Authors quoted

Alphabetical index of authors

Firmin Abauzit
Recanting preterism: Abauzit, Townley, Desprez

A. S. Aglen
When Israel went out of Egypt: Psalm 114

Louis de Alcasar
Interpretation of the second woe

Charles D. Alexander
Milligan’s comments on the second woe
Charles D. Alexander on the 3 ½ years of prophecy
The earth helped the woman
Mountains not found in Revelation 16:20
The supper of the great God
Charles D. Alexander on the earth helping the woman

Joseph Addison Alexander
Christ the “ensign for the nations”
J. A. Alexander and the mountains of Isaiah 40:4
J. A. Alexander’s comments on Isaiah 2:2-4
Isaiah 60:21: “they shall inherit the land for ever”
Corn and wine in Isaiah 62:8
Isaiah 6:11, “How long, Lord?”
Building the heavenly city
J. A. Alexander on Acts 2:22-36
Isaiah 2:2 and dispensationalism: a dilemma
Prophecy and God’s plan

William Lindsay Alexander
Cooper’s golden rule and the army of locusts

Henry Alford
The thousand year reign and the sabbath rest
Henry Alford’s commentary on Revelation 11:1-14
Henry Alford on the woman in the wilderness
Henry Alford’s commentary on Revelation 12
Henry Alford on the second woe

Ambrose Ansbert
Interpretation of the second woe

Sir Robert Anderson
F. C. Baur, Wm. Wrede, and M.A.D. dispensationalism

Paul G. Apple
The promised land: shadow vs. reality
Interpretations of the promised land

Gleason Archer
Did the sun stand still?

Herbert W. Armstrong
Herbert W. Armstrong’s interpretation of the 3 ½ years

Karl August Auberlin
Antiochus IV a type of the Antichrist
Auberlen’s analysis of the seventy weeks
Which temple is meant in Daniel 9:26-27?

Augustine of Hippo
When the thousand years are finished
When Israel went out of Egypt: Psalm 114

Francis Bacon
Francis Bacon and the firmament

John Bale
Interpreting the 3 ½ years of prophecy

Walter Balfour
Walter Balfour’s discussion of Gehenna
Comments on Walter Balfour’s interpretation of Gehenna

Todd Baker
The winds of dispensationalism

Albert Barnes
Mountains not found in Revelation 16:20
When Israel went out of Egypt: Psalm 114
The light of day and the thousand years
The holy city shall they tread under foot

William D. Barrick
The church and Leviticus 26

Richard Bauckham
Contrasting views on the heavenly Jerusalem
Richard Bauckham and the 3 ½ years

Richard Baxter
Millennialism in the 17th Century
Richard Baxter on the Millennium

Henry Bechthold
Henry Bechthold and the second woe

Isbon Thaddeus Beckwith
I. T. Beckwith on the Second Woe

Allan Beechick
Beechick’s winepress

John Crosthwaite Bellett
J.C. Bellett on Jacob’s blessing of Judah

Johann Albrecht Bengel
Bengel and the revival of Chiliasm

Adele Berlin
On the firmament in Psalm 136:6

Leonhard Bertholdt
Bertholdt’s list of methods for adjusting the 70 weeks

Gregory K. Beale
Interpreting the 3 ½ years of prophecy (2)
The supper of the great God
The serpent’s flood and the better land
G. K. Beale on the two witnesses

Adele Berlin
John Wright on Bible cosmology

Anthony Ashley Bevan
A. A. Bevan on the 70 weeks

Edwyn Robert Bevan
E. R. Bevan on Antiochus IV and the Jews
E.R. Bevan on Antiochus IV and the Conquest of Egypt
E.R. Bevan on Antiochus IV

David Bielby
Revelation and the kingdom of Christ

Thomas Rawson Birks
T. R. Birks on the time periods of prophecy 1
T. R. Birks on the time periods of prophecy 2
T. R. Birks on the time periods of prophecy 3
T. R. Birks on the time periods of prophecy 4

Daniel I. Block
The mountains of Ezekiel 36:1-15

Darrell L. Bock
Isaiah 2:2 and dispensationalism: a dilemma

Darrell L. Bock & Craig A. Blaising.
The winds of dispensationalism

Todd Bolen
Hope in Gehenna?

