Prophecy: Jewish and Christian

Kessinger Publishing, 2003 - 200 páginas
Considered in a series of lectures of Warburton Lectures at Lincoln's Inn. The author has endeavored to enter into the true meaning of prophecy found in the New and Old Testaments in accordance with the scriptures. Contents: prophetic character of the Jewish and Christian religions; general character of Old Testament prophecy; value of prophecy as an evidence of revelation; development of the Messianic hope; principle of faith in prophecy; prophecy and the kingdom of heaven; use of Old Testament prophecy in the New Testament; prophecy in our Lord's ministry; prophecy in the Epistles of the New Testament.

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Henry Wace (1836-1924), former Dean of Canterbury and noted turn-of-the century scholar, author, and editor, is especially known for his work on the four-volume "Dictionary of Christian Biography" and with Philip Schaff on the fourteen-volume "Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers, Second Series."

William Piercy was a church historian and editor who lived during the early twentieth century.

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