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"This commentary is the first major work on the book of Revelation in many years that expounds the historicist interpretation. The historicist school of interpretation was the dominant approach from Reformation times through most of the nineteenth century. The reasons for the current disaffection are too complex to address in a few words, but it is the author's conviction that from the standpoint of sound principles of biblical hermeneutics, the historicist inerpretation is still the most creditable approach for an accurate understanding of this, the last book of the Bible and the final prophecy of Jesus." (By the author, from the Amazon page)
" In this Christian classic, legendary author and pastor A. B. Simpson provides a thorough teaching on a topic that has been debated and theorized throughout history: the second coming of Jesus Christ. Among the topics Simpson addresses are...The premillennial versus postmillennial theories; The church age; The world powers; The plan for Israel; The false prophet and the Antichrist; The great tribulation; Judgment; The new heaven and earth; Signs of the end times." (From the Amazon page)
"Who are the Popes and how does the Roman Catholic Church define their role? What about the present day Popes? What is the ecumenical significance of the Papacy and what are its prospects in the global world? These and other questions are tackled as Leonardo De Chirico explores the Biblical, historical, and theological fabric of the Papacy." (From the Amazon page)
Famous scientist, Sir Isaac Newton presents here his conclusions from studying the prophecies of Daniel and Revelation.
"Adoniram Judson Gordon (1836–1895) was pastor of Clarendon Street Baptist Church in Boston, founder of Gordon College and Gordon–Conwell Theological Seminary, and a prolific author." (From the Amazon page) In his book, "Ecce Venit" (Behold He Comes), Gordon presents his arguments for a premillennial and historicist interpretation of prophecy.
The classic book by H. Grattan Guinness shows how Roman Catholicism and the Protestant Reformation fulfill prophecy, and how the Bible's prophecies have been understood throughout Christian history.

About Me

Historicism.com is owned and operated by me, Joe Haynes, of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. I serve as a pastor in a church plant in Victoria since 2013. My wife, Heather, and I have five kids. In 2011, I completed a Master of Arts in Christian Studies from Northwest Baptist Seminary at the Associated Canadian Theological Seminaries of Trinity Western University. Feel free to visit my blog at Keruxai.com.
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