William B. Boyce
Wm. B. Boyce on the prophet Isaiah

David Brown
David Brown: The Blessed Hope 1
David Brown: The Blessed Hope 2
David Brown: The Blessed Hope 3
David Brown: The Blessed Hope 4
David Brown: The Blessed Hope 5
David Brown: The Blessed Hope 6
David Brown: The Blessed Hope 7
David Brown: The Blessed Hope 8

Walter Brueggemann
The land promise in the New Covenant

Gary M. Burge
The land promise in the New Covenant
Why dispensationalism isn’t cool

E. W. Bullinger
Timeline of theories on the two witnesses

David Burr
Timeline of theories on the two witnesses

Sir Anthony Buzzard
Is the promised land visible, or invisible?
Interpretations of the promised land

John Calvin
They shall look upon me whom they have pierced
John Calvin on Gehenna
Three views on Isaiah 2:2
When Israel went out of Egypt: Psalm 114

K.W. Carley
Eudoxus and Ezekiel’s wheel theophany

Carl Paul Caspari
On the continuity of prophecy

Owen Chadwick
The light of day and the thousand years

Lewis Sperry Chafer
The winds of dispensationalism

Talbot W. Chambers
T. W. Chambers on Zechariah 14

Colin Chapman
The land promise in the New Covenant
Where is the land promise in the New Testament?

Robert B. Chisholm Jr.
The nature of the seventy sevens

James Burton Coffman
Are the events of 70 AD included in the 70 weeks?
Interpreting the 3 ½ years of prophecy (2)
Mountains not found in Revelation 16:20
The holy city shall they tread under foot
J. B. Coffman on the time, times and a half
Isaiah 2:2 and dispensationalism: a dilemma

Thomas L. Constable
Isaiah 2:2 and dispensationalism: a dilemma

Frederick Charles Cook
F. C. Cook on The Mosaic record of Creation

David L. Cooper
Cooper’s golden rule and the army of locusts

Mal Couch
The winds of dispensationalism

G. Currey
Currey’s points of contact between Ezekiel and Revelation
Cosmology and Ezekiel’s throne vision

John N. Darby
John N. Darby, William Kelly, and the sixth seal
The earth helped the woman
A thief in the night

W. D. Davies
W.D. Davies on Ephesians 2:14
The land promise in the New Covenant
The paradox of the promised land and the gospel

Dean Davis
Dean Davis on the battle of Gog and Magog

John Davison
John Davison on the history of prophecy
John Davison’s Discourse on Christian prophecies
John Davison’s Discourses on Prophecy, VI Part III
John Davison’s Discourses on Prophecy, VI Part IV

Sandra DeGidio, O.S.M.
Interpretations of the promised land

Franz Delitzsch
French, German, and Scottish views on Isaiah 2:2
Barry E. Horner and the land promise

Philip S. Desprez
Recanting preterism: Abauzit, Townley, Desprez

David Devenish
What is the role of the promised land in the gospel?

Leah DeVun
When the thousand years are finished

Daymond Duck
A watch in the night

Iain M. Duguid
Ezekiel and the thousand year reign

John Eaton
John Eaton on literal and spiritual knowledge

Edward Bishop Elliott
E. B. Elliott and the sixth seal

David J. Engelsma
Truth and error in J. Marcellus Kik’s preterism

John Evans
Babylonian astronomy and the 70 weeks

Patrick Fairbairn
Patrick Fairbairn on the 3 ½ years of prophecy
Patrick Fairbairn on Ezekiel 37:24-25
Patrick Fairbairn on Ezekiel 36
Patrick Fairbairn on Ezekiel 36: discussion
Three views on the promised land
Daniel’s 1,290 days
What is the mountain of the Lord’s house?
Patrick Fairbairn and the designation of kingdoms as mountains
Revelation and elevation
The mountains of Ezekiel 36:1-15
Fairbairn on Isaiah 2:2
Patrick Fairbairn on Gog and Magog

