Darby concludes his synopsis on the New Testament with lengthy commentary on the remainder of Paul’s epistles, the Pastoral Epistles, and the apocalyptic literature found in Revelation. He connects the future of God’s work to events in history by interpreting the symbolism in Revelation. His literal reading of apocalyptic literature prefigured fundamentalist biblical interpretation for the two centuries that followed.
Darby left a lasting legacy for us today.
—Conservative Theological Journal
To see classical dispensationalist theology at its best, one must read Darby…
—Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society
Darby was a brilliant man…
—Moody Handbook of Theology