Announcing a new edition of The Approaching End of the Age

In 1878, H. Grattan Guinness published his first major work on Bible prophecy, The Approaching End of the Age. In it he defended a premillennial historicist interpretation of Daniel and Revelation, correlating prophetic chronology with discoveries from astronomy, especially regarding harmonizations in the soli-lunar cycles. A digital version of his book has been available for Read more about Announcing a new edition of The Approaching End of the Age[…]

What is Historicism?

On our little Historicists FaceBook group, people occasionally post things that aren’t really in line with traditional Historicist teaching. So I wrote this little article (mostly just by copying and pasting) in order to protect the focus and purpose of the group. In case you’re interested in joining the group, you can find it here: Read more about What is Historicism?[…]

What is “the year-day system” of interpreting Bible prophecy?

One question visitors to Historicism.com (the parent site of ProphecyBlog.net) have asked me over and over again throughout the years is something like, “Why do you say all time periods in Bible prophecy should be interpreted taking a year of history for every day in the prophecy?” In other words, why should all Bible prophecy Read more about What is “the year-day system” of interpreting Bible prophecy?[…]