Three articles on the Book of Revelation by Gordon Campbell

Frontispiece, Book of Revelation, Bible of San Paolo fuori le Mura, 9th century
Frontispiece, Book of Revelation, Bible of San Paolo fuori le Mura, 9th century – source Wikipedia

Today I received permission from Dr Gordon Campbell to upload four of his articles from Irish Biblical Studies. Three of these are on the Book of Revelation. They are all now available below for free download in PDF.

“The Struggle for the Progress of the Gospel at the heart of the Pauline Mission,” Irish Biblical Studies 21.2 (May 1999): 59-78.

“How to say what. Story and Interpretation in the Book of Revelation,” Irish Biblical Studies 23.3 (July 2001): 111-134.

“True and False Proclamation in the Book of Revelation part I,” Irish Biblical Studies 25.2 (2003): 60-73.

“True and False Proclamation in the Book of Revelation part ii,” Irish Biblical Studies 25.3 (2003): 106-120.

The Servant of Yahweh by Arthur S. Peake

Arthur S. Peake

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Arthur S. Peake’s 1926 Collection of Lectures entitled “The Servant of Yahweh” is now available online in PDF. The short biography in the introduction by Henry Guppy is not yet in Public Domain, so that has been excluded. The portrait of A.S. Peake (above) which serves as the frontispiece looks very useful, so I have included images at various resolutions. You can visit the download page here.

Arthur S. Peake [1865-1929], The Servant of Yahweh Three Lectures Delivered at King’s College, London, During 1926. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1931. Hbk. pp.365. [This material is in the Public Domain]

Table of Contents

Portrait

Prefatory Note

In Memoriam: A. S. Peake by Henry Guppy [Not in Public Domain, so not included]

The Servant of Yahweh

The Roots of Hebrew Prophecy and Jewish Apocalyptic

Elijah and Jezebel: The Conflict with the Tyrian Baal

Recent Developments in Old Testament Criticism

The Messiah and the Son of Man

The Quintessence of Paulinism

Paul the Apostle: His Personality and Achievement

Paul and the Jewish Christians

 

William M Ramsay’s Pauline Studies online

The complete public domain text of William M Ramsay’s collection of essays – Pauline and Other Studies in Other Studies in Early Christian History – is now available on-line for free download in PDF.

William M Ramsay [1851-1939], Pauline and Other Studies in Early Christian History. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1906. Hbk. pp.415.
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There are helpful articles on various aspects of Paul and his personality, on the book of Acts, Ephesus, Early Christian Persecutions and even one on Basil of Caesarea. There us also an excellent map, which I am making available in both 300 dpi and 600 dpi resolutions.

William M Ramsay's Map of the Pauline World

Table of Contents

I. Shall We Hear Evidence or Not?

II. The Charm of Paul

Ill. The Statesmanship of Paul

IV. Pagan Revivalism and the Persecutions of the Early Churchrmat

V. The Worship of the Virgin Mary at Ephesus

VI. The Permanence of Religion at Holy Places in Western Asia

VII.The Acts of the Apostles

VIII. The Lawful Assembly

IX. The Olive-Tree and the Wild-Olive

X. Questions: With a Memory of Dr. Hort

XI. St. Paul’s Road From Cilicia to Iconium

XII. The Authorship of the Acts

XIII. A Study of St. Paul by Mr. Baring-Gould

XIV. The Pauline Chronology

XV. Life In The Days of St. Basil the Great