Lloyd Gaston No stone on another

Lloyd Gaston No stone on another (Leiden : Brill, 1970) (On the idea that the disciples expected the world to end) “an injunction to flight implies a crisis within history and not the end.” (p. 28)   (On Mark 13:21-23) …

George Wilkins, D.D.

George Wilkins, D.D. Archdeacon of Nottingham  (b. May 1785 – d. 13 Aug 1865) The History of the Destruction of Jerusalem as Connected with the Scripture Prophecies “The prophecies of the Old Testament referring to the former destruction of Jerusalem …

James Stuart Russell

James Stuart Russell (1816 – 1895) Nonmillenarian The Parousia A careful look at the New Testament doctrine of our Lord’s Second Coming NOT ADVOCATING FULL PRETERISM: (Revelation 20:5-10 Still Unfulfilled) “It is evident that the prediction of what is to take …

Bishop John Lightfoot

Bishop John Lightfoot (1601-1675) English scholar partially responsible for formulating the Westminster Confession A Commentary of the New Testament from the Talmud and Hebraica (1658) | Bishop J. Lightfoot’s Works; 2 vol.’s; 1684,1st Ed. Annotations on the New Testament: Compiled from the …

Jean Le Clerc (Joannes Clericus)

Jean Le Clerc  (Joannes Clericus) (1657–1736) “The world manifestly improves every day, and grows wiser than it was”   Grotius / LeClerc The Truth of the Christian Religion | Annotations on the New Testament: Compiled from the Best Critical Authorities (1829) | The Lives …

Blaise Pascal

Blaise Pascal (1623-1662) “In essentials, unity.  In nonessentials, liberty. In all things, charity.” Pascal Pictures ; Bio Sketch  PENSÉES (1660) “The wonderful thing is to have made the Jews great lovers of the things foretold, and great enemies of their fulfillment.” “Men …

Cornelius a Lapide

Cornelius a Lapide 1567-1637 Lapide on Matthew 24: vv. 1-15: Destruction of Jerusalem AND End of the World vv. 15-26: Destruction of Jerusalem alone vv. 27-: End of the World alone The Great Commentary of Lapide “Christ answers His Apostles, …

Monsignor Francesco Spadafora

Monsignor Francesco Spadafora d. March 10, 1997, at the age of 84 Editor of Rivista Biblica, official organ of the Italian Biblical Association Preterist Eschatology in the 16th through 18th Centuries Gesù e la fine di Gerusalemme (Jesus and the Destruction of …

Charles Homer Giblin

Charles Homer Giblin Professor of NT Studies at Fordham The Destruction of Jerusalem according to Lukes Gospel: A Historical-Typological Moral (On the “Historical-Typological” Method) “The topic entails another mode of interpreting Luke’s Gospel, complementing other accepted modes (apologetic, pastoral-horatory, doctrinal) …

A BRIEF MEMOIR OF SAMUEL LEE, D.D.

A SCHOLAR OF A PAST GENERATION A BRIEF MEMOIR OF SAMUEL LEE, D.D. Professor of Arabic, and afterwards Regius Professor of Hebrew in the University of Cambridge, Canon of Bristol, Etc. BY HIS DAUGHTER, Anna Mary Lee “Verbum Dei Lux …

Syriac New Testament – By Samuel Lee

Syriac New Testament By Samuel Lee Published by the British and Foreign Bible Society. 552 pages. 1816.       Syriac, a dialect of the ancient Aramaic language, has a remarkable Christian literature spanning a thousand years from the fourth to …

Hosea Ballou Study Archive

Hosea Ballou Study Archive It appears evident from the above, that the Saviour was informing his disciples how it would fare with them and other professors of Christianity, at the time when Jerusalem should be destroyed, and the Jews dispersed. …

Ezekiel’s Last Nine by Bill Wepfer, Ph.D.

Ezekiel’s Last Nine by Bill Wepfer, Ph.D. Excerpt: Chapter 1: A Belt of Watches “Flyover territory” – that derogatory moniker bestowed by the USA’s east & west coast cultural elites on the country’s vast & typically conservative center section, implying …

Mathison’s Informal Response to Green

  Mathison’s Informal Response to Green By Keith A. Mathison Keith Mathison is the author of Dispensationalism: Rightly Dividing the People of God? (1995), Postmillenialism : An Eschatology of Hope (1999), and The Shape of Sola Scriptura (2001). I finished reading Mr. Green’s article Preterism and the …

Clement of Alexandria: The Stromata

Clement of Alexandria: The Stromata (185)   For the two years are added to the seventeen months and eighteen days of Otho, and Galba, and Vitellius; and the result is three years and six months, which is “the half of …

J.A.T. Robinson: Redating The New Testament

  J.A.T. Robinson: Redating The New Testament – Introduction (1976) the fall of Jerusalem in AD 70, and with it the collapse of institutional Judaism based on the temple, is never once mentioned as a past fact.   Redating the …

Norman Snaith

Norman Snaith Focus on the Kingdom | Song of Songs (On Clouds Imagery | Acts 1:11) “It was not every man who could see this heavenly chariotry (6:17). The youth needed to have his eyes opened in order that he might see them.”  …

Sam Frost: Scholar, Philip Mauro (2012)

Sam Frost: Scholar, Philip Mauro (2012) Progressive Sanctification, as a doctrine (virtually held by all), is explicitly denied by Full Preterism.  With good reason.   Scholar, Philip Mauro By Samuel Frost 2012 Works by Philip Mauro: Daniel’s Seventy Weeks: When …