Bullinger, E.W. – Ten Sermons on the Second Advent

In this 11 chapter work by Bullinger (Brethren, HyperDispensationalist), he presents us with 10 sermons on the second advent, including the importance of prophetic study, the interpretation of prophecy, premillennism, the calling and hope of the church, the church’s motive for service, the second advent for the Jew, for the Gentile, the resurrection of the just and unjust, and the judgment of the quick and the dead.

Mauro, P. – The Seventy Weeks and Great Tribulation

A Study of the Last Two Visions of Daniel and the Olivet Discourse of the Lord Jesus Christ. “I am come to make thee understand what shall befall thy people in the latter days.” (Dan. 10:14)

In this work by Mauro, he has two parts. He begins by examining some principles to guide the interpretation of prophetical passages. He then begins in the OT with the commandment to restore Jerusalem, and the details of the seventy weeks. He has two chapters on the Messiah, and then discusses the seventieth week. He deals with the question are the 70 weeks consecutive? Daniel’s last vision. Next he takes up “the King” and the time of trouble. The next section or part is the NT counterpart. He examines the Lord’s Olivet Prophecy. He then looks at Josephus’ description of the Seige of Jerusalem.

Brakel Christian’s Reasonable Service

Brakel Christian’s Reasonable Service Brakel was a Dutch reformed theologian. In this work he has 4 volumes with over 100 chapters. This is an extensive systematic theology. The work is not as organized as some systematic theologies, but none the less, most of the elements of a Reformed theology are there.

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