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The History of Protestantism Vol. I By J. A. Wylie
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James A. Wylie’s massive History of Protestantism was published in 1878 and covers the beginnings of Christianity to the Glorious Revolution in Great Britain of 1688 in Three Volumes. The... More > following quote on J. A. Wylie is taken from a publisher’s Preface by Mourne Missionary Press: “The Rev. James Aitken Wylie was for many years a leading Protestant spokesman. Born in Scotland in 1808, he was educated at Marischal College, Aberdeen and at St. Andrews; he entered the Original Divinity Hall, Edinburgh in 1827, and was ordained in 1831. Dr. Wylie became sub-editor of the Edinburgh Witness in 1846, and, after joining the Free Church of Scotland in 1852, edited the Free Church Record from 1852 until 1860. In 1860 he was appointed Lecturer on Popery at the Protestant Institute, a position he held until the year of his death. Aberdeen University awarded him the LL.D. in 1856.”< Less
History Unveiling Prophecy By H. Grattan Guinness
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This graphic story of the gradual unveiling of the meaning of the Book of Revelation in the light of the events of history traces its development through eighteen centuries, from the days of the... More > Apostolic and Martyr Church to those of the Medieval Church, the Reformed Church and the Church of Modern times. It is a history of a gradual revelation during eighteen centuries under the influence of historical facts, of the system of interpretation which has commended itself to the most temperate and enlightened minds, as in harmony with the Word and Providence of God.< Less
The Destruction of Jerusalem - The Time of Jacob's Trouble By George Holford
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The Destruction of Jerusalem: An Absolute and Irresistible Proof of the Divine Origin of Christianity; And Narrative of the Calamities which befell the Jews, So far as they tend to verify the... More > Prophetic Word of God; And our Lord's Predictions Relative to that event. With A brief description of the City and Temple< Less
The Last Prophecy - Horae Apocalypticae By E. B. Elliot
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“The Last Prophecy” was the abridged version authorized by E. B. Elliot himself. The editors of this revised version humbly admit the primary credit to E. B. Elliot and those who went... More > before us in this great work. With great trepidation we have sought to bring up to date the last several chapters hereof with the same method of which we hope Mr. Elliot would approve were he present. You will come away with a fresh and very compelling view of the Book of Revelation and an overview of the greater work from which the text is derived. "Horae Apocalypticae” (Hours with the Apocalypse) is doubtless the most elaborate work ever produced on the Apocalypse. Without an equal in exhaustive research in its field, it was occasioned by the futurist attack on the Historical School of interpretation. Begun in 1837, its 2,500 pages were buttressed by some 10,000 invaluable references to ancient and modern works.< Less
The Destruction of Jerusalem By GEORGE HOLFORD
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The Destruction of Jerusalem: An Absolute and Irresistible Proof of the Divine Origin of Christianity; And Narrative of the Calamities which befell the Jews, So far as they tend to verify the... More > Prophetic Word of God; And our Lord's Predictions Relative to that event. With A brief description of the City and Temple< Less
The Last Prophecy - Horae Apocalypticae By E. B. Elliot
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“The Last Prophecy” was the abridged version authorized by E. B. Elliot himself. The editors of this revised version humbly admit the primary credit to E. B. Elliot and those who went... More > before us in this great work. With great trepidation we have sought to bring up to date the last several chapters hereof with the same method of which we hope Mr. Elliot would approve were he present. You will come away with a fresh and very compelling view of the Book of Revelation and an overview of the greater work from which the text is derived. "Horae Apocalypticae” (Hours with the Apocalypse) is doubtless the most elaborate work ever produced on the Apocalypse. Without an equal in exhaustive research in its field, it was occasioned by the futurist attack on the Historical School of interpretation. Begun in 1837, its 2,500 pages were buttressed by some 10,000 invaluable references to ancient and modern works.< Less
The Last Prophecy - Horae Apocalypticae By E. B. Elliot
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“The Last Prophecy” was the abridged version authorized by E. B. Elliot himself. The editors of this revised version humbly admit the primary credit to E. B. Elliot and those who went... More > before us in this great work. With great trepidation we have sought to bring up to date the last several chapters hereof with the same method of which we hope Mr. Elliot would approve were he present. You will come away with a fresh and very compelling view of the Book of Revelation and an overview of the greater work from which the text is derived. "Horae Apocalypticae” (Hours with the Apocalypse) is doubtless the most elaborate work ever produced on the Apocalypse. Without an equal in exhaustive research in its field, it was occasioned by the futurist attack on the Historical School of interpretation. Begun in 1837, its 2,500 pages were buttressed by some 10,000 invaluable references to ancient and modern works.< Less
The Last Prophecy - Horae Apocalypticae By Nicklas Arthur
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PocketBook: The Last Prophecy was the abridged version authorized by E. B. Elliot himself. The editors of this revised version humbly admit the primary credit to E. B. Elliot and those who went... More > before us in this great work. With great trepidation we have sought to bring up to date the last several chapters hereof with the same method of which we hope Mr. Elliot would approve were he present. You will come away with a fresh and very compelling view of the Book of Revelation and an overview of the greater work from which the text is derived. "Horae Apocalypticae” (Hours with the Apocalypse) is doubtless the most elaborate work ever produced on the Apocalypse. Without an equal in exhaustive research in its field, it was occasioned by the futurist attack on the Historical School of interpretation. Begun in 1837, its 2,500 pages were buttressed by some 10,000 invaluable references to ancient and modern works.< Less
History Unveiling Prophecy or Time as an Interpreter By H. GRATTAN GUINNESS
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This graphic story of the gradual unveiling of the meaning of the Book of Revelation in the light of the events of history traces its development through eighteen centuries, from the days of the... More > Apostolic and Martyr Church to those of the Medieval Church, the Reformed Church and the Church of Modern times. It is a history of a gradual revelation during eighteen centuries under the influence of historical facts, of the system of interpretation which has commended itself to the most temperate and enlightened minds, as in harmony with the Word and Providence of God.< Less
Horae Apocalypticae Vol. 3 By E. B. ELLIOT
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Horae Apocalypticae is a commentary on the apocalypse, critical and historical; including also an examination of the chief prophecies of Daniel. It is doubtless the most elaborate work ever produced... More > on the Apocalypse. Editors Note, 2018 Quin. Ed. E. B Elliot finished his great work about the year 1860. The nature of the Historicist method of interpretation is such that the line of fulfilled prophecy is continually moving with the passage of time. The interpretation of which necessarily requires a certain amount of speculation which must be verified before accepted as true. As well intentioned as many are the passage of time will overthrow the best of expositors on some points of which time would reveal to be mere speculation. Though the bulk of Mr. Elliot's work still stands the test of time, time has unveiled a more likely or true interpretation on some points. The editors herein have made some updates commensurate.< Less