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APOCRYPHA

Apocalypse of Paul
Deuterocanonical Books of the Bible
Pseudo-Dionysius Areopagita The Mystical Theology
The Acts of Andrew
The Acts of John
The Acts of Paul
The Acts of Peter
The Apocalypse of Peter
The Apocalypse of Thomas
The Arabic Infancy Gospel of the Savior
The First Book of Adam and Eve (1)
The Gospel of Bartholomew
THE GOSPEL OF NICODEMUS, FORMERLY CALLED THE ACTS OF PONTIUS PILATE
The Gospel of Pseudo-Matthew
The Infancy Gospel of James (Birth of Mary)
The infancy gospel of thomas
The Martyrdom of Saints Perpetua and Felicitas
The Secret Gospel of Mark

BAPTIST MAGAZINES

The Baptist Magazine, Vol. 27, January 1835
The Baptist Magazine, Vol. 27, March 1835
The Baptist Magazine, Vol. 27, May 1835
The Baptist Magazine, Vol. 27, June 1835

NEWLY ADDED BOOKS

The Relevance of the Apocalyptic

Professor Rowley from the University of Manchester has unquestionably shared a study to a neglected field. His approval of the higher critical view that Daniel was written in the second century B.C. leads to conclusions regarding the contribution of the book which are mostly valueless from the conservative standpoint. His analysis of apocalyptic literature in the last two centuries B.C. as well as during the first century A.D., however, presents much scholarly data which readers will find valuable.

In contradiction to his treatment of Daniel, his analysis of the Book of Revelation follows an almost literal interpretation, not too far removed from the futuristic interpretation of conservative scholars. He finds the Book of Revelation far superior to any apocalyptic literature since Daniel.

The Relevance of the Apocalyptic