Maimonides

Moses Ben Maimon originally named Rabbi Moshe ben Maimon (Rambam) usually known as Maimonides was born on March 28, 1138, in Córdoba, Almoravid Empire, and died on December 12, 1204, in Fostat, Ayyubid Sultanate. He was a primitive, Sephardic Hebrew philosopher who became one of the most prolific and influential Torah scholars of the MiddleContinue reading “Maimonides”

Eusebius of Caesarea

Eusebius of Caesarea, also known as Yusebius Pamphili or Eusebius Pamphili, was born between 260/265 AD and died in 339/340 AD. He was an academic of the biblical canon, a historian and a lecturer regarded as one of the most learned individuals of his time. Eusebius became the pontiff of Caesarea Maritima about AD 314.Continue reading “Eusebius of Caesarea”

Ethelbert William Bullinger

Ethelbert William Bullinger was born on December 15, 1837 in Canterbury, Kent, England and died on June 6, 1913 in London, England. He was a biblical scholar, Anglican priest and ultra-dispensationalist theologian. Bullinger was the youngest of the 5 children of William and Mary Bullinger. His family traced their lineage back to Heinrich Bullinger, theContinue reading “Ethelbert William Bullinger”

The Sibylline Oracles

Translated from the Greek into English Blank Verse By Milton S. Terry Preface The Sibyls occupy a conspicuous place in the traditions and history of ancient Greece and Rome. Their fame was spread abroad long before the beginning of the Christian era. Heraclitus of Ephesus, five centuries before Christ, compared himself to the Sibyl “who,Continue reading “The Sibylline Oracles”

The Story of Ahikar

  Short Description We have in The Story of Ahikar (Haiqar) one of the most ancient sources of human thought and wisdom. We can trace its influence through the legends of many people, including the Koran, and the Old and New Testaments. A mosaic found in Treves, Germany, pictured among the wise men of theContinue reading “The Story of Ahikar”