Acts, Catholic Epistles, Revelation
Introductory Lectures to the New Testament: Volume 3
By: William Kelly
The third and concluding series of these Lectures, delivered in London between 21st April and 14th May of this year, and corrected form short-hand notes, is now in the mercy of God brought to a completion. It is hoped that they may serve as a stimulus and help to a comprehensive study of the scriptures surveyed. The inspired history of the church as planted of God here below, as well as of the characteristics ministry of the two great apostles who labored among the circumcision and the uncircumcision, here passes before us. This is followed by a sketch of the letters of James and of Peter, of John and of Jude.
The whole is wound up by a summary view of the grand book of Christian prophecy, which discloses the consequences, under God’s government, of the ruin of Christendom up to the end, when God is all in all. May the reader be strengthened of the Spirit all the better to enjoy the rich pasture provided in the exhaustless depths of God’s own word!
Dimensions: 5.0 X 7.0″
Publisher: Bible Truth Publishers (1970)
Weight: 1.20 lbs
Author: Kelly, William