Millennialist Bibliography

Addis, Alfred. The Theory of Prophecy. 1830.
Anderson, William. An Apology for Millennial Doctrine; in the Form in Which It Was Entertained by the Primitive Church. 1830.
Bernard, David. Letter on the Second Coming of Christ. 1843.
Biederwolf, William E. Bible Commentary: The Second Coming. Grand Rapids: Baker Book House. 1985.
Birks, Thomas. First Elements of Sacred Prophecy. 1843.
Brooks, Joshua W. A Dictionary of Writers on Prophecies. 1835.
———. Essays on the Advent and Kingdom of Christ. 1840.
Brown, Freeman. Views and Experiences in Relation to Entire Consecration and the Second Advent. 1843.
Brown, John Aquila. The Eventide. 1823.
Buck, Charles. Theological Dictionary. 1802.
Bush, George. The Dry Bones of Israel Revived. 1844.
Clarke, Jerome. 1844. Tennessee: Southern Publishing Association, 1968.
Cook, John. A Solemn Appeal to Ministers, And Churches, Especially to Those of the Baptist Denomination, Relative to the Speedy Coming of Christ. 1843.
Cuninghame, William. The Pre-Millennial Advent of Messiah, Demonstrated from the Scriptures. 1836.
Davis, William C. The Millennium. 1811.
———. A Treatise on the Millennium. 1827
Digby, William. A Treatise on the 1,260 Days of Daniel and St. John. 1