It is mortifying to remember that I not only held and taught these novelties myself, but that I even enjoyed a complacent sense of superiority because thereof, and regarded with feelings of pity and contempt those who had not received the ‘new light’ Continue reading “Philip Mauro Study Archive”
Wherefore this day was no other but that fearful and tremendous day, a season for the destruction of Jerusalem, the temple, city, and nation of the Jews Continue reading “John Owen Study Archive”
Habakkuk 1:6 “For, behold, I raise up the Kasdim, that bitter and hasty nation, that march through the breadth of the eretz, to possess dwelling places that are not theirs.” Comment: “Its interpretation concerns the Kittim”
Idealist library from AD79 Discovered in Herculaneum – “Vergil had learned from Philodemus. The latter has been cited on both sides of the controversy; indeed, On Piety cols. viii-xiii has been one of the main supports of the idealist interpretation.” Continue reading “Herculaneum Library Study Archive”
But of that day and hour knoweth no man] Which is to be understood, not of the second coming of Christ, the end of the world, and the last judgment; but of the coming of the son of man, to take vengeance on the Jews, and of their destruction Continue reading “John Gill Study Archive”
He considers that there are no grounds for expecting the Lord’s personal, visible presence on earth, but rather a presence of the Spirit and its power in his ordinances with his saints living on earth Continue reading “Hugo Grotius Study Archive”
he became convinced that the views which he entertained, known as the Preterist, were those held by the early Church. Continue reading “Dr. Samuel Lee 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 woes that were to befall the murderers and their city.
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he had solved the riddle of the Pastorals and the “deutero-Paulines” by fitting them seamlessly into Paul’s work as known from Acts and from the acknowledged Pauline letters Continue reading “Bo Reicke Study Archive”
However the gospel may be defended, it cannot be defended by concessions which deprive it of its essence or which detract from our Saviour’s title to be called The Word of God. Continue reading “F.F. Bruce Study Archive”
According to Dodd, the early church believed that the kingdom was here and now. Proto-influences in the ascension of Realized Eschatology are dated back to Erasmus. Continue reading “Realized Eschatology 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.
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“‘This generation’ can only with the greatest difficulty be made to mean anything other than the generation living when Jesus spoke.” Continue reading “D.A. Carson Study Archive”
The principal historical allusions in these Lectures are to the state of the Roman world during the years preceding the fall of Jerusalem. Continue reading “F.D. Maurice Study Archive”
It results from these proofs that the Jewish conception of the pre-existence of heavenly things, which were to be revealed in later times, was not, as Beyschlag represents it, of an idealistic, but essentially of a realistic character.
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