Commentary on the Apocalypse of the Blessed John


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This commentary is said to have been composed around 260, making it the earliest surviving commentary on Revelation. The author, St. Victorinus of Pettau (d. 303) flourished about 270, and was martyred during the Roman persecutions under Emperor Diocletian. The commentary does not cover every verse but focuses instead on key passages, giving mostly allegorical interpretations. He saw the Apocalypse as consisting of various subdivisions which run parallel with each other, the main theme of which is the coming Second Advent. - Summary by ancientchristian (1 hr 34 min)

Chapters

Chapter 1 12:37 Read by ancientchristian
Chapters 2,3 9:05 Read by ancientchristian
Chapters 4,5 17:12 Read by ancientchristian
Chapters 6-9 12:45 Read by ancientchristian
Chapters 10,11 12:55 Read by ancientchristian
Chapters 12-15 14:46 Read by ancientchristian
Chapters 17,19,20-22 15:16 Read by ancientchristian

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I couldn't. The narrator is SO monotonous!! Had to stop!


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really enjoyed this. very interesting. thanks.