James Montgomery Boice (July 7, 1938" "June 15, 2000) was pastor of the historic Tenth Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia for more than three decades. With degrees from Harvard, Princeton Theological Seminary, and the University of Basel, Dr. Boice was well known and well respected as a Bible expositor. He wrote many books and commentaries, including a four-volume commentary on the book of Romans, and his Bible Study Hour radio program can still be heard on air and online.
"Anyone who benefited from Boice's long and faithful ministry will
find this a must-have volume. Those who have not yet studied under
his skillful hand will find these studies in Revelation a stirring
introduction to one of the great pulpit ministries of the twentieth
century." -- Richard D. Phillips "Senior Minister, Second
Presbyterian Church, Greenville, South Carolina; Chairman,
Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology"
"Dr. James M. Boice's commentary on Revelation is like a theological GPS that helps the reader to navigate the challenges of understanding the Bible's most apocalyptic book. . . Brilliant, biblically rich, and a true blessing." -- Doug Logan Jr. "President, Grimk Seminary; Codirector, Acts 29's Church in Hard Places"
"Jim Boice's final series of sermons at Tenth Presbyterian Church before his untimely death and promotion to glory cover only the first six chapters of the book of Revelation, but they are a marvelous synthesis of exegesis and theology, of doctrine and life. . ." -- D. A. Carson "Emeritus Professor of New Testament, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School; Editor, Pillar New Testament Commentary series"