Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Robert F. O’Toole
Scripture References in this Resource (separated by semi-colons)
Revelation 1:1; Revelation 22:6, 16; Revelation 10:1-11:13; Revelation 9:13-21; Revelation 11:14-19; Revelation 12:1-22:5; Revelation 6:12-17; Revelation 8:1-6; Revelation 1:9-20; Revelation 5:1; Revelation 10:8-11; Revelation 11:1-13; Isaiah 9:6; Malachi 3:9; Isaiah 19:1; Malachi 3:1; Exodus 13:21; Exodus 14:19; Revelation 8:2-14:20; Revelation 15:1-19:21; Revelation 20:l-22:5; Revelation 1:1-5:14; Revelation 4:1-5:14; Revelation 6:12-17; Revelation 1:9-11:19; Revelation 1:9-3:22;
The purpose of the dissertation is to determine who the angel is through an examination of his appearance and role and by analyzing his relationship to God and Christ. A search and review of possible sources were made to determine whether such literary aids could help in interpreting the appearance and role of the angel. The relationship of the angel and Christ was also compared and analyzed to discover why the author of Revelation has and uses such an angel.
Brighton, Louis, "The Angel of Revelation -An Angel of God and an Icon of Jesus Christ" (1991). Doctor of Philosophy Dissertation. 72.
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