Steve Moyise on Revelation
- The Psalms in the Book of Revelation in The Psalms in the New Testament (eds S.Moyise & M.J.J.Menken), T & T Clark, 2004: 231-246
- Singing the Song of Moses and the Lamb: John's Dialogical Use of Scripture AUSS 42, 2004:347-360
- Intertextuality and the Use of Scripture in the Book of Revelation Scriptura 84, 2003:391-401.
- The Language of the Psalms in the Book of Revelation Neotestamentica 2003:68-83 PDF
- Does the Author of Revelation Misappropriate the Scriptures? AUSS 40 (2002): 3-21 PDF
- Authorial Intention and the Book of Revelation AUSS 39 (2001): 35-40
- The Language of the Old Testament in the Apocalypse JSNT 76 (1999): 97-113
- Intertextuality and the Book of Revelation ExpT 104 (1993): 295-8
- Letseli, Tankiso Letseli - The Kingship of God as a theological motif in the hymns of the Apocalypse of John.
- Mnisi, Mhingwana George - How God takes responsibility for his church in this world with reference to Revelation 11.
- Manikam, Terrel - From downfall to victory: the worship situation in Revelation 17:1-19:10.
Articles on the Apocalypse
- A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Revelation of St. John R. H. Charles
- IVP Revelation Commentary J. Ramsey Michaels
- Who Says? Who Hears? The Narrative Rhetoric of John's Apocalypse David Barr
- Using Plot to Discern Structure in John's Apocalypse David Barr
- Transforming the Imagination: John’s Apocalypse as Story David Barr
- The Book of Revelation, Apocalyptic Literature, and Millennial Movements Felix Just
- Cities of Revelation Craig Koester
- Towards an Ethical Reading of The Apocalypse: Reflections on John's Use of Power, Violence, and Misogyny by David L. Barr
- "Honouring the Emperor or Assailing the Beast: Participation in Civic Life among Associations (Jewish, Christian and Other) in Asia Minor and the Apocalypse of John," Philip Harland
- "On the Verge of the Millennium: A History of the Interpretation of Revelation," Craig R. Koester
- Bauckham's Micro-Structure of Revelation.
- Alan Bandy, The Macro-Structure of Revelation from Bauckham
- John-Revelation Project
- Gospel Intertextuality
And of course, one should always keep a close eye on Café Apocalypsis.From my cursory reading the most helpful commentaries on Revelation thus far have been [in order of easy to difficult]
- G. B. Caird, The Revelation of St. John [I'm biased towards Caird and I don't agree with all of it but it's still a very stimulating commentary by a master exegete]
- Craig Keener, NIV Application Commentary: Revelation [Best preaching commentary on Revelation I've found]
- Ben Witherington, Revelation [Skips issues but helps you to actually understand the text, very helpful introduction and bibliography]
- Grant Osbourne, Revelation [Most of the time summarises the major views and then explains his choice of exegesis]
- David Aune, Revelation [Comprehensive background and parallels but I wonder if he doesn't miss the forrest for the trees at times.]
Unfortunately, I haven't been able to get my grubby paws on Beale's tome yet, but hope to in the near future. The best little book I've read on Revelation has to be Bauckham's Theology of the Book of Revelation. I reckon if one reads this book, one is more than half way to understanding what Revelation is actually about. But this is all I've read and so I'm still an apocalyptic baby...