Works Cited

Thomas Aquinas (mid 13 c.)

1.  Summa Theologica, supplement, Question 88:  The general judgment, a to the time and place at which it will be; Article 4: Whether the judgment will take place in the valley of Josaphat?

2.  1.  Summa Theologica, supplement, Question 88:  The general judgment, a to the time and place at which it will be;  Article 2:  Whether the judgment will take place by word of mouth?

St. Athanasius ( 327 A.D.)

1. On the Incarnation of the Jews ch. 1

2. On the Incarnation of the Jews ch. 2

3. On the Incarnation of the Jews ch. 3

4. On the Incarnation of the Jews ch. 4

5. On the Incarnation of the Jews ch. 5

6. On the Incarnation of the Jews ch. 6

7. On the Incarnation of the Jews ch. 7

8. On the Incarnation of the Jews ch. 8

9. On the Incarnation of the Jews ch. 9

Arethas of Caesarea (mid 6 c.)

1.  Commentary on Revelation

Peter Bamm (1959)

1. The Kingdoms of Christ from the Days of the Apostles to the Middle Ages, chapter 1, How It Began

 

Barnabas (mid. 1 c.)

1.  The Epistle of Barnabas, ch. 2

2.  The Epistle of Barnabas, ch. 4

3.  The Epistle of Barnabas, ch. 5

4.  The Epistle of Barnabas, ch. 6

5.  The Epistle of Barnabas, ch. 7

6.  The Epistle of Barnabas, ch. 8

7.  The Epistle of Barnabas, ch. 11

8.  The Epistle of Barnabas, ch. 12

9.  The Epistle of Barnabas, ch. 14

10.  The Epistle of Barnabas, ch. 15

11.  The Epistle of Barnabas, ch. 16

12.  The Epistle of Barnabas, ch. 19

Dr. Gregory A. Boyd

1. Letters from a Skeptic.  Correspondence 16

2. Letters from a Skeptic.  Correspondence 17

3. Letters from a Skeptic.  Correspondence 20

4. Letters from a Skeptic.  Correspondence 13

5. Letters from a Skeptic.  Correspondence 15

6. Letters from a Skeptic.  Correspondence 21

7. Letters from a Skeptic.  Correspondence 25

John Brown (1852)

1.  Discources and Sayings of Our Lord (vol. 1)

2.  Expository  Discourses on I Peter

F.F. Bruce (1943)

(1)     The New Testament Documents, Are They Reliable? The New Testament Documents: Their Date and Attestation ch. 2

(2)     The New Testament Documents, Are They Reliable? The Canon of the New Testaments, ch. 3

(3)     The New Testament Documents, Are They Reliable? The Gospels, ch. 4

(4)    The New Testament Documents, Are They Reliable? The Gospel Miracles, ch. 5

(5)     The New Testament Documents, Are They Reliable? The Importance of Paul’s Evidence, ch. 6

(6)     The New Testament Documents, Are They Reliable? The Writings of Luke, ch. 7

(7)     The New Testament Documents, Are They Reliable? More Archeological Evidence, ch. 8

(8)    The New Testament Documents, Are They Reliable? The Evidence of Early Jewish Writings, ch. 9

(9)    The New Testament Documents, Are They Reliable? The Evidence of Early Gentile Writings, ch. 10

Joel Carmichael  (1962)

1.  The Death of Jesus, ch.6, The Kingdom of God

2.  The Death of Jesus, ch.7, Jesus’ Audience

James Carroll (2001)

(1)     Constantine’s Sword: The Church and the Jews: A History Part Three.  ch. 19. A Vision of Constantine.  p 189.

(2)    Constantine’s Sword: The Church and the Jews: A History Part Eight. ch 54. The Broad Relevance of Catholic Reform

(3)    Constantine’s Sword: The Church and the Jews: A History Part Eight. ch. 58. Agenda Item 3:  A New Christology

Clement of Rome (mid. to late 1c, ~96 A.D.)

1.  the First Epistle of Clement to the Corinthians (80 A.D.)

Commodianus (mid 3 c.)

1   On Christian Discipline, Sec. 45: Of the Day of Judgment

Cyprian (mid 3 c.)

