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review All Things New 103 µ ❴PDF / Epub❵ ☆ All Things New Author Brian J. Tabb – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk For many readers of the Bible the book of Revelation is a riddle that fascinates and frustrates Scholars and teachers have proposed different keys to its interpretation including the futurist and hist For many readers of the Bible thRue good and beautiful according to God's revealed standards These visions motivate them to live obediently and counter culturally in the world as faithful witnesses to Jesus Addressing key issues in biblical theology the works comprising New Studies in Biblical Theology are creative attempts to help Christians better understand their Bibles The NSBT series is edited by D A Carson aiming to simultaneously instruct and to edify to interact with current scholarship and to point the way ahea. If you are like me you know what to expect when you pick up the latest entry in the New Studies in Biblical Theology NSBT perceptive theology careful scholarship in depth coverage that even exceeds many commentary introductions and a work that goes beyond anything you already have on your shelves That consistency is as steady as the unchanging gray covers that adorn every volume On the one hand some credit must go to D A Carson for his editorial work On the other hand somebody must have done their homework in choosing authors as wellThis latest release by Brian J A Tabb looks at the book of Revelation “as canonical capstone” As heady as that sounds the author knew how to make a strong case for his thesis As I read I thought this author is great at digging He brought out so many things that are easily missed and made so many connections between Scriptures that we rarely see Mr Tabb takes an “eclectic” approach to Revelation In fact he much reminds me of Gregory Beale He cited 19 of Beale’s works in his bibliography Still it’s clear he did his own work and made his own conclusions Further as one who is a futurist rather than following his eclectic approach I felt he was gracious throughout Even better the type of information he mined for us can be taken and shone back into Revelation no matter which approach to prophecy you takeHis introduction was outstanding and contained all kinds of wonderful information I did much underlining there From there he divides his book into four parts the triune God worship and witness judgment salvation and restoration and the word of God Part one contained you guessed it three chapters on the Sovereign on the throne Jesus as the Lion and the Lamb and the Spirit of prophecy These were some of my favorite chapters in the book with particular success in the chapter on the Holy Spirit Part two looked at followers of the Lamb and discussed things like a priestly kingdom and a new Israel while another chapter talked about the battle for universal worship I felt that viewpoint was well worth digging into Part three considered the wrath of the Lamb and made several insights on things like the seven seals the seven trumpets and the seven bowls of wrath as well as a new Exodus There was a chapter on Babylon the harlot and Jerusalem the bride as well as another on all things new Part four only had one chapter on the Word of God but it was well done and followed by a conclusion for the book There’s a lengthy bibliography for those wanting further studyThis book even contains some charts that summarize important information for the reader and that I was blessed by This book is fully up to the high standards set by the NSBT series and I recommend itI received this book free from the publisher I was not reuired to write a positive review The opinions I have expressed are my own I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR Part 255

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Climax of biblical prophecy He shows how various Old Testament prophecies and patterns find their consummation in the present and future reign of Jesus Christ who decisively defeats his foes saves his people and restores all things Tabb considers key biblical theological themes the triune God Christ's followers and foes God's plan for salvation judgment and restoration and God's word He also explores how the book's symbolic visions shape believers' worldviews in accordance with what is t. Another great resource has been added to the NSBT a series that belongs on every pastor and Bible teacher's shelf In this newest addition to the always growing series Brian Tabb academic dean and professor at Bethlehem College and Seminary provides an examination of the biblical theology of Revelation in light of the whole canon of ScriptureIn eleven chapter divided into four major sections Tabb addresses the most important theological developments in Revelation In the first section Tabb addresses the development of the Trinity as seen in Revelation In the second section the worship and witness of the church as reflected in Revelation is traced out In the third section attention is given to the final judgment and the restoration seen in the new heavens and new earth In the final chapter addresses the doctrine of the word of God Revelation is probably the most daunting book of the Bible and Tabb has provided readers a resource that will help better grasp its significance and relation to the broader canon of Scripture Disclosure I received a review copy of the book from the publisher for the purpose of reviewing it The opinions I have expressed are my own and I was not reuired to write a positive review

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All Things NewFor many readers of the Bible the book of Revelation is a riddle that fascinates and frustrates Scholars and teachers have proposed different keys to its interpretation including the futurist and historical critical approaches However none of these adeuately demonstrates the continuing vital relevance of the Apocalypse to the contemporary church Brian Tabb stresses the importance of the canonical context of the book of Revelation and argues that All Things PDFEPUBit presents itself as the. A fine book one where Tabb does well in showing how the OT influences so much of Revelation and its depictions of the members of the trinity the Lamb's followers vs the world's followers the Lamb's wrath the depiction of the city of Babylon vs the New Jerusalem and Revelation as the word of God There is plenty of information here and many connections This book is solid though not mind blowing