Time, one of the most important motifs in the Book of Revelation, is also a widely discussed theme among its commentators. The present work takes up a study of the term hemera which has a significant role in the book, for a new appraisal of the temporal element in the theological vision of its author. Based on the exegetico-theological study of this term within the progressively unfolding structure of the book, it is proposed that John presents in his narrative a unified theological vision of the days of man and God's Day and that he exhorts Christians to participate in the divine transformation of history. Johnson Puthussery, born in 1960 in Kerala, India, was ordained a priest in 1987. He is a member of the Little Flower Congregation (CST). He holds a Master's Degree in Theology from Jnana Deepa Vidyapeeth, Pune, a Licenciate in Sacred Scripture from the Pontifical Biblical Institute and a Doctorate in Biblical Theology from the Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome.An Exegetico-theological Study of [hAmera] in the Book of Revelation Johnson Puthussery. The opening of the seal by the sixth angel results in cosmic convulsions on earth and in the heavensa. ... thg in B): Aa#39; Kai oetouoq uAcyaq AcyAcvero Ba#39; Kai 0 ijlttog AcyAcvero uAcltaq dig ooa#39;ualt;Koq rpixwog B2 Kai 1a#39;1 oeltfivn bin AcyAcvero tIx;anbsp;...
|Title||:||Days of Man and God's Day|
|Publisher||:||Gregorian Biblical BookShop - 2002-01-01|