1.   On the Lord’s Prayer

Thascius Caecilius Cyprianus  (A.D. 200-258)

1.    Treatise XII (3)  Three Books of Testimonies Against the Jews,  introduction

2.    Treatise XII (3)  Three Books of Testimonies Against the Jews,  Testimonies ch. 1

5t3.    Treatise XII (3)  Three Books of Testimonies Against the Jews,  Testimonies ch. 3

4.    Treatise XII (3)  Three Books of Testimonies Against the Jews,  Testimonies ch. 6

5.    Treatise XII (3)  Three Books of Testimonies Against the Jews,  Testimonies ch. 9

6.    Treatise XII (3)  Three Books of Testimonies Against the Jews,  Testimonies ch. 12

7.    Treatise XII (3)  Three Books of Testimonies Against the Jews,  Testimonies ch. 16

8.    Treatise XII (3)  Three Books of Testimonies Against the Jews,  Testimonies ch. 18

9.    Treatise XII (3)  Three Books of Testimonies Against the Jews,  Testimonies ch. 19

10.  Treatise XII (3)  Three Books of Testimonies Against the Jews,  Testimonies ch. 21

11.  Treatise XII (3)  Three Books of Testimonies Against the Jews,  Testimonies ch. 22

Gary DeMar (1994)

1.  The Passing Away of Heaven and Earth

The Didache (80 AD – 190AD)

1.  Part 1:  The Two Ways,  The Way of Life, ver. 3

2.  Part 2:  A Church Manual, ver. 9

3.  Part 2:  A Church Manual, ver. 11

4.  Part 2:  A Church Manual, ver. 16

Downey

(1)     The Bible as Literature Survey . Literary Chronology of the Old Testament.

(2)     The Bible as Literature Survey . Book of Job

 

Eusebius of Caesarea son of Pamphilus

1.   Ecclesiastical History (325 A.D.) bk 2 ch 3

2.   Ecclesiastical History (325 A.D.) bk 2 ch 6

3.   Ecclesiastical History (325 A.D.) bk 2 ch 13

4.   Ecclesiastical History (325 A.D.) bk 2 ch 19

5.   Ecclesiastical History (325 A.D.) bk 2 ch 20

6.   Ecclesiastical History (325 A.D.) bk 3 ch 1

7.   Ecclesiastical History (325 A.D.) bk 3 ch 5

8.   Ecclesiastical History (325 A.D.) bk 3 ch 7

9.   Ecclesiastical History (325 A.D.) bk 3 ch 8

10.  the Proof of the Gospel (311 A.D.):  Book 1:  Ch. 1  The Object and Contents of the Work

11.  the Proof of the Gospel (311 A.D.):  Book 1:  Ch. 3 That the System of Moses was not suitable for All Nations

12.  the Proof of the Gospel (311 A.D.):  Book 1:  Ch. 4 Why it is we reject the Jews’ Way of Life, though we accept their Writings

13.  the Proof of the Gospel (311 A.D.):  Book 1:  Ch. 5 How Christ, having first      fulfilled the Law of Moses, became the Introducer of a New and Fresh System

14.  the Proof of the Gospel:  Book 3:  Ch. 7: Oracles about Christ

15.  the Proof of the Gospel:  Book 8: Ch. 4: Signs of the Time of the Coming of the Word of God to Men, the Call of the Gentiles, and Final Destruction of Jerusalem

16.  the Proof of the Gospel:  Book 8: Ch. 2: How after the Period of Seven Times Seventy Years, or 490 Years, the Christ having appeared to Men, the Jewish Prophets and their surpassing Temple Worship will be dissolved, and They Themselves will be taken by Mutual Sieges as by a Flood, and their Holy Temple undergo its Final Desolation

17.  the Proof of the Gospel:  Book 10: Ch 6: Of the Eclipse of the Sun at the Time of Our Saviour’s Passion, and of the Total Destruction of the Jewish Nation.

Ward Fenley (1996)

1.  The Second Coming of Christ Already Happened  Introduction

John B. Gabel, Charles B. Wheeler and Anthony D. York.  (1996)

(1)  The Bible as Literature. The Bible as Literature, ch. 1, Writing as the Expression of a Subject

(2) The Bible as Literature. The Bible as Literature, ch. 1, Biblical Authorship

(3) The Bible as Literature. The Bible as Literature, ch. 1, The Bible as an Anthology

(4)           The Bible as Literature. The Bible as Literature, ch. 1, The Radactors.

