A detailed commentary on the Greek text that takes some mystery out of the Bible's most complex book. Offering a premillennial reading of Revelation, Thomas provides a grammatico-historical analysis of each passage. His rich exposition reaffirms the eschatology of the early believers, but with the added insight of 2,000 years of maturing Christian thought. 1214 pages total, two hardcovers from Moody.
Excellent commentary set on one of the most difficult books of the bible. Thomas gives an intelligent and insightful look into each verse as he breaks down the meaning in the Greek text. His knowledge of the book of Revelation is clear, and his explanations of other writers views is also very helpful. Must be considered with Aunne or Beale and Mounce or Osborne as must have Revelation Commentaries.