Published June 1919
by Kraus Reprints & Periodicals .
Written in English
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out of 5 stars THE APOCALYPSE: Lectures on the Book of Revelation. Reviewed in the United States on January 8, Verified Purchase "There is a widespread prejudice against the study of the Apocalypse. Though it is the great prophetic Book of the New Testament, the last of all the writings of Inspiration, a special message from the /5(9). Lectures on the Apocalypse: Critical, Expository, and Practical: Delivered Before the University of Cambridge Christopher Wordsworth F. & J. Rivington, - Apocalyptic literature - pages. Originally published in three volumes from to , J.A. Seiss's lectures on the Apocalypse were among the first popular works based upon the futurist interpretation of Revelation/5. Full text of "Lectures on the Apocalypse or book of the Revelation of St. John the Divine" See other formats.
Internet Archive BookReader Lectures on the Apocalypse. Thirteen Lectures on The Things Revealed in The Last Book of the New Testament Commonly Known as "Revelation, but more appropriately distinguished as The Apocalypse showing their bearing on the events of those mightier events of the near future to which they have all been leading. By Robert Roberts. Fourth Edition, Lectures on the Apocalypse. London, Published for the British Academy by Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: R H Charles. Find more information about: # The Schweich lectures,\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema. Lectures on the Apocalypse: Or, Book of Revelation of St. John the Divine. F.D. Maurice () "The principal historical allusions in these Lectures are to the state of the Roman world during the years preceding the fall of Jerusalem.".
Lectures on the Apocalypse. London: Published for the British Academy by Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Charles, R.H. (Robert Henry), Lectures on the Apocalypse. London: Published for the British Academy by Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Document. Lecture 23 - Apocalyptic and Resistance Overview. The Apocalypse, or the Revelation of John, shares many of the traits found in apocalyptic literature: it operates in dualisms–earthly events contrasted with heavenly ones, present time with the imminent future, and it calls for cultural and political resistance. The Message of the Prophets Video Lectures - a companion to the textbook by J. Daniel Hays - features 27 easy-to-follow lessons. It offers a student-friendly introduction to Old Testament prophetic literature, presenting the message of each prophet in its historical and biblical context and challenging readers with what it means for today.4/5(1). Originally published in three volumes from to , J.A. Seiss's lectures on the Apocalypse were among the first popular works based upon the futurist interpretation of Revelation. Considered by modern evangelical scholars to be among the most influential, the collected lectures have been called "a monumental work," "thoroughly scholarly and spiritual," and "the highest type of 1/5(1).