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Dynamic Reading of the Holy Spirit in Revelation: A Theological Reflection on the Functional Role of the Holy Spirit in the Narrative (Hee Youl Lee) Paperback Book, (Wipf and Stock, 2014) 9781620328828
Dynamic Reading of the Holy Spirit in Revelation: A Theological Reflection on the Functional Role of the Holy Spirit in the Narrative (Hee Youl Lee) Paperback Book, (Wipf and Stock, 2014) 9781620328828
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Title: A Dynamic Reading of the Holy Spirit in Revelation: A Theological Reflection on the Functional Role of the Holy Spirit in the Narrative

Author: Lee, Hee Youl

Publisher: Wipf and Stock; Publication Date: 2014

Paperback; ISBN: 9781620328828

Volumes: 1; Pages: 294

List Price in Paper: $32.00 Our price: $26.99

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A Dynamic Reading of the Holy Spirit in Revelation attempts to read the book of Revelation in a new way as a narrative, embracing literary elements such as plot, point of view, narrative voice, character, and story structure to help readers discover its meanings by tracing the story anew. Lee's unique narrative perspective offers readers a bird's-eye view to experience four levels of the story: heaven, earth, abyss, and the lake of fire.Lee develops a theological account of John's pneumatology and surely extends Christian pneumatology, a doctrine inseparable from the life of the church. Readers will come away with a greater understanding of the role of the Holy Spirit, which will enable them to enjoy a deeper fellowship with the Holy Spirit more intimately than ever before.Lee portrays the book of Revelation as a mission-oriented book that tells how the kingdom of God will be built in this world through spiritual warfare, rather than as a book of eschatology. Lee's book will serve as a spiritual wake-up call to the modern church and the people of God in its accurate portrayal of the Holy Spirit and vivid description of spiritual warfare.Table of ContentsForeword by Grant Macaskill vii Foreword by Paul S. Kang ix Preface xiii Acknowledgments xv Summary xvii 1. Introduction 1 2. Narrator, Point of View of the Narrator, and the Holy Spirit in Revelation 32 3. Character Presentation of the Holy Spirit in Revelation 68 4. Plot and the Holy Spirit in Revelation 130 5. Structure and the Holy Spirit in Revelation 176 6. Concluding Remarks 239 Appendix: Tables for the Divine Frame of Reference in Revelation 255 Afterword by Gary G. Cohen 267 Bibliography 269
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