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Horæ Apocalypticæ: A Commentary on the Apocalypse, Critical and Historical, vol. 4
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Horæ Apocalypticæ: A Commentary on the Apocalypse, Critical and Historical, vol. 4

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Seeley, Jackson, and Halliday 1862

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Overview

Elliott concludes his massive study with a discussion of Daniel’s prophecies, as well as other Old Testament prophets. He also addresses the Apocalyptic philosophy of Christendom over the years and a concluding application. Elliott also includes an appendix and a list of plates.

Horæ Apocalypticæ: A Commentary on the Apocalypse, Critical and Historical, vol. 4 is perfect for students, professors, historians, and anyone wanting a greater grasp on this divisive book of the Bible. With the Logos edition, all Scriptures are linked to the Bibles in your library, making study fast and easy.

Key Features

  • Contains a massive study on the book of Revelation
  • Discusses a number of Old Testament prophecies
  • Addresses the Apocalyptic philosophy of Christendom throughout time

Contents

  • Part 6 (Apoc. 14:9 to Apoc. 14:20; Apoc. 16:15 to the End)
    • The Era of the Seventh Vial
      • The Presumed Primary and Briefer Series of Prefigurations
      • The Fuller Apocalyptic Figuration
    • Chief Old Testament Prophecies respecting the Crisis of the Consummation
      • The First Half of Daniel’s Last Prophecy, from Dan. 10:1 to 11:31
      • The Second Part of Daniel’s Prophecy
      • The Crisis Introductory to the Jewish Restoration, and Blessedness of the Consummation, as Described by Certain Other Prophets
    • The Millennium
      • The Chief Millennary Theories
      • Apocalyptic Evidence against Whitby’s Futuro-Figurative Theory, and in Favour of the Literal Theory, of the Millennial First Resurrection
      • General Scriptural Evidence against Whitby’s Futuro-Figurative Theory, and in Favour of the Literal Theory of the Millennial First Resurrection
    • Suggestions as to the Probable Order of Events Introductory to, and State of Things during, and Consequent on, the Millennium
    • Conclusion
      • Our Present Position in the Prophetic Calendar
      • The Application

Product Details

  • Title: Horæ Apocalypticæ: A Commentary on the Apocalypse, Critical and Historical, vol. 4
  • Author: E. B. Elliott
  • Publisher: Seeley, Jackson, and Halliday
  • Publication Date: 1862
  • Pages: 793

About E. B. Elliott

Edward Bishop Elliott (1793–1875) was born in England. He was a minister who also wrote extensively on prophecy and the book of Revelation. Educated at Cambridge, he was a premillennial evangelical. Elliott is well-known for Horæ Apocalypticæ: A Commentary on the Apocalypse, Critical and Historical, or Hours of the Apocalypse.