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Babylons, by Rev. Alexander Hislop. This amazing volume
proves the Papal worship to be actually the worship of Nimrod and
his wife, complete in every detail. The Introduction notes that
"The Providence of God, conspiring with the Word of God, by
light pouring in from all quarters, makes it more and more evident
that Rome is in very deed the Babylon of the Apocalypse; that the
essential character of her system, the grand objects of her worship,
her festivals, her doctrine and discipline, her rites and ceremonies,
her priesthood and their orders, have all been derived from ancient
Babylon; and, finally, that the Pope himself is truly and properly
the lineal representative of Belshazzar." (from the dust cover)
Babylons or the Papal Worship Proved...
on the Prophecies of Daniel, and the Apocalypse of St. John,
by Sir Isaac Newton. Isaac Newton was the greatest scientist who
has ever lived. It is, in fact, generally accepted that he is probably
the greatest scientist who ever will live, since no one, no matter
how brilliant, will again be in such a unique historical position...Isaac
Newton believed that the Bible is literally true in every respect.
Throughout his life, he continually tested Biblical truth against
the physical truths of experimental and theoretical science. He
never observed a contradiction. In fact, he viewed his own scientific
work as a method by which to reinforce belief in Biblical truth.
(from the Introduction)
on the Prophecies of Daniel...
of Prophecy, by Patrick Fairbairn. - First published in
1856, this book has continued to benefit students of Scripture for
well over a century and remains Patrick Fairbairn's best-known work.
Like all of his writings it is characterized by a deep familiarity
with Scripture, careful and thoroughly-researched scholarship, and
a sane and balanced approach to exegesis. In this reprint of the
revised 1864 edition, Fairbairn gives us the mature reflections
of a lifetime of devoted scholarly study of prophecy (from the dust
Geneva Bible - "The 1560 Geneva Bible is the work of religious
leaders exiled from England to Geneva, Switzerland, after 1553.
It was the first bible in English to divide the scriptures into
numbered verses. It was the most widely read and influential English
Bible of the 16th and 17th centuries. Shakespeare quoted the Geneva
Bible more than 5000 times in his plays. The images contained within
the bible were produced by hand-created woodcuts. The marginal notes
often reflected Calvinistic and Protestant reformation influences.
These notes were not yet accepted by the Church of England and led
to the Bible's demise. King James I considered the Geneva Bible
"seditious" and made its ownership a felony. The Pilgrims and Puritans
brought the Geneva Bible to America. This Vintage Archives replica
edition has been digitally re-mastered and slightly enlarged for
easier reading, but none of the content has been altered. It contains
all 80 books of the Bible within the Old Testament, Apocrypha and
New Testament." (From the Publisher).
Faith of Our Fathers, Vol. II by LeRoy Edwin Froom - This
second volume in the history of prophetic interpretation covers
the Old World exposition from the Renaissance to the French Revolution...This
volume concerns itself with the line of testimony that begins the
great scholars of the Renaissance and was carried on by opposing
expositors of the Reformation and post-Reformation periods. (From
recommends that you begin with Volume II of Froom since it deals
with the Reformation period, the Jesuit counter-interpretations
of Revelation (i.e. futurism and preterism) and the identification
of the Man of Sin. Later, we recommend that you get the other volumes
in the set (numbers III, I, and IV in that order).
Adventist publication, Froom's work is recognized as authoritative
by the religious leaders of many faiths and is recognized as a standard
reference work in its field by many colleges and seminaries.
Henry's Commentary on the Whole Bible, Complete and Unabridged
- This one volume source contains Matthew Henry's commentary on
the whole Bible. Benefit from one of the greatest Biblical commentators
of all time. Henry was a Historicist and his notes through Daniel
and Revelation take the historical position. A treasure that should
be in every Christian's library.
Henry's Commentary on the Whole...