F. David Farnell
On the continuity of prophecy

F. W. Farrar
Literalism, rationalism, and the 2,300 days
F. W. Farrar and the 2,300 days

Austin Farrer
200 million horses of the second woe

John Fletcher
John Fletcher and Daniel’s 2,300 days

Frank H. Foster
History of the universalism controversy in New England part 1 of 2
History of the universalism controversy in New England part 2 of 2

K. Neill Foster
The fable of Premillennialism

John Foxe
Timeline of theories on the two witnesses

Ps. Longinus On the sublime, and Genesis 1
Ps. Longinus On the sublime, and Genesis 1

R. T. France
The land promise in Hebrews 3:6-4:11

James Hatley Frere
The holy city shall they tread under foot

Leroy Froom
Nicholas of Cusa and the 2,300 days

Henry Frowde
Ps. Longinus On the sublime, and Genesis 1

Arnold Fruchtenbaum
The land of unwalled villages

William Fulke
Interpreting the 3 ½ years of prophecy
William Fulke on the second woe

Arno C. Gaebelein
The supper of the great God

Frederic Gardiner
Measuring the temple
Does Ezekiel 40-42 support a literal view?
The inheritance of the priests and Levites in Ezekiel 48
The mountains of Ezekiel 36:1-15
Dispensationalism and the Gog and Magog prophecies
Promises to the Church in Ezekiel 36

Tony Garland
Tony Garland and the Times of the Gentiles

Don Garlington
Milton S. Terry and the grammatico-historical principle

Kenneth L. Gentry Jr.
Where is the land promise in the New Testament?
Preterism and Daniel’s 70th week
Kenneth Gentry and the seventy weeks

Peter J. Gentry
The exodus theme in Daniel 9

Edward Gibbon
Gog & Magog, and Plato’s philosophy

George Gifford
George Gifford on the 3 ½ years of Revelation 12
Interpreting the 3 ½ years of prophecy
George Gifford on the first resurrection

Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburg
Interpretations of the promised land

Robert Govett
R. Govett on faith and works
R. Govett on Philippians 3
R. Govett on the rest in Heb. 3, 4
R. Govett on Heb. 5, 6
Comments on ‘R. Govett and the First Woe’

Andrew Colin Gow
The Tiburtine Sibyl, Hugo Ripelin, and the myth of a one-man Antichrist
Are Enoch and Elijah the two witnesses?

John W. Gregson
John W. Gregson on the flood from the mouth of the serpent

David Guzik
Isaiah 2:2 and dispensationalism: a dilemma

Matthew Habershon
The holy city shall they tread under foot

John Wesley Hanson
J. W. Hanson on Gehenna

R. Laird Harris
The Bible and Cosmology by R.L. Harris

H. A. C. Hävernick
H. A. C. Hävernick on the mountains of Israel
H. A. C. Hävernick’s introductory comments on Ezekiel
Measuring the temple

Robert Hawker
When Israel went out of Egypt: Psalm 114

Haymo
The holy city shall they tread under foot

Bob Hayton
Interpretations of the promised land

Ebenezer Henderson
French, German, and Scottish views on Isaiah 2:2
Isaiah 6:11, “How long, Lord?”

