The Theocratic Kingdom of Our Lord Jesus, the Christ (3 vols.)
Funk & Wagnalls 1884
The result of 30 years labor, George N. H. Peters’ three-volume The Theocratic Kingdom of Our Lord Jesus is a staunch defense of dispensational theology. Organized into 206 propositions which build upon each other, each proposition is stated and then defended with a series of annotated observations. Peters quotes from over 4,000 sources, ranging from the second century to the nineteenth, to build the case for Premillennialism. Each volume contains three in-depth indexes: one of authors, books, and periodicals, one of subjects, and one of Scripture.
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- Defense of dispensational theology
- Quotes from over 4,000 sources
- Contains in-depth indexes
Praise for the Print Edition
The greatest work on prophetic interpretation ever written.
The most exhaustive, thoroughly annotated, and logically arranged study of Biblical prophecy that appeared in our country during the nineteenth century.
—Wilbur M. Smith
The most exhaustive, scholarly, reverent treatment of the questions of the kingdom of our Lord available today.
—Dwight D. Pentecost
- Title: The Theocratic Kingdom of Our Lord Jesus, the Christ
- Author: George N. H. Peters
- Publisher: Funk & Wagnalls
- Volumes: 3
- Pages: 2,175
About George N. H. Peters
George Nathaniel Henry Peters (1825–1909) was born in New Berlin, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Wittenberg College in 1850, and in 1907 the same college awarded him an honorary Doctor of Divinity. He pastored numerous churches in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Nebraska, where he sometimes preached in German. He spent over 30 years working on The Theocratic Kingdom.