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The Book of Revelation: An Exposition of the First Eleven Chapters Originally Published Under the Title "the Spiritual Kingdom"

Ramsey, James B.

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ISBN 10: 0851512569 / ISBN 13: 9780851512563
Published by Banner of Truth Trust, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., 1977
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Title: The Book of Revelation: An Exposition of the...

Publisher: Banner of Truth Trust, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Publication Date: 1977

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Fine

Edition: First Thus

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(An Exposition of the First Eleven Chapters)
An incomplete commentary by an unknown author on a book which has already had so many expositors may seem a surprising addition to the Geneva Series. As publishers our prejudice against an incomplete commentary was overcome by the sheer worth of these pages.

Hodge writes To a greater degree than any commentary within the writer s knowledge, this volume is adapted to spiritual edification. The leading characteristic of these lectures is their spirituality...No believer can read it without finding himself a better Christian, nor can he fail to be made wiser.

About the Author:

James Beverlin Ramsey (1814-71)was born in Cecil County, Maryland. After the death of his father when he was six years old, his upbringing and education were committed to his mother, a woman of unusual wisdom and grace, for whom he demonstrated the greatest affection during the rest of her life. From those early days were dated the beginnings of his Christian experience.

He graduated from Lafayette College, Pennsylvania, and from Princeton Seminary, which he entered in 1836. Joseph Addison Alexander, one of his teachers, said that when Ramsey left the Seminary he was already equipped to teach any of its classes. But he had chosen to engage in the work of pastoral ministry, and was inducted to the charge of a congregation at West Farms, New York in 1841. After a period of five years, he became a missionary to the Choctow Indians, and served as the Principal of Spencer Academy.

But his life was dogged by ill-health, and he was compelled to leave this work in 1849. Some five years later an improvement in his condition allowed him to serve two other congregations, at New Monmouth (1854-58), and Lynchburg (1858-70), Virginia, before his health finally broke down in 1870. He died on 23 July 1871.

James Ramsey was a man of great spiritual stature. 'There was about him', wrote Charles Hodge, 'such an elevation above the world, such constant evidence that he was a temple of the Holy Spirit, that he was sacred in the eyes of all who knew him.' (For more information, visit

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