Milton Spenser Terry Collection (11 vols.)•
5 publishers 1885–1910
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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
- Biblical Hermeneutics
- Biblical Dogmatics: An Exposition of the Principal Doctrines of the Holy Scriptures
- Biblical Apocalyptics
- The New Apologetic
- The Shinto Cult: A Christian Study of the Ancient Religion of Japan
- The Mediation of Jesus Christ
- 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
- Volumes: 11
- Pages: 3,161
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.