(5)           The Bible as Literature. Literary Forms and Strategies in the Bible, ch. 2, introduction

(6)           The Bible as Literature. Literary Forms and Strategies in the Bible, ch. 2, Literary Forms in the Bible

(7)            The Bible as Literature. Literary Forms and Strategies in the Bible, ch. 2, Allegory

(8)           The Bible as Literature. Literary Forms and Strategies in the Bible, ch. 2., Wordplay

(9)           The Bible as Literature. Literary Forms and Strategies in the Bible, ch. 2, Poetry

(10)        The Bible as Literature. Ancient Near Eastern Literature and the Bible, ch. 3, introdutction

(11)         The Bible as Literature. Ancient Near Eastern Literature and the Bible, ch. 3, Deciphering Ancient Near Eastern Languages

(12)         The Bible as Literature. Ancient Near Eastern Literature and the Bible, ch. 3, The Search for  Documentary Materials

(13)         The Bible as Literature. Ancient Near Eastern Literature and the Bible, ch. 3, The Impact of the Recovered Near Eastern Literature

(14)        The Bible as Literature. Ancient Near Eastern Literature and the Bible, ch. 3, Biblical Parallels with Nonbiblical Literature

(15)         The Bible as Literature. Ancient Near Eastern Literature and the Bible, ch. 3, Narratives

(16)        The Bible as Literature. Ancient Near Eastern Literature and the Bible, ch. 3, Legal Forms

(17)         The Bible as Literature. Ancient Near Eastern Literature and the Bible, ch. 3, Poetic Forms

(18)        The Bible as Literature. Ancient Near Eastern Literature and the Bible, ch. 3, Histories

(19)        The Bible as Literature. Ancient Near Eastern Literature and the Bible, ch. 3, Wisdom Literature

(20)       The Bible as Literature. Ancient Near Eastern Literature and the Bible, ch. 3, Prophecy

(21)         The Bible as Literature. The Bible and History, ch. 4, introduction

(22)        The Bible as Literature. The Bible and History, ch. 4, Limitations on Reading the Bible as History

(23)        The Bible as Literature. The Bible and History, ch. 4, History in the Pentateuch

(24)        The Bible as Literature. The Bible and History, ch. 4, History in the Former Prophets

(25)        The Bible as Literature. The Bible and History, ch. 4, History in the Writings

(26)        The Bible as Literature. The Bible and History, ch. 4, History in the Apocrypha

(27)         The Bible as Literature. The Bible and History, ch. 4, History in the New Testament

(28)        The Bible as Literature. The Bible and History, ch. 4, Value of the Bible to Historians

(29)        The Bible as Literature. The Formation of the Canon, ch. 6, introduction

(30)       The Bible as Literature. The Formation of the Canon, ch. 6, Making the Jewish Canon

(31)         The Bible as Literature. The Formation of the Canon, ch. 6, The Christian Canon

(32)        The Bible as Literature. The Formation of the Canon, ch. 6, Can the Biblical Canon Ever be Changed?

(33)        The Bible as Literature. The Composition of the Pentateuch, ch.7, The Early Questioning of Mosaic Authorship

(34)        The Bible as Literature. The Composition of the Pentateuch, ch. 7, Evidence for a Documentary Theory

(35)        The Bible as Literature. The Composition of the Pentateuch, ch. 7, The Documentary Sources

(36)        The Bible as Literature. The Composition of the Pentateuch, ch. 7, Putting the Documents Together

(37)         The Bible as Literature. The Composition of the Pentateuch, ch. 7, Some Additional Sources

(38)        The Bible as Literature. The Composition of the Pentateuch, ch. 7, The Integrity of the Pentateuch

(39)        The Bible as Literature. The Prophetic Writings, ch 8, introduction

(40)       The Bible as Literature. The Prophetic Writings, ch 8, The Great Eighth-Century Prophets

(41)        The Bible as Literature. The Prophetic Writings, ch 8, The Great Sixth-Century Prophets

(42)        The Bible as Literature. The Wisdom Literature, ch. 9, Patterns of Thought of the Wisdom Writers

(43)        The Bible as Literature. The Wisdom Literature, ch. 9, Behavior and Its Consequences in Proverbs

(44)       The Bible as Literature. The Wisdom Literature, ch. 9, The Religious Element in the Later Wisdom Writings

