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[Reading Revelation Romantically, Journal of Pentecostal Theology

Volume 18 (2009)—Contents]

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[This article proposes a romantic reading of Revelation. Building on the earlier work of Donal McIlraith especially, it explores the possibilities of reading Revelation in terms of a romance plot. Aspects of the plot structure of Revelation, such as its ending, and comparative study with other ancient literature (including ancient romance novels and ancient Jewish literature, especially Song of Solomon) are advanced in favour of this reading. The purpose or rhetorical function of this aspect of Revelation is viewed as serving to challenge the reader/hearer to more fervent discipleship of Jesus., ]


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