Contains a detailed analysis of the entire book of Revelation, from a dispensational point of view.
This edition has the best formatting and has British spelling of words converted to American spelling. Therefore, it is copyrighted.
However Bullinger, an untiring scholar of God's word, treats Revelation not as a work to be interpreted by man, but as God's own interpretation of the future to us. Bullinger's vast knowledge of the Scriptures, his unique grasp of history, and his unusual interpretative ability will challenge you to rethink your views of interpretation.
Refreshing in its literal acceptance of God's Word, this commentary is not merely a warmed over version of other men's views. Bullinger looks at every verse and devotes major discussions to key debated issues in the book of Revelation.
E. W. Bullinger (1837-1913) was a direct descendant of Johann H. Bullinger, the Swiss reformer. Bullinger was a lifelong scholar and writer studying at King's College, London. In 1862 he was ordained in the Church of England. He is also the author of the notes and appendixes of The Companion Bible and the author of numerous works including Commentary on Revelation, Great Cloud of Witnesses, How to Enjoy the Bible, and Number in Scripture.
Bullinger's two-fold approach to the subject of biblical numbers first examines the supernatural design of the Bible. He notes the patterns and numerical features of the Scriptures that are evidence of their Designer. The second section highlights the spiritual significance and symbolic connotations of numbers that are repeated in different contexts throughout the Bible. A balanced, biblically solid examination of the numbers throughout Scripture Widely referenced, monumental work