The resource as a whole is good, but I think Keener is not decisive enough on where he stands on his theology.
In the commentary he covers short sections of Revelation by first discussing the original meaning of the text, which he does reasonably well.
If you are building your library or have already done so, this volume will be a welcome addition and used on a regular basis.
This book is helpful because of the background information incorporated into the comments. It is written with a beautiful devotional spirit in examining the big spiritual themes of... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
The resource as a whole is good, but I think Keener is not decisive enough on where he stands on his theology. Sometimes I did not know where he was headed.Published 9 months ago by Todd
An excellent resource for Bible Study leaders. I'm reading several others in preperation of leading a group through Revelation. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jon R. Bright
Fantastic series of books. All, particularly revelation, are detailed with clear applications for the modern world in an understandable and clearly articulated structure.Published 12 months ago by David Hargreave
This is a great series of books and I would LOVe to have them all. They are very insightful on many things we had never thought of.Published 16 months ago by momof2boys
This was a chosen commentary during a Bible study, it is a good commentary but my preference is KJ, but other wise it is a good study guide.Published 22 months ago by Deborah Owens
I have them all from Charles to Hendricksen and back but this commentary gives real help with the text, background and application without the struggle of trying to breakdown a PHD... Read morePublished on April 30, 2012 by GMM