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LNTS (JSNTSup) 577: Christ, Shepherd of the Nations: The Nations as Narrative Character and Audience in Johns Apocalypse

Morales, Jon
Bloomsbury T&T Clark
HB ?| 0 x 0 x 0 Inch| 2.2 kg| 208 pages| ISBN 9780567677952
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Does John's Apocalypse envision destruction or salvation for the nations of the world? Scholarly views on this issue range from extreme (total destruction) to extreme (universal salvation). Jon Morales maintains that the question must be reframed to highlight, not only the destiny of the nations, but also their dilemma within the drama of world history. Using narrative methodology, Morales asks four key questions concerning the nations: What is John's story of the nations? How does he tell this story? What is John's message to the nations? And what is his message to the church concerning the nations?

Literary characters cannot be understood in the abstract, but must be rather discovered sequentially in the development of an entire narrative. The nations in Revelation are no exception. Understanding that previous studies have neglected to situate the nations within Revelation's larger plot, or in interaction with other narrative characters, Morales concludes that John's purpose is to show that the nations belong to God. John achieves his purpose in part by deploying a novel metaphor, virtually unexplored until now ? Christ, shepherd of the nations


List of Tables

1. A Better Way for the Nations

2. The Nations as Narrative Character: Methodological Considerations

3. Authority over the Nations

4. The Nations: Benefit and Conflict

5. The Nations in Cosmic Conflict

6. Deception and Healing of the Nations

7. The Nations and their Shepherd: Synthesis and Conclusions
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