Ron,<br><br>Thanks for the kind words[img]http://www.the-highway.com/w3timages/icons/bravo.gif" alt="bravo" title="bravo[/img]. I have the revised edition. However, I don't have the first edition. Obviously, I can't comment on the differences. Although treatment is indeed substantial. I've not seen any systematics that even comes close to devoting as many pages to the book of Revelation<br>The treatment on the whole section on Revelation can almost be compared to an 'Introduction to the book of Revelation' that we see in commentaries. In fact, If my memory serves me right, it's probably longer than the one in "Introduction to the New Testament" by Leon Morris, D. Carson, and Douglas Moo.<br><br>in Christ,<br>Carlos<br>


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