(45)        The Bible as Literature. The Wisdom Literature, ch. 9, Canonization of the Wisdom Books

(46)       The Bible as Literature. The Apocalyptic Literature, ch. 10, The Book of Daniel

(47)        The Bible as Literature. The Apocalyptic Literature, ch. 10, Comparison of Daniel and the Prophets

(48)       The Bible as Literature. The Apocalyptic Literature, ch. 10, The Characteristics of Apocalypse

(49)       The Bible as Literature. The Apocalyptic Literature, ch. 10, Revelation as a Typical Apocalypse

(50)       The Bible as Literature. The Apocalyptic Literature, ch. 10, Judaism’s Rejection of Apocalypse

(51)         The Bible as Literature. The Apocalyptic Literature, ch. 10, Christian Use of Apocalypse

(52)        The Bible as Literature. The Apocalyptic Literature, ch. 10, Continuing Appeal of Apocalypse

(53)        The Bible as Literature. The Intertestamental Period, ch. 11,  The Babylonian Exile

(54)        The Bible as Literature. The Intertestamental Period, ch. 11, The Return from Exile

(55)        The Bible as Literature. The Intertestamental Period, ch. 11, Hellenism

(56)        The Bible as Literature. The Intertestamental Period, ch. 11, Jewish Religion in the Diaspora

(57)         The Bible as Literature. The Intertestamental Period, ch. 11, Belief in Resurrection

(58)        The Bible as Literature. The Intertestamental Period, ch. 11, Ethical and Cosmic Duelism.

(59)        The Bible as Literature. The Intertestamental Period, ch. 11, Study of Sciptures

(60)       The Bible as Literature. The Intertestamental Period, ch. 11, Antiochus IV Epiphanes

(61)        The Bible as Literature. The Intertestamental Period, ch. 11, The Hasmonean Dynasty

(62)        The Bible as Literature. The Intertestamental Period, ch. 11, Herod the Great

(63)        The Bible as Literature. The Intertestamental Period, ch. 11, Pharisees and Sadducees

(64)       The Bible as Literature. The Intertestamental Period, ch. 11, The Messianic Tradition

(65)        The Bible as Literature. Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha: The Outside Books, ch.12, Translating the Septuagint

(66)       The Bible as Literature. Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha: The Outside Books, ch.12, The Christian Use of the Septuagint

(67)        The Bible as Literature. Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha: The Outside Books, ch.12, The Outside Books in the Septuagint

(68)       The Bible as Literature. Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha: The Outside Books, ch.12, The Apocrypha at the Time of the Reformation.

(69)       The Bible as Literature. Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha: The Outside Books, ch.12, The Eastern Orthodox Canon

(70)        The Bible as Literature. Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha: The Outside Books, ch.12, The Pseudepigrapha

(71)         The Bible as Literature. Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha: The Outside Books, ch.12, The New Testament Apocrypha

(72)         The Bible as Literature. Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha: The Outside Books, ch.12,  The Problem of Pseudonymity

(73)         The Bible as Literature. The Gospels, ch. 13, introduction

(74)        The Bible as Literature. The Gospels, ch. 13, Authorship

(75)         The Bible as Literature. The Gospels, ch 13, Purpose

(76)        The Bible as Literature. The Gospels, ch. 13, Dating and Sources

(77)         The Bible as Literature. The Gospels, ch. 13, Mark

(78)        The Bible as Literature. The Gospels, ch. 13, Luke

(79)        The Bible as Literature. The Gospels, ch. 13, Matthew

(80)       The Bible as Literature. The Gospels, ch. 13, John

(81)        The Bible as Literature. Acts and the Letters, ch. 14, The Genre, Purpose, and Authority of Acts

(82)        The Bible as Literature. Acts and the Letters, ch. 14, The Canon of Letters

(83)        The Bible as Literature. The Text of the Bible, ch. 15, introduction

(84)       The Bible as Literature. The Text of the Bible, ch. 15, New Testament Manuscripts from the Fourth to the Sixteenth Centuries

(85)        The Bible as Literature. The Text of the Bible, ch. 15, Erasmus’ Greek New Testament

(86)       The Bible as Literature. The Text of the Bible, ch. 15, New Testament Uncial Manuscripts

(87)        The Bible as Literature. The Text of the Bible, ch. 15, New Testament Manuscripts from the Second to the Fourth Centuries

(88)       The Bible as Literature. The Text of the Bible, ch. 15, Manuscripts of the Hebrew Bible from the Second Century C.E. Onward.

