Fallacies of Futurism by Henry Grattan Guinness

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“The prophecies of the great apostasy… cannot be expounded and applied without giving offense and raising opposition. The word of God is a sword — the sword of the Spirit, — and swords are designed for conflict. Prophetic truth is an important part of the aggressive armor of the Christian.

“Any interpretation of the prophecies of the Antichrist which did not excite controversy, would be proved to be a false one by this very fact. We must expect to find not only the enemies indicated, and all who sympathize with them, arrayed against the true interpretation, but also a variety of false interpretations springing up to distract attention from the true.” — Henry Grattan Guinness

Level of Difficulty: Intermediate: Some subject matter knowledge helpful.

Henry Grattan Guinness (1835-1910) was an Irish Protestant Christian preacher, evangelist and author. He started Harley College, also known as the East London Missionary Training School. A traveling preacher, he drew thousands to hear him during the Ulster Revival of 1859. Rev. Guinness trained and sent hundreds of “faith missionaries” all over the world. [Wikipedia]

Book Contents

  • Introduction
  • 1 “The Woman” and “The Beast” of Revelation 17.
  • 2 The Roman Empire “Removed”
  • 3 The Ten Kings
  • 4 Antichrist Power “A King”
  • 5 Antichrist’s “Covenant with the Jews”
  • 6 Amended Reading of Rev. 17:16
  • The Dynastic Character of the Antichrist
  • Professor Birks
  • Robert Anderson’s Futurism
  • Copyright Notice

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  • Lutheran Library edition first published: 2021
  • Copyright: CC BY 4.0
Henry Grattan Guinness
Henry Grattan Guinness
(1835-1910)

Irish Protestant Christian preacher, evangelist and author. He started Harley College, also known as the East London Missionary Training School. A traveling preacher, he drew thousands to hear him during the Ulster Revival of 1859. Rev. Guinness trained and sent hundreds of “faith missionaries” all over the world.

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