Ethelbert W. Bullinger
Ethelbert W. Bullinger was born on December 15, 1837 in Canterbury, England.
He was a recognized expert in the field of Biblical languages, and was given an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree in 1881. His works remain unsurpassed to this day in scope and interest.
Dr. Bullinger took the Bible literally and as a technical book, which has exhaustless avenues whereby a person can learn more about God and the Christian life. As such, he reached beyond the normal superficial academic treatments and uncovered incredible gems. He was also free to examine the Scriptural treatment of sciences that were condemned by the ignorance and fear of the unknown among academia.
He died on June 6, 1913, in London.
From 1905 edition; 296 pages
|Dr. Bullinger presents an outstanding and scholarly work on Romans to Hebrews, outlining them in their entirety, and commenting on them as well. The outlines are done in his style, and start in outlining each Epistle in relation to the other Epistles, then move to a general outline of the Epistle, and then into detail outlines of passages. He points out parallelisms in each outline, which enables the user to understand the development of each thought and principle.|
|Great Cloud of Witnesses
From 1911 edition; 469 pages
|An excellent analytical and exegetical commentary on Hebrews 11, the great Faith chapter.|
|How to Study the Bible
From 1916 edition; 465 pages
|Number in Scripture
From 1894 edition, 6 diagrams; 303 pages
|Dr. Bullinger is noted for his careful consideration of the various aspects of Scripture that are often overlooked by devotional study. This book offers an understanding of the significance of each number used in Scripture.|
|The Resurrection of the Body
From 1905 edition; 16 pages
|Since very little has been said about the body in the resurrection, this booklet was written to fill the void in explaining this most crucial and important hope to the Christian.|
|Ten Sermons on the Second Advent
From 1895 edition; 195 pages
|A complete study of the Second Coming of Christ examining both the Old and New Testaments.|
|The Vail of the Tabernacle or Temple
From 1922 edition; 8 pages
|The Vail is a type of the humanity of Christ. Higher Criticism and the humanistic or social gospel are based on a misunderstanding of Christ and the types of Christ. This booklet challenges those views and explains the vail of the tabernacle or temple.|
|The Witness of the Stars
From 1921 edition, 52 illustrations; 204 pages
|There are several constellations mentioned in the Bible. A closer look reveals that the constellations have ancient names and the names of the stars have a powerful testimony of the message of Scripture. The Heavens truly declare the glory of God, in more ways than one.|