William Hendriksen
Interpreting the 3 ½ years of prophecy (2)
William Hendriksen on the thousand year reign

Paul Henebury
On the continuity of the land promises
Some problems in Covenant Theology
Dr. Reluctant, R. L. Reymond, and the land promise

Ernst Wilhelm Hengstenberg
E. W. Hengstenberg on the termination of Daniel’s 70 weeks
Interpreting the 3 ½ years of prophecy
The earth helped the woman
Mountains not found in Revelation 16:20
A unique earthquake
The light of day and the thousand years
E. W. Hengstenberg on balanced interpretation
Revelation and elevation
The mountains of Ezekiel 36:1-15
Literalism, rationalism, and the 2,300 days
E. W. Hengstenberg and the perpetual throne of David
Ernst Wilhelm Hengstenberg and the Second woe

Matthew Henry
The holy city shall they tread under foot

John Mark Hicks
Prophetic nightmares and Revelation 9

Steve Holmes
Gehenna in the ‘Love Wins’ controversy

John Hooper, Rector of Albury
Interpretation of the second woe

Barry E. Horner
Barry E. Horner and the land promise

John Russell Hurd
A note on ‘beheaded’ in Revelation 20:4
The light of day and the thousand years
The holy city shall they tread under foot

Bruce Hurt
Bruce Hurt on the mountains of Israel

Thomas Ice
Was the land promise abandoned?

Harry A. Ironside
H. A. Ironside’s Great Parenthesis theory
F. C. Baur, Wm. Wrede, and M.A.D. dispensationalism

Wayne Jackson
Wayne Jackson on “gehenna”

Robert Jamieson, A. R. Fausset, and David Brown
Isaiah 6:11, “How long, Lord?”

Samuel Farmar Jarvis
A sermon on prophecy by S. F. Jarvis

Benjamin Jowett
River myths and the soul

Andrew Jukes
Andrew Jukes on the biblical types

Pierre Jurieu
Pierre Jurieu on the 1,000 years
Pierre Jurieu on the 1,260 days
Jurieu and the reign of the saints
Jurieu on the promises to the Jews
Jurieu and the Kingdom of Christ and the Church

Franciscus Junius
Franciscus Junius on the second woe

Otto Kaiser
Isaiah 6:11, “How long, Lord?”

Walter C. Kaiser Jr.
Did the sun stand still?

Carl Friedrich Keil
The mountains of Ezekiel 36:1-15

Jack Kelley
Jack Kelley’s supernatural insight
Jack Kelley on “the fullness of the Gentiles”

William Kelly
William Kelly and the mount of Olives
John N. Darby, William Kelly, and the sixth seal

J. Marcellus Kik
Truth and error in J. Marcellus Kik’s preterism

Martin Luther King Jr.
Interpretations of the promised land

Meredith G. Kline
Meredith G. Kline and the Seventieth Week

Ralph W. Klein
Eudoxus and Ezekiel’s wheel theophany

Wilbur R. Knorr
Eudoxus and Ezekiel’s wheel theophany

Paul E. Kretzmann
When Israel went out of Egypt: Psalm 114

Clarence Larkin
Clarence Larkin’s mountain peaks of prophecy
Mountains not found in Revelation 16:20

Lactantius
Lactantius & the thousand years
Are Enoch and Elijah the two witnesses?

George Eldon Ladd
The earth helped the woman
George Eldon Ladd and the second woe

Johann Peter Lange
Isaiah 6:11, “How long, Lord?”
John Peter Lange on the second woe

Cornelius A Lapide
Interpretation of the second woe

Hieronymus Lauretus
Interpretation of the second woe

Herbert Carl Leupold
H. C. Leupold and the 70 weeks

C. S. Lewis
C. S. Lewis and “this generation”
Natural and spiritual light and time

Phillip J. Long
The continuity of the covenant

Robert Lowth
Mountains made low

Luis de León
Luis de León and Isaiah 2:2

Nils Wilhelm Lund
On the chiastic structure of Revelation

A. Boyd Luter
Identifying the abomination of desolation
Where is the land promise in the New Testament?
Is the temple in Revelation 11 an earthly, literal one?
How the land promise fits in the gospel

Martin Luther
Luther and Daniel’s 70th week

Nicolas De Lyra
Interpretation of the second woe

Gary T. Manning
The miracle at Cana, and the Elisha connection

Ernest L. Martin
E. L. Martin’s doomsday predictions

John A. Martin
Isaiah 2:2 and dispensationalism: a dilemma

Philip Mauro
How preterism mangles the “time, times and a half”
Philip Mauro on the thousand year reign

