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Let's Study Revelation (Let's Study Series) Paperback – July 1, 2003
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serious about getting to know the Word.' --Covenanter Witness
About the Author
Originally from Wales, Derek Thomas is Senior Minister of First Presbyterian Church, Columbia, South Carolina, and the Robert Strong Professor of Systematic and Pastoral Theology at Reformed Theological Seminary in Atlanta, Georgia.
After pastoring for 17 years in Belfast, Northern Ireland, Thomas returned to the USA in 1996 where, in addition to his service to the Jackson campus of RTS, he served as the Minister of Teaching at First Presbyterian Church in Jackson until 2011, when he joined the staff at FPC, Columbia. As well as serving in the pastorate, Derek has served as editor of the Evangelical Presbyterian, a monthly denominational magazine.
A graduate of RTS in 1978, he gained a Ph.D. from the University of Wales, Lampeter in Calvin's preaching on the book of Job. He has written or edited several books and has contributed to the Trust s 'Let's Study' commentary series (Galatians, Revelation). In 2004, Derek Thomas became Editorial Director for The Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals and the editor of its e-zine, Reformation 21. He married his wife, Rosemary, in 1976 and they have two adult children and two grandchildren.
Top customer reviews
Not unduly conjectural.
Gives good Old Testament cross references.
Not so helpful with application.
I've found "More Than Conquerors" by William Hendriksen to be the most helpful Rev. commentary on all fronts, especially the first 50 pages which give the reader tremendous help in understanding and interpretation.
Harry R Boer's "The Book of Revelation" (purchase used) is short and worth the read, though some of it is contextually-culturally to narrow to merit a reprint.
All three books are solidly biblical and (I believe) will bear the TEST OF TIME which thankfully weeds out every successive generation's fad.