(89)       The Bible as Literature. The Text of the Bible, ch. 15, Hebrew BIble Manuscripts  Before the Second Century C.E.

(90)       The Bible as Literature. The Text of the Bible, ch. 15, The Hebrew Text Before the Dead Sea Scrolls

(91)        The Bible as Literature. The Text of the Bible, ch. 15, The Text of the Apocrypha

(92)        The Bible as Literature. Translating the Bible, ch. 16, Early Sixteenth-century English Translations

(93)        The Bible as Literature. Translating the Bible, ch. 16, The Geneva Bible

(94)       The Bible as Literature. Translating the Bible, ch. 16, The Bishops’ Bible

(95)        The Bible as Literature. Translating the Bible, ch. 16, The Douay-Rheims Bible

(96)       The Bible as Literature. Translating the Bible, ch. 16, The King James Version

(97)        The Bible as Literature. Translating the Bible, ch. 16, The Revised Version

(98)       The Bible as Literature. Translating the Bible, ch. 16, The American Standard Version

(99)       The Bible as Literature. Translating the Bible, ch. 16, The Revised Standard Version

(100)    The Bible as Literature. Translating the Bible, ch. 16, The New English Bible

(101)     The Bible as Literature. Translating the Bible, ch. 16, The Problem of Translation

(102)     The Bible as Literature. Translating the Bible, ch. 16, Establishing a Text

(103)     The Bible as Literature. Translating the Bible, ch. 16, Differences Between Lanuages

 

Earnest Hampton-Cook (1891)

1.  The Christ has Come, ch. 1

2.  The Christ has Come, ch. 2

3.  The Christ has Come, ch. 2, footnote 5

4.  The Christ has Come, ch. 3

5.  The Christ has Come, ch. 3, footnote 2

6.  The Christ has Come, ch. 3, footnote 6

7.  The Christ has Come, ch. 4

8.  The Christ has Come, ch. 5

9.  The Christ has Come, ch. 5, footnote 4

10. The Christ has Come, ch. 5, footnote 8

11. The Christ has Come, ch. 6

12. The Christ has Come, ch. 6, footnote 4

13. The Christ has Come, ch. 7

14. The Christ has Come, ch. 9

15. The Christ has Come, ch. 10

16. The Christ has Come, ch. 10, footnote 1

17. The Christ has Come, ch. 10, footnote 5

18. The Christ has Come, ch.11

19. The Christ has Come, ch.12

20. The Christ has Come, ch.13

21. The Christ has Come, ch.14

22. The Christ has Come, ch.14, footnote 1

23. The Christ has Come, ch. 15

24. The Christ has Come, ch. 15, footnote 3

25. The Christ has Come, ch. 16

 

T. Francis Glasson (1953)

1.   His Appearing and His Kingdom, ch. 1

2.   His Appearing and His Kingdom, ch. 2

3.   His Appearing and His Kingdom, ch. 3

4.   His Appearing and His Kingdom, ch. 4

5.   His Appearing and His Kingdom, ch. 5

6.   His Appearing and His Kingdom, ch. 6

7.   His Appearing and His Kingdom, ch. 7

8.   His Appearing and His Kingdom, ch. 8

9.   His Appearing and His Kingdom, ch. 9

10. His Appearing and His Kingdom, ch. 10

11. His Appearing and His Kingdom, ch. 11

12. His Appearing and His Kingdom, ch. 12

13. His Appearing and His Kingdom, ch. 13

14. His Appearing and His Kingdom, ch. 14

15. His Appearing and His Kingdom, ch. 15

16. His Appearing and His Kingdom, ch. 16

17. His Appearing and His Kingdom, ch. 17

18. His Appearing and His Kingdom, ch.18

19. His Appearing and His Kingdom, ch.19

 

Hippocytus of Rome (late 2nd to early 3rd c.)

1.  Fragments of dogmatic and Historical Works

2.  Expository Treatise Against the Jews

3.  Expository Treatise Against the Jews, section 3

4.  Scholia on Daniel Ch 22 verse 7

George Peter Holford (1805)

1. Christianity: Including a narrative of the Calamities which Befel the Jews So far as they Tend to Verify our Lord’s Predictions Relative to That Event

2.  Christianity:  Including a narrative of the Calmities which Befel the Jews So Far as They Tend to Verify our Lord’s Predictions Relative to That Event, footnote 9

 

Ignatius (1 c.)

