Jesus in the Apocalypse of John: Jewish Monotheistic Devotion

Pursuing Veritas

This post is part of an ongoing series examining the Christology of the Apocalypse of John.

apostle-johnIt is within the limits of acceptable monotheistic worship that the constellation of Revelation 19:10, 22:8–9, and 5:8–12 seems particularly insightful. In both Revelation 19:10 and 22:8–9 John attempts to worship the angel speaking to him.[1] In both instances, the angel forcefully redirects John to “worship God” as the truly transcendent source of the visions. The message here—for John, his original audience, and contemporary readers—is that the revelations of the Apocalypse confirm the Jewish belief that Yahweh alone is worthy of worship.

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Published by Vincent S Artale Jr

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