Fredrick Denison Maurice
F. D. Maurice on the second woe

Alva McClain
Mountains and rivers in the better land
Alva J. McClain and the kingdom of Christ

John McClintock, James Strong
The Temple-River

Robert McCulloch
Robert McCulloch on Isa. 2:1-4

John William McGarvey
James and the tabernacle of David

Methodius of Olympus
Interpreting the 3 ½ years of prophecy

F. B. Meyer
The promised land: shadow vs. reality
F. B. Meyer’s interpretation of the land of promise
Interpretations of the promised land

F. Meyrick
Gloom on the mountains, Joel 2:2

William Milligan
Milligan’s comments on the second woe
Contrasting views on the heavenly Jerusalem
William Milligan on the sixth seal
Commentary on John 14 by Milligan and Moulton
Interpreting the 3 ½ years of prophecy (2)
The earth helped the woman
Mountains not found in Revelation 16:20
Revelation 20 and 12 compared
William Milligan on the two witnesses

R. Albert Mohler Jr.
Gehenna applies to the church, not the world

Mike Moore
Did Jesus reinterpret the land promise?

Henry M. Morris
On the bottomless pit, and the binding of Satan
Mountains not found in Revelation 16:20
Henry M. Morris and the second woe

Steve Moyise
On the thousand years of Revelation 20

Otto Neugebauer
Eudoxus and Ezekiel’s wheel theophany

Michael Oard
Michael Oard’s rapid ice age

Randy Olds
The judgment of Gehenna

James Orr
On the 3 ½ years of Daniel and Revelation

Ford C. Ottman
Ford C. Ottman and the flood from the mouth of the serpent

John Owen
John Owen and the rest in Hebrews 4:3
John Owen on the rest of Hebrews 4:1

David C. Pack
David C. Pack and the 3 ½ years

James Patrick
The land promise in Hebrews 3:6-4:11

Herbert L. Peters
Herbert L. Peters and the 3 ½ years

Rodney L. Petersen
Timeline of theories on the two witnesses

Eugene H. Peterson
When Israel went out of Egypt: Psalm 114

Dan Phillips
Why dispensationalism isn’t cool

Philo
Three views on the promised land

Arthur W. Pink
Is Gehenna the same as the lake of fire?

Nathan Pitchford
Interpretations of the promised land

John Piper
Does the church inherit Israel’s land promise?
Interpretations of the promised land

E. H. Plumptree
Prophecy and God’s plan

David R. Reagan
Are all of Zechariah’s prophecies literal?

Alan Redpath
Interpretations of the promised land

James L. Resseguie
The river of water from the mouth of the serpent

Robert L. Reymond
Dr. Reluctant, R. L. Reymond, and the land promise

Richard of St. Victor
Interpretation of the second woe

Kim Riddlebarger
When is the thousand year reign of the saints?

Hugo Ripelin
The Tiburtine Sibyl, Hugo Ripelin, and the myth of a one-man Antichrist

O. Palmer Robertson
The nature of the seventy sevens
Is the promised land a symbol of paradise?
Barry E. Horner and the land promise

Ralph Robinson
When Israel went out of Egypt: Psalm 114

John of Rupescissa
When the thousand years are finished

Rupertus
Interpretation of the second woe

James Stuart Russell
How preterism mangles the “time, times and a half”
Timeline of theories on the two witnesses

John Charles Ryle
Bishop Ryle’s napkin

John H. Sailhamer
Isaiah 2:2 and dispensationalism: a dilemma

Wilhelm Julius Schröder
What is the mountain of the Lord’s house?
Is the promised land a symbol of the earth?
The mountains of Ezekiel 36:1-15

Eliezer Schweid
Three views on the promised land

William H. Shea
Is Revelation 12 a chiasmus?