1.  The Epistle of Ignatius to the Ephesians, ch.8

2.  The Epistle of Ignatius to the Ephesians, ch.11

3.  The Epistle of Ignatius to the Ephesians, ch.13

4.  The Epistle of Ignatius to the Ephesians, ch. 15

5.  The Epistle of Ignatius to the Ephesians, ch. 16

6.  The Epistle of Ignatius to the Magnesians, ch.1

7.  The Epistle of Ignatius to the Magnesians, ch. 6

8.  The Epistle of Ignatius to the Magnesians, ch. 8

9.  The Epistle of Ignatius to the Magnesians, ch. 9

10. The Epistle of Ignatius to the Magnesians, ch. 10

11. The Epistle of Ignatius to the Magnesians, ch. 11

12. The Epistle of Ignatius to the Trallians, ch. 6

13. The Epistle of Ignatius to the Trallians, ch. 8

14. The Epistle of Ignatius to the Trallians, ch. 9

15. The Epistle of Ignatius to the Trallians, ch. 10

16. The Epistle of Ignatius to the Trallians, ch.11

Irenaeus (mid – late 2 c.)

1.  Against Heresies: Book 5, Ch 27: The Future Judgment by Christ

Dr. Jortin (18 c)

Remarks on Ecclesiastical History vol 1

Alister McGrath (late 20 c – early 21 c)

1.  The Dawkins Delusion?  ch. 1 Deluded About God. Arguments For God’s Existence?

2.  The Dawkins Delusion?  ch. 2 Has Science Disproven God?

3.  The Dawkins Delusion?  ch. 2 Has Science Disproved God?  A Clash of Fundamentelisms

4.  The Dawkins Delusion?  ch. 3 What are the Origins of Religion? Belief in God & Religion

5.  The Dawkins Delusion?  ch. 4 Is Religion Evil? On Reading the Old Testament

6.  The Dawkins Delusion?  Notes on ch. 4 Is Religion Evil?  #26

7.  In the Beginning: the Story of the King James Bible and How It Changed a Nation, a Language, and a Culture.  Ch. 1 Unknown to the Ancients: the New Technology.  the First Printed Bibles

8. In the Beginning: the Story of the King James Bible and How It Changed a Nation, a Language, and a Culture.  Ch. 3 The Great Tumult: The Reformation.  Martin Luther: Pioneer Reform

9. In the Beginning: the Story of the King James Bible and How It Changed a Nation, a Language, and a Culture.  Ch. 3 The Great Tumult: The Reformation.  the Pressure to Translate the Bible

10. In the Beginning: the Story of the King James Bible and How It Changed a Nation, a Language, and a Culture.  Ch. 3 The Great Tumult: The Reformation. Henry VIII and the English Reformation

11. In the Beginning: the Story of the King James Bible and How It Changed a Nation, a Language, and a Culture.  Ch. 4 The First Printed English Bibles

12. In the Beginning: the Story of the King James Bible and How It Changed a Nation, a Language, and a Culture.  Ch. 4 The First Printed English Bibles: Tyndale’s New Testament: Precursor of the King James Bible

13. In the Beginning: the Story of the King James Bible and How It Changed a Nation, a Language, and a Culture.  Ch. 4 The First Printed English Bibles: The First Printed English Bible

14. In the Beginning: the Story of the King James Bible and How It Changed a Nation, a Language, and a Culture.  Ch. 4 The First Printed English Bibles: An Official English Bible: The Great Bible of 1539

Marshall, I. Howard.  (1976)

(1)   The Origins of New Testament Christology. The Early Church, ch. 2.  An Assured Result of Criticism?

(2)  The Origins of New Testament Christology.  The Early Church, ch. 2.  Palenstinian and Hellenistic Judaism

(3)  The Origins of New Testament Christology. The Early Church, ch. 2.  Palestinian and Hellenistic Christianity.

(4)  The Origins of New Testament Christology. The Early Church, ch. 2.  Jewish and Gentile Christianity.

