How did Julia Ward Howe’s pro–federal Union and abolitionist-inspired “Battle Hymn of the Republic” become the most recognizable American anthem of the 20th century? Why is it embraced by liberals and conservatives, radicals and businesspeople, whites, blacks and beyond?
Can I Get a Witness?
Reading Revelation Through African American Culture
by Brian K. Blount
by M. Eugene Boring
The Revelation of John and the Praying Imagination
by Eugene H. Peterson
Revelation (Smyth and Helwys Bible Commentary)
by Mitchell G. Reddish
From Every People and Nation
The Book of Revelation in Intercultural Perspective
The Logic of Evangelism, by William J. Abraham. Abraham sees evangelism in a series of movements that concern initiation into the kingdom of God. He brings the incisive analytic skills of a philosopher and practicing Christian to this book, as he does to all of his writings on renewal and theology.