E W Bullinger
Ethelbert W. Bullinger D.D. (1837-1913) was a direct descendent of Heinrich Bullinger, the great Swiss reformer who carried on Zwingli’s work after the latter had been killed in war. E. W. Bullinger was brought up a Methodist but sang in the choir of Canterbury Cathedral in Kent. He trained for and became an Anglican minister before becoming Secretary of the Trinitarian Bible Society. He was a man of intense spirituality and made a number of outstanding contributions to biblical scholarship and broad-based evangelical Christianity.
Name (A - Z)
Name (Z - A)
Price (Low > High)
Price (High > Low)
Model (A - Z)
Model (Z - A)
There seems to be something innate in human beings wanting to know about the future, and C..
How important is this subject to Gentile Christians of the 21st Century? If the importan..
This is a small booklet emphasizing that the Christian’s greatest need is to obtain a tr..
This is Bullinger's last book and is his definitive work on the subject of dispensationalism. It cov..
Bullinger wrote two detailed studies on The Importance of Accuracy. The first, which for..
Bullinger starts this study by dealing with the 'apparent' discrepancies between Stephen's speech, r..
“It is quite one of the ‘signs of the times’ that the Godhead is becoming a subject of d..
The Book of Job, according to the author, contains “The Oldest Lesson in the world”: a lesson Job ha..
The Lord’s Day! Is it Saturday? Or Sunday? Or is it “The Great and Terrible Day of the L..
Many have noticed that ‘God’ is not once mentioned in the Book of Esther. None-the-less,..
“The Names and Order of the Books of the Old Testament” are the words found at the begin..
There are two longer prayers recorded in the Epistle to the Ephesians, plus a short conc..
Each Easter time Christians celebrate the resurrection from the dead of our Lord Jesus C..
It is the author’s contention that when dealing with the subject of what happens at deat..
This short work looks at covenants (conditional and unconditional), the promise and the ..