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, …

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) …

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 …

Constantine’s labarum

Ancient Revelations: Numismatics   Coinage of Constantine the.. Preterist! Constantine I The Great, Emperor Flavius Valerius Aurelius Constantinus 275-337 “This remarkable event (the Edict of Milan) was regarded by Christians of that time, and by Constantine himself, as the fulfillment …

Clement 1

Clement 1 Robinson’s Date: 70 INTRODUCTORY NOTE TO THE FIRST EPISTLE OF CLEMENT TO THE CORINTHIANS. Philip Schaff ———— [a.d. 30-100.] Clement was probably a Gentile and a Roman. He seems to have been at Philippi with St. Paul (a.d. …

Charles Julius Guiteau

HYPER PRETERIST ASSASSIN: Charles Julius Guiteau Murdered President Garfield Executed by Hanging June 30, 1882 Member of JH Noyes‘ Oneida Community Charles J. Guiteau A True Believer in “Preterist Reformation” The Truth: A Companion to the Bible (1879) | A Lecture on Christ’s Second Coming, …

Conybeare and Howson

Conybeare and Howson Commentary on the Bible (1835) ; The Life and Epistles of St. Paul  “while the temple-worship, with its exclusion of all but the high priest from the holy of holies, still existed, the way of salvation would not be fully …

Clement of Alexandria

Clement of Alexandria TITUS FLAVIUS CLEMENS (c.150- 220) Founder of the allegorical school of Biblical Interpretation | Teacher of Origen “Shepherd of Tender Youth” – A.D.200 Earliest Known Hymn with Author Excerpts from Homilies | Excerpts from Stromata | Fragments of Clemens Alexandrinus “Being baptized, we …

C.C. Torrey: The Apocalypse of John

C.C. Torrey: The Apocalypse of John (1958) It is to be observed how the result thus reached―a date shortly before the year 70―confirms the explicit statement of the author of Revelation that he wrote in the time of the sixth …

Cornelis Vanderwaal

Cornelis Vanderwaal “Van der Waal has written a massive two-volume commentary on the book of Revelation which still needs to be translated. He has also authored shorter works on the book of Revelation — arguing strenuously that the book was …

C.F.J. Zullig

C.F.J. Zullig Friedrich Jakob Züllig (1744-1803) Johannes des Gottbesprachten, eschatologische Gesichte, genannt; Apokalypse (1840) | De openbarung van Johannes, verklaard (Stuttgart: 1852) “The Book (of Revelation) bears on it, not in one place, but in many, nay in its whole structure, an undeniable …

Charles G. Finney

Charles G. Finney SERMON VII. SALVATION DIFFICULT TO THE CHRISTIAN, IMPOSSIBLE TO THE SINNER. September 15, 1852 by Charles Grandison Finney President of Oberlin College Text.–1 Pet. 4:18: “If the righteous scarcely be saved, where shall the ungodly and the …

C.H. Spurgeon

C.H. Spurgeon Study Archive Read Josephus, and see how the Romans destroyed those murderers and burned up their city. The words are remarkable in their awful force and accuracy. Only Omniscience could foresee and foretell so fully and faithfully the …

C.H. Dodd

C.H. Dodd Study Archive the first advent of Jesus fulfilled all eschatology. On the basis of this, all prophecy has already been fulfilled, and that, consequently, no teaching of the Bible is concerned with anything beyond the apostolic age. C.H Dodd …

Clement of Rome

Clement of Rome Study Archive Most modern critics suppose him to have been the Titus Flavius Clemens, brother of the Emperor Vespasian, and first cousin to the Emperor Domitian Clement of Rome 30 – 100 Early Church Father, Reputed Brother of Vespasian …

Chrysostom of Antioch

“Did all the vengeance come upon that generation? It is quite plain that it was so, and no man gainsays it.” John Chrysostom 347 – 407 Contemporaneously called “Jack” Dividing Line Between AD70 and the End of the World in …

Constantine The Great

CONSTANTINE THE GREAT Roman Emperor, Christian Saint, A Turning Point in History “This remarkable event (the Edict of Milan) was regarded by Christians of that time, and by Constantine himself, as the fulfillment of the very prophecy before us. (Revelation …

Chrysostom: The Divine Liturgy (0388)

Having in remembrance, therefore, this saving commandment and all those things which have come to pass for us   The Divine Liturgy By Chrysostom of Constantinople 0388 CLICK HERE FOR PDF FILE OF ENTIRE BOOK PRIEST: Having in remembrance, therefore, this …