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"Osborne has successfully combined a thorough familiarity with the text of Revelation, a detailed knowledge of recent scholarship, and a clear writing style with a vital concern for the practical needs of students, pastors, and laity alike. His commentary invites a broad readership and will serve as an excellent text for courses on Revelation."
--David E. Aune, University of Notre Dame

"This clearly written commentary reflects thorough engagement with the literature and careful interaction with the text. I find Osborne's judgments sound and well supported. This work is an excellent resource for both scholars and students and will undoubtedly take its place among the standard academic commentaries on Revelation."
--Craig S. Keener, Asbury Theological Seminary

"A standard reference commentary on the book of Revelation. . . . People of similar theological perspective as Osborne (i.e., conservative, premillennial) have what will be a much-used reference work. People who come to the text with a different theological commitment have an excellent resource introducing the major issues that surround the interpretation of any given text in Revelation."
--Kevin W. Larsen, Review of Biblical Literature

"[A] significant commentary. . . . [Osborne] has written a massive yet manageable treatment of the New Testament's concluding book. While clearly conversant with current scholarship, the commentary is written with the pastor or teacher in mind and will be of real value to anyone planning to preach in Revelation."
--Michael Duduit, Preaching


Grant R. Osborne, Author

Grant R. Osborne (1942-2018; PhD, University of Aberdeen) was professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. In addition to Revelation, he wrote commentaries on Matthew, Mark, John, and Romans and a textbook on hermeneutics and contributed numerous articles to scholarly journals and essay collections. He also served on the Bible translation committee for the New Living Translation.

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