Menno Simons
Timeline of theories on the two witnesses

Stephen Sizer
The promised land: shadow vs. reality
Did Jesus reinterpret the land promise?
The land promise in the New Covenant
Interpretations of the promised land

Justin Almerin Smith
J. A. Smith and the second woe

H. Speckard
Literalism, rationalism, and the 2,300 days

R.C. Sproul
Natural and spiritual light and time

Charles H. Spurgeon
When Israel went out of Egypt: Psalm 114

Ray Stedman
Interpretations of the promised land

Moses Stuart
Moses Stuart on the exegesis of the Apocalypse

J. C. F. Steudel
Literalism, rationalism, and the 2,300 days

Thomas M. Strouse
The geocentric cosmology of Thomas M. Strouse

Milton S. Terry
Milton S. Terry and the grammatico-historical principle

Tertullian
Interpretations of the promised land

Thomas Aquinas
Interpreting the 3 ½ years of prophecy
The Tiburtine Sibyl, Hugo Ripelin, and the myth of a one-man Antichrist

Robert L. Thomas
The sixth seal

Alan J. Thompson
Links to OT prophecies in Peter’s sermon in Acts 2

Chris Tilling
The land promise for all nations

John Tipton
On the thousand years of Revelation 20

Robert Townley
Recanting preterism: Abauzit, Townley, Desprez

Joseph Tyso
Tyso’s notes on the historicists
Historic interpretations of the ten horns

Ben Vandergugten
Ben Vandergugten on The Waters Above the Firmament

Gerhard von Rad
The land metaphor and the gospel

William Varner
William Varner on whether Jesus Christ is king

Blasius Viegas
Interpretation of the second woe

Victorinus
Are Enoch and Elijah the two witnesses?

Michael J. Vlach
Michael J. Vlach on Zechariah 14:1–9
Mike Vlach and the implications of Zechariah 14
Mike Vlach and the nature of the kingdom of Christ
Dispensationalism and the timing of Zechariah 14

George Wöosung Wade
Isaiah 6:11, “How long, Lord?”

Peter Walker
Barry E. Horner and the land promise
Interpretations of the promised land

John F. Walvoord
The continuity of the covenant

Benjamin B. Warfield
B. B. Warfield on the Millennium
Literalism, rationalism, and the 2,300 days

Dee Dee Warren
Preterism, Futurism, and Matthew 24

S. L. Warren
Gloom on the mountains, Joel 2:2

Isaac Watts
Isaac Watts on Daniel’s 70 weeks

Ronald Weinland
David C. Pack and the 3 ½ years

John Wesley
Timeline of theories on the two witnesses

Westminster Review
Scepticism and the cities of Rev. 11

John C. Whitcomb
Does Ezekiel 40-42 support a literal view?

Isaac Williams
Interpreting the 3 ½ years of prophecy

Andy Woods
Andy Woods on the postponement theory

Christopher Wordsworth
Christopher Wordsworth on the 1260 days
Interpreting the 3 ½ years of prophecy
The earth helped the woman
Christopher Wordsworth on Armageddon
Christopher Wordsworth on the Second Woe
Wordsworth on the two witnesses
Christopher Wordsworth’s comments on Rev. 20
Wordsworth on the battle of Armageddon

Charles H. H. Wright
Charles H. H. Wright on “The Antichrist”
Jerusalem, where Jesus is King
Jesus is High Priest and King

Chris Wright
The land promise in the New Covenant
Where is the land promise in the New Testament?

John Wright
John Wright on Bible cosmology

N.T. Wright
N.T. Wright, preterism, and Gehenna
What is the role of the promised land in the gospel?
The Bishop, the Ghost, and Gehenna

Michael Youssef
Darkening the sun

George Zeller
They shall no more be pulled up out of their land, Amos 9:15
When will Israel’s kingdom be restored?
Many days without a king
“I reap where I did not sow”
The days of the Messiah’s reign, Jeremiah 23:6
Christ’s reign of peace
What is the land of Christ’s kingdom?
A royal priesthood
James and the tabernacle of David
Was the kingdom offered to the Jews?
On the throne and key of David
Which Jerusalem remains forever?

Kevin Zuber
Dispensationalism in Decline

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