William Gilpin

William Gilpin (1724-1804) Predendary of Salisbury, and Vicar of Boldre, in New Forest, near Lymington. An Exposition of the New Testament, Intended as an Introduction to the Study of the Scriptures, by Pointing Out the Leading Sense and Connection of …

Wyatt Houtz: Jürgen Moltmann on the End of Time and Eternity

  Wyatt Houtz: Jürgen Moltmann on the End of Time and Eternity The history of modern theological eschatology is generally presented as the antithesis between consistently futurist eschatology (as represented by Johannes Weiss and Albert Schweitzer) and realized eschatology (C.H. …

William Henry Simcox

William Henry Simcox The Revelation of S. John the Divine: With Notes and Introduction (1890) Now it is possible to point out several schemes, according to which this prediction was more or less accurately fulfilled. Perhaps the most satisfactory is, to …

William Hurte

William Hurte “That John saw these visions in the reign of Nero, and that they were written by him during his banishment by that emperor, is confirmed by Theophylact, Andreas, Arethas, and others.  We judge, therefore, that this book was written about A.D. 68, …

Wilhelm Martin Leberecht De Wette

Wilhelm Martin Leberecht De Wette (1780-1849) Doctor of Theology and Professor in the University of Basel Historico-Critical (1826 PDF)     “However strongly the historic standpoint is to be asserted, we must yet insist also that the work contains an ideally …

Wilhelm Bousset

Wilhelm Bousset (1865 – 1920) Major NT scholar in religionsgeschichtlicher Schule in Goettingen, Germany | Not to be Confused with Jacques Bossuet The AntiChrist Legend (PDF) Jesus | Die Offenbarung Johannis The Historical New Testament: The Apocalypse (PDF) – Explaining in detail Bousset’s (very mature) explanation of …

Willibald Beyschlag

Willibald Beyschlag (1823-1900) Professor of Theology at Halle | German Idealist New Testament Theology: Historical Account of the Teaching of Jesus and of Primitive Christianity according to the New Testament Sources     “The common error..  of conceiving the parousia …

William Whiston 

Book II, Chapter XIX, Section 6,7 (Entire) WHAT CESTIUS DID AGAINST THE JEWS; AND HOW, UPON HIS BESIEGING JERUSALEM, HE RETREATED FROM THE CITY WITHOUT ANY JUST OCCASION IN THE WORLD. AS ALSO WHAT SEVERE CALAMITIES HE UNDER WENT FROM THE …

William Whiston

William Whiston Study Archive  Dr. Whitby well observes, no small part of the evidence for the truth of the Christian religion does depend upon the ‘completions’ of the prophecies, and it is believed ‘Josephus’ history‘ furnishes a record of ‘their …

William Newcome

William Newcome Study Archive The destruction of Jerusalem by Titus is emphatically called the coming of Christ   Bishop William Newcome 1729 – 1800 “The destruction of Jerusalem by Titus is emphatically called the coming of Christ : the spirit …