^E.W. Bullinger - “The Apocalypse” (hyperdispensational commentary on Revelation)
^**A.C. Gaebelein - “The Revelation: An Analysis and Exposition of the Last Book
of the Bible” eSTW
^**Tony Garland - “Testimony of Jesus Christ” eSTW
NOTE: this is not a .topx/.gbk module; rather, it is a “double download,” with both
a commentary and dictionary working together in tandem. This combination at first
may seem odd, but with all of the cross-linking throughout the module, it is an excellent
way to organize the information. It is the single best commentary on Revelation I’ve
^William Pettingill - “The Unveiling of Jesus Christ: Simple Studies in The
^Walter Scott - “An Exposition of The Revelation of Jesus Christ” eSTW
Joseph Seiss - “The Apocalypse” eSTW (.topx/.gbk format)
^Richard Trench - “Commentary on the Epistles to the Seven Churches in Asia”
^**John F. Walvoord - “The Revelation of Jesus Christ” TW
STUDIES IN REVELATION CHAPTERS 1-3
^R.K. Campbell - “The Prophetic History of Christendom” (Rev 1-3) eSTW
Theodore Epp - “Christ Speaks to the Churches” (Rev 1-3) eSTW
^G. Campbell Morgan - “A First Century Message to Twentieth Century Christians”
(Rev 2-3) eSTWMyS
^William Ramsay - “Letters to the Seven Churches of Asia” eSTW
OTHER PARTIAL WORKS ON THE BOOK OF REVELATION
**Arnold Fruchtenbaum - “The Use of the OT in the Book of Revelation” eSTWMyS
NOTE: The TW & MyS versions include a companion “FruchtenbaumOTRev.xrefs.twm” module
(Thanks, Jon, for making this xrefs module!!). It is a cross reference module of
the major OT verses quoted or alluded to in the Book of Revelation. Helpful!
Robert Gromacki - “Revelation 20: A Premillennial Analysis” eSTWMyS
Lamb and Lion Ministries - Book of Revelation Weblogs eS10TWMyS
^Johan Malan - “Day of the Lord” (Book of Revelation) TW
Andy Wood - “What Is The Identity of Babylon in Revelation 17-18?” eSTWMyS
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