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Guiding to a Blessed End: Andrew of Caesarea and His Apocalypse Commentary in the Ancient Church Hardcover – February 18, 2013
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“The commentary by Andrew of Caesarea proved to be of immense influence on all subsequent theologians grappling with the Book of Revelation and the theme of eschatology in the East. Constantinou’s development of compelling subjects―prophecy and history, eschatology and the millennium, the afterlife and punishment, angelology and the devil, free will―will be of immense interest to a wide readership.”―John Chryssavgis, Archdeacon, Office of Ecumenical and Inter-Faith Relations, Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America
“There is growing interest in the meaning of the Book of Revelation for the Church and world. Theologians, exegetes, and common Christians alike seek to understand the eschatology of the early Church and its ongoing validity for Christianity today. This book provides a fascinating look at the earliest Greek commentary in existence. It is an exciting contribution to the study of theology and biblical interpretation for modern readers. It is truly a groundbreaking work.”―Bradley Nassif, professor of biblical and theological studies, North Park University
About the Author
Eugenia Scarvelis Constantinou teaches biblical studies and early Christianity at the University of San Diego and records a weekly podcast “Search the Scriptures” at ancientfaith.com, which has attracted an international following. She is translator of Andrew of Caesarea’s Commentary on the Apocalypse in the Fathers of the Church series.