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Milton Spenser Terry was a pastor and professor who taught apologetics, comparative religion, and Old Testament. Finding Jesus in every corner of the Old Testament was his specialty, and he frequently gave sermons and addresses on Old Testament prophecies, revealing the God of the Old Testament as a God of grace. He wrote extensively on apologetics, philosophy, comparative religions, and dogmatics, developing his own massive works on Christianity’s fundamentals.
In the Logos edition of these volumes, Terry’s dogmatics intermingle with the rest of your library, expanding your research further than ever. You’ll be able to search through all of these volumes with the tap of a mouse, finding Terry’s writings on Buddhism or Christ as mediator. Verse references are hyperlinked to appear on mouseover, instantly showing you Terry’s interaction with the Bible as you read through his works.
Contains his three-volume treatise on biblical dogmatics
Provides first-rate apologetics for Christian faith and biblical historicity
This substantial volume presents a thorough study of hermeneutics as a discipline, including its methods, its goals, and a complete study of hermeneutics in application with the Bible. This complete work includes bibliographies, lexical indexes, and a topical index.
The most widely used textbook on biblical interpretation.
Terry’s Biblical Dogmatics is his theological centerpiece. In three parts, Biblical Dogmatics delivers Christian doctrine central to the Bible. The first part, “The Constitution and Possibilities of Man,” exposes the nature of man, the purpose of morality, the causes of regeneration, and the purpose of faith. In the second part, “The Manifestation of the Christ,” Christological doctrines are revealed through an investigative study of the New Testament. And examining the God of the universe, “Our Father in Heaven” probes the head of the Trinity as God revealed himself to the nations, to the Hebrews, and eventually, through Christ.
Taking a less radical approach than his contemporaries, Terry evaluates the creation and apocalyptic passages of the Bible—specifically Genesis, Isaiah, Daniel, and Revelation—and produces his own criticism. Framed within the scope of reasonable dogmatics, this volume completes Terry’s trilogy of biblical interpretation and doctrine.
Originally written as lectures for his comparative religion course, this volume represents Terry’s investigation into the Shinto religion to enlighten missionaries, apologetics students, and interested Christians. This concise work includes observations on Christian interactions with Shinto religion and culture, as well as Shinto’s influences from Buddhism, Confucianism, and recent religious indifference.
Terry investigates God’s revelation of himself to man throughout the ages, leading to the revelation of salvation through Jesus’ incarnation. His deep historical study never runs dry as he analyzes doctrines of Christ from a historical and a biblical perspective, giving readers evidence from every New Testament book and supporting each doctrine with historical precedent.
The New and Living Way is a biblical look at the basics of Christianity, developing a treatise to understand the Christian way with a fresh, convicting understanding. Terry’s religious look at Christianity—and his defense of it through Scripture and apologetics—brings a voice desperately needed in the discussion of theology from the turn of the century.
A personal account of Milton Spenser Terry’s travels through Europe, this volume records his journey across the ocean and through the Old World, where he expands his reader’s worldview, exposing them to unfamiliar cultures and history.
The Sibylline Oracles Translated from the Greek into English Blank Verse
In his translation of the Sibylline Oracles, Milton Spenser Terry provided close notes in his translation preferences, his poetic versification, and background information on similar Latin and Greek writing.
Prophecy and divine action in the Old Testament is one of Milton Spenser Terry’s specializations. In this work, Terry explores prophecy through Moses and the prophets of the Old Testament, digging into God’s divine plan, revealing textual challenges, and investigating the historical context in which the prophets lived and proclaimed messages from God.
Author: Milton Spenser Terry, Charles F. Bradley, Charles W. Bennett
These three inaugural addresses by Milton Spenser Terry, Charles F. Bradley, and Charles W. Bennett were delivered to Garrett Biblical Institute in 1885, presenting topics that each professor specialized in. Terry’s address on “The Hebrew Revelation” is a message from the New Testament book of Hebrews, calling the audience to live in faith in Jesus Christ with clever analysis of the proclamation of Old Testament prophets.
“The Hebrew Revelation” by Milton Spenser Terry
“The Greek Testament and the Methodist Ministry” by Charles F. Bradley
“Christian Union” by Charles W. Bennett
Title: Milton Spenser Terry Collection
Authors: Milton Spenser Terry, Charles F. Bradley, Charles W. Bennett
Publishers: Eaton & Mains, Hunt & Eaton, Cranston & Curts, Jennings and Graham, Garrett Biblical Institute
About Milton Spenser Terry
Milton Spenser Terry (1840–1914) was professor of Old Testament exegesis at the Garrett Biblical Institute. He was a Methodist Episcopal Church clergyman who held pastorates from 1868 to 1884. In 1884 he was elected to the chair of Hebrew and Old Testament exegesis at the Garrett Biblical Institution in Evanston, Illinois. In 1871 he was elected to the American Oriental Society, and in 1883 he was elected to the Society of Biblical Literature and Exegesis. He authored numerous books including Biblical Hermeneutics, The Prophecies of Daniel Expounded, Biblical Apocalytics, and several volumes in Whedon’s Commentary on the Old and New Testaments.