Back Table of Contents Forward. A Great Sign. We now come, not only to the great central subject of the whole Book, but to the central pair of the seven Visions, and to the actual literary centre of the Book. All this shows us that we are on the threshold of an important part of Scripture which relates to the actual Revelation or Unveiling of the glorious Person of the Lord Jesus Christ. The whole section chaps. That is to say, we have in chaps.
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Philologos Religious Online Books Philologos. Bullinger, D. Second Edition Revised and Corrected Analytical Table of Contents. Fifteen Preliminary Points I. The Titles of Christ used in the Book. The Descriptions of the Book. Certain Expressions in Chaps. The Vision of the Son of Man i. The Summary of its Contents i. The Seven Assemblies as a whole i. Ephesus: the day of Israel's Espousals Exodus.
Smyrna: the period of Israel's Wanderings Numbers. Days and Years 3. Pergamos: the Wilderness Period Numbers. Thyatira: the period of Israel's Kings 1 and 2 Kings. Sardis: the period of Israel's Removal 1 and 2 Chronicles 6. Philadelphia: the period of Judah's Kings 2 Chronicles and Isaiah 7.
Laodicea: the period of Judah's Removal the Minor Prophets. The Seven Assemblies and their Promises. Names Confessed 2 Sam. The Temple Sam. The Throne Kings and Chronicles.
The Scope of the Apocalypse shewn by its place in the Canon. The Scope of the Apocalypse gathered from its Structure. The Introduction chap. The People on the Earth chaps. The 1st Epistle Ephesus, ii. The First Vision "in Heaven" chaps. The Throne iv. The Book, the Lion, and the Lamb v. The 1st Seal the false Christ, vi. The Second Vision "in Heaven" vii.
The Great Multitude vi. The Second Vision "on Earth" viii. The 1st Trumpet Hail and Fire, viii. The Spirit-Horsemen ix. The Third Vision "in Heaven" the 7th Trumpet, xi. The Third Vision "on Earth" xi. The Fourth Vision "in Heaven" xii. The Woman and the Dragon xii. The 3rd WOE xii. The Fourth Vision "on Earth" xii. Result of the War as to Israel xii. The First Beast xiii. The Fifth Vision "in Heaven" xiv. The Lamb and the , The Fifth Vision "on Earth" xiv.
The First Angel xiv. His Denunciation xiv. The Son of Man xiv. The Sixth Vision "in Heaven" xv. The Seven Vial Angels xv. The Sixth Vision "on Earth" xvi. The Great Judgments the Vials, xvi. The 1st Vial on the Earth, xvi. The Great Harlot xvii. The Vision xvii. The Great City xviii.
The Seventh and last Vision "in Heaven" xix. The Final Heavenly Utterances xix. The Seventh and last Vision "on Earth" xix.
The Final Five Judgments: -. The 1st Judgment Men, xix. The People of the New Earth xxi. The Vision of the New Heavens and Earth xxi. The Conclusion xxii. Appendix: On the relation of Astrology to the Apocalypse.
Commentary on Revelation
Commentary on Revelation by E. Summary Read this work. Ethelbert Bullinger was a prolific writer. This book--originally published under the title Apocalypse --is his verse-by-verse commentary on the book of Revelation. Throughout, Bullinger keeps his attention on both the immediate context of a verse, and the remote contexts of the rest of Scripture. He frequently addresses other views, and explains why he believes them to be poor understandings of the text. Some of Bullinger's other views--for example, his "ultra-dispensationalism"--come through the text every now and again, providing a more holistic look at Bullinger's theology.
Heinrich Bullinger and the Apocalypse
Philologos Religious Online Books Philologos. Bullinger, D. Second Edition Revised and Corrected Analytical Table of Contents. Fifteen Preliminary Points I. The Titles of Christ used in the Book. The Descriptions of the Book.
E. W. Bullinger
His formal theological training was at King's College London from to , and he earned an associate degree. Bullinger's career in the Church of England spanned from to He began as associate curate in the parish of St. Mary Magdalene, Bermondsey , in ,  and was ordained as a priest in the Church of England in Stephen's in He resigned his vicarage in