Historicism.com

Recovering the classic, Protestant interpretation of Bible prophecy.

The Historicism.com Bookshelf

If you want to learn more about the Historicist perspective on Bible prophecy, you've come to the right place. On this page you will find a collection of books, essays, and articles by historicist writers from the past and the present. If you would like to recommend a resource to add to this page, please use the contact option under "About Us" from the menu above.

ATTENTION All visitors to Historicism.com: Read this important message before proceeding.


Sermons on Prophecy by Pastor Joe Haynes:
Bible Studies on Historicism.com:

Books on Historicism.com:

Advertisement


Articles and essays on Historicism.com:

Articles Essays

Articles and essays on other sites:


If you would like to recommend additions to this list, please submit your request at our "Contact Us" page


Armageddon Watch:

The Gathering Crisis in the Middle East

News clips and Bible Commentary


Our current feature:

REVELATION 20

PREMILLENNIAL, AMILLENNIAL OR POSTMILLENNIAL?




ATTENTION: Visitors to Historicism.com

The quality books, essays and articles assembled on this page were never intended by their authors to replace individual study of the Bible. Please put in the relatively small amount of time required to get the most out of these resources: study the Bible passages referred to in the materials you read from this site. We do not want you to simply assume that the authors are correct in their interpretations of the Scriptures. Our hope and prayer is that your visit to Historicism.com will do more than just introduce you to the historicist view of Bible prophecy: our ultimate goal is to encourage and assist you to study the Bible for yourself. For this reason we have provided our visitors with two powerful tools:

Follow the example of the Bereans:
The brothers immediately sent Paul and Silas away by night to Berea, and when they arrived they went into the Jewish synagogue. Now these Jews were more noble than those in Thessalonica; they received the word with all eagerness, examining the Scriptures daily to see if these things were so. Many of them therefore believed, with not a few Greek women of high standing as well as men. (Acts 17:10-12 ESV)


Back to top of page






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.
If you would like to make a donation, for which we would be most grateful, please click here. We are unable to issue tax-receipts for funds received.


Join our FaceBook group!


You can buy great books like this one by clicking here and support our work at the same time:



Advertisement