(5)  The Origins of New Testament Christology. The Early Church, ch. 2. The Problem of Chronology

Justin the Martyr (mid 2nd c.)

1. Fragments of the Lost Work of Justin on the Resurrection, ch. 1

2. Fragments of the Lost Work of Justin on the Resurrection, ch. 2

3. Fragments of the Lost Work of Justin on the Resurrection, ch. 3

4. Fragments of the Lost Work of Justin on the Resurrection, ch. 4

5. Fragments of the Lost Work of Justin on the Resurrection, ch. 5

6. Fragments of the Lost Work of Justin on the Resurrection, ch. 6

7. Fragments of the Lost Work of Justin on the Resurrection, ch. 8

8. Fragments of the Lost Work of Justin on the Resurrection, ch. 9

9. Fragments of the Lost Work of Justin on the Resurrection, ch. 10

10. Dialog with Trypho

Alexander Keith, D.D. (late 1800’s to early 1900’s )

1. On the Prophecies, ch.3

2. On the Prophecies, ch.4

3. On the Prophecies, ch.8

4. On the Prophecies, conclusion

J. Marcellus Kik (1955)

1.  An Eschatoloy of Victory  pp 140-43

Lactantuis (260-330)

1. Divine Institutes: Book 4, Chapter 21. Of the Ascension of Jesus, and the Foretelling of It; And of the Preaching and Actions of the Disciples.

2. Divine Institues: Epitome of the Divine Institues: Ch.46 It Is Proved from the Prophets That the Passion and Death of Christ Had Been Foretold

3. Divine Institutes:  Book 7, Ch. 15: Of the Devastation of the World and Change of the Empires

4.  Divine Institues:  Book 7, Ch. 20:  Of the Judgment of Christ, of Christians, and of the Soul

5. Divine Institutes: Book 7, Ch.21: Of the Torments and Punishments of Souls

6.  Divine Institutes: Book 7, Chapter 72.— Of Christ Descending from Heaven to the General Judgment, and of the Millenarian Reign.

Mathetes (late 2c.)

1.  The Epistle of Mathetes to Diognetus

Melito, Bishop of Sardis (2c.)

1.  Homily of the Pascha

Watchman Nee (1961)

1.  The Normal Christian Life, ch. 2

2.  The Normal Christian Life, ch. 3

3.  The Normal Christian Life, ch. 4

Bishop Willam Newcome (1778)

1.  Harmony between the Gospels

Isaac Newton (early 18th c)

Observations on the Prophecies (part 1, ch. 1)

Bishop Thomas Newton (1754)

1. The Prophecy of Matthew 24  dist. 19 pt 3

2. The Prophecy of Matthew 24  dist. 20 pt 3

3. The Prophecy of Matthew 24  dist. 21 pt 4

N. Nisbett  (1787)

An Attempt to Illustrate Various Important Passages in the Epistles &c. of the New Testament, from Our Lord’s Prophecies of the Destruction of Jerusalem, and from some Prophecies of the Old Testament to which is added, an Appendix Containing Remarks upon Dr. MacKnight’s Commentary and Notes on the two Epistles to the Thessalonians

On the Origin of the World (late 3 c.)

1. The Creation of the World and the Demiurge Ialdabaoth

2. The Raising of Adam from the Mud by Eve (Zoe-Life)

3. The Rae of Eve by the Prime Ruler and by his Angels

Origen (late 2 c. – early 3 c.)

1.  Prayer, ch. 17, 1

2.  Prayer, ch. 17, 2

3.  Prayer, ch. 25, 1

4.  Prayer, ch. 25, 2

5.  Prayer, ch. 25, 3

6.  Prayer, ch. 26, 4

7.  Prayer, ch. 26, 5

8.  Prayer, ch. 26, 6

9.  Prayer, ch. 27, This Day

10. Prayer, ch. 27, 15

11.  Prayer, ch 27, 17

12.  Exortation to Martyrdom, 41

13.  Origen de Principilis, Preface

14.  Contra Celsum (198-199 AD), Book 4, Ch 22

15.  Commentary on Matthew, Book 14, Sec. 19. the Divorce of Isreal

16.  Origen de Principilis,  Book II, Ch  9. On the World and the Movements of Rational Creatures, Whether Good or Bad; And on the Causes of Them., sec 8

Dr. John Owen (17th c)

1.  New Heavens and Earth

 

Elaine Pagels

1.  the Gnostic Gospels (1979), Ch. 1: the Controversy over Christ’s Resurrection:  Historical Even or Symbol?

2.  the Gnostic Gospels (1979), Ch. 2: “One Bishop One God”:  the Polotics of Monotheism

3.  the Gnostic Gospels (1979), Ch. 3:  God the Father/God the Mother

4.  the Gnostic Gospels (1979), Ch. 4:  the Passion of Christ and the Persecution of Christians

5.  the Gnostic Gospels (1979), Ch. 5: Whose Church is the “True Church”?

6.  the Gnostic Gospels (1979), Ch. 6: Gnosis: Self-Knowledge as Knowledge of God

7.  the Gnostic Gospels (1979), Conclusion

Papias (early 2 c)

1.  The Fragments of Papias (Exposition of the Oracles of the Lord), ch. 4

2.  The Fragments of Papias (Exposition of the Oracles of the Lord), ch. 6

Peter Schaff (1882)

1.  History of the Christian Church, sec. 38, the Jewish War and the Destruction of Jerusalem A.D.70

2.  History of the Christian Church, sec. 38, the Approaching Doom

3.  History of the Christian Church, sec. 38, the Jewish REbellion

4.  History of the Christian Church, sec. 38, the Roman Invasion

5.  History of the Christian Church, sec. 38, the Destruction of the City and Temple

6.  History of the Christian Church, sec. 38, the Fate of the Survivors, and the Triumph in Rome

Pionius (early 3 c)

1.  The Encyclical Epistle of the Church at Smyrnam concerning the Martyrdom of the Holy      Polycarp,  ch. 11

2.  The Encyclical Epistle of the Church at Smyrnam concerning the Martyrdom of the Holy      Polycarp,  ch. 14

3.  The Encyclical Epistle of the Church at Smyrnam concerning the Martyrdom of the Holy      Polycarp,  ch. 17

4.  The Encyclical Epistle of the Church at Smyrnam concerning the Martyrdom of the Holy Polycarp,  ch. 19

5.  The Encyclical Epistle of the Church at Smyrnam concerning the Martyrdom of the Holy Polycarp,  ch. 21

 

Polycarp (early 2 c)

1.  The Epistle of Polycarp to the Philippians, ch. 2

2.  The Epistle of Polycarp to the Philippians, ch. 5

3.  The Epistle of Polycarp to the Philippians, ch. 6

4.  The Epistle of Polycarp to the Philippians, ch. 7

James Stuart Russell (1891)

1.  Appendix to Earnest Hampton-Cook’s The Christ Has Come

Milton S. Terry (1898)

1. Biblical Apocalyptics  pp 238-45

2. Appendix to Earnest Hampton-Cook’s The Christ Has Come

Tertullian (late 2 c – mid 3 c)

1. An Answer to the Jews ch.1

2 An Answer to the Jews, ch. 2

3  An Answer to the Jews, ch 3 Of Circumsission and the Supercession of the Old Law

4.  An Answer to the Jews, ch 4

5.  An Answer to the Jews, ch 5 of Sacrifices

6.  An Answer to the Jews, ch. 6 Of the Abolition and the Abolisher of the Old Law

7. Defense of the Christians Against the Heathens, Ch 47

8. Apology, Ch. 48

9. Ad Nationes, Book 1, Ch. 19 If Christians and the Heathen Thus Resemble Each Other, There is Great Difference in the Grounds and Nature of Their Apparently Similar Conduct.

10.  the Five Books Against Marcion, Book 5, Ch. 7

11.  To Scapula, Ch 2, verse 3

Gregory Thaumaturgus (3 c)

1.  A Metaphrase of Ecclesiastes, Ch. 12

Theolphilus (180 AD)

1.  To Autolycus, Book I, Ch. 14 Theolphilus an Example of Conversion

Gospel of Thomas

 

Alice Turner (1993)

1. The History of Hell, ch. 1

2. The History of Hell, ch. 2

3. The History of Hell, ch. 3

4. The History of Hell, ch. 4

5. The History of Hell, ch. 5

6. The History of Hell, ch. 6

7. The History of Hell, ch. 7

8. The History of Hell, ch. 8

9. The History of Hell, ch 10

10. The History of Hell, ch 14

11. The History of Hell, ch.20

(Lady Ophelia)

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