In our series on the ecclesia and its working, we continue to look at some of the writings of the beginning of the 20th century.
Where “Eureka”, that grand legacy of Dr. Thomas, is studied, there the Bible is best revered, known, and understood. On the other hand, it is our experience that those Ecclesias presided over by brethren who have not made a special study of the writings of Dr.Thomas are of a Laodicean type, and have very poorly attended audiences at all their meetings.
No Bible lover who has thoroughly read “Eureka” could speak lightly of that work. Throughout, with the Author, it has been God first — the Bible, the whole Bible, and nothing but the Bible. There is no human production to come anywhere near it, in the exposition of the Apocalypse, and matter allied thereto, and that covers everything connected with God’s purpose with the earth and man.
F. G. J.
Read “Eureka”, by Dr. John Thomas; “Thirteen Lectures on the Apocalypse”, by Robert Roberts; and “Notes on the Apocalypse”, by C. C. Walker