers in the affirmative based on the work of literary theorist Stanley Fish, a fresh look at the pneumatological language and images of selected texts from Revelation, as well as his own experience in Pentecostal communities. This review examines Waddell's proposal by evaluating these three angles of inquiry against the presence of 'S/spirit terminology' in the broader complex of early Jewish (apocalyptic) literature.

Review of Robby Waddell, The Spirit of the Book of Revelation (JPTS 30; Blandford Forum: Deo, 2006)

in Journal of Pentecostal Theology

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