Encyclopedia of Biblical Prophecy: The Complete Guide to Scriptural Predictions and Their Fulfillment

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Baker Book House, 1980 - Religion - 754 pages
"An indispensable tool for students of the Bible, for students in theological seminaries and Bible colleges, for pastors as a reference guide, and for concerned lay people, The Encyclopedia of Biblical Prophecy features: * 1,817 entries covering all predictions in the Bible, * A complete discussion of all 8,352 predictive verses in the Bible, * 14 tables, including three on the Book of Revelation, * A complete bibliography, * 4 statistical appendixes, * 5 complete indexes. One of the Encyclopedia's concluding summaries lists all the 737 major subjects that appear in Biblical prediction, with the books and paragraphs in which each is found. Using this summary the reader can trace each prophecy from its first appearance in the Bible to its last. A complete list of Scriptural prophecies pertaining to Christ is also included."--Back cover.

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This is a major resource for studying Biblical prophecy. The Late Dr. Payne does not advocate any particular interpretation of prophecy; he just sets up criteria for deciding what elements of the Scriptures are prophetic, what sort of prophetic material it is, and how to recognize its fulfillment, then lists the prophecies book by book.
He was a brilliant scholar, and the work is one that is well worthy of a place on a reference shelf in your Biblical library
 

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User Review  - John Biglin - Goodreads

If you want an in depth view of Bible Prophecy than there isn't any book to read besides this one. Payne is an Historic Premillennialist but anyone who reads the Bible can benefit from this book!!!! Read full review

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