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Revelation Commentary Update (Nov 30, 2020)

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February 25, 2021

Thanks for your interest in my Revelation commentary titled: The Divorce of Israel: A Redemptive-Historical Interpretation of Revelation. I completed its research and writing in early 2016 and submitted it to the publisher at that time. It will be a two-volume set of a little over 1800 pages.

The publisher is Tolle Lege Press. Due to the size of the work (two volumes, totaling 1700 pages), its complexity (deeply exegetical; voluminously footnoted; technical use of biblical languages; and so forth), and the unexpected reduction of Tolle Lege's staff, it has taken them much longer than anticipated to complete.

However,in October 2020 they had someone come on board who is helping kick-start the whole process. Jay Culotta is a computer-savvy typesetter who is using InDesign to complete the layout of the text of volume 2 by inserting the editor's recommended changes, corrections, and so forth. Volume 1 is being worked on by another gentleman. They hope to have it completed by late Summer, 2021.Though complications keep arising due to several different editors having worked on it.

Please keep this in prayer. I had hoped to have it out before the Rapture.

Gentry Commentary on Matthew 21-25

OLIVET DISCOURSE RE-VISITEDI am working on a commentary on Matthew 21–25, a discrete unit in Matthew’s Gospel. This is the narrative setting of the Olivet Discourse, Jesus’ climactic discourse of the five around which Matthew’s Gospel is constructed.. This literary unit is clearly marked off by Christ’s important movements (along with other editorial markers which [...]

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