The Lord s Day! Is it Saturday? Or Sunday? Or is it The Great and Terrible Day of the Lord spoken of by the Prophets? These are important questions, for how we understand this expression which opens Revelation will determine where, in time, we place the action in the rest of Revelation and will, in some ways, affect our interpretation of the whole book. This booklet contains all that Bullinger has written on The Lord s Day and Revelation 1:10. It has combined his writings on the subject from his magazine 'Things to Come' and from his books 'How to Enjoy the Bible' and 'The Apocalypse' (later editions entitled Commentary on Revelation). We hope the reader will study this book and appreciate why Bullinger s scholarship and attention to detail is still valued by many today. --Search magazine
About the Author
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 (Episcopalian) 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. His very last book 'The Foundations of Dispensational Truth is available from the Open Bible Trust.