Seiss, The Apocalypse Joseph A. Seiss, The Apocalypse Published by dr. Georg Adamsen. Cook, The Apocalypse was reprinted many times and at various locations for decades. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Kregel Publications,
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Seiss, The Apocalypse Joseph A. Seiss, The Apocalypse Published by dr. Georg Adamsen. Cook, The Apocalypse was reprinted many times and at various locations for decades. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Kregel Publications, New York, Cosimo , The commentary Apart from being premillenial and a so-called partial pre-tribulationist i. This is, according to Seiss, what the actual contents of the book are all about.
In this respect, I agree with Seiss, but we do not agree as to what it means, as I reject the premillennial interpretation myself cf. Seiss argues that the author is the apostle John on Rev , but does apparently not date Revelation. His view on the book makes it unnecessary. Scofield claimed that it was the best of more than fifty books that he has read about Revelation see here.
In Denmark a lay interpreter, K. Schmidt [link follows], found it the best interpretation know to him. The author According to FamousAmericans. Having studied theology in private, he was ordained as a Lutheran pastor. He published more than writings, including this commentary. According to FamousAmericans. Seiss was Doctor of Divinity, but so far I have not been able to determine where and for what. However, his premillennial view gave rise to controversy Dictionary of Christianity in America, s.
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Life[ edit ] Seiss was born in Graceham , Frederick County , Maryland , to an agricultural family; his interest in religious studies reportedly began in childhood. Seiss was confirmed at age 15 as a member of the Moravian Church , and determined to pursue the ministry. Beginning in , Seiss enrolled at Gettysburg College in Pennsylvania for a year or two of studies, but completed his theological courses by private study. He was licensed to preach in by the synod of Virginia , and ordained to a Lutheran ministry in Seiss held pastorates in Virginia and Maryland until , when he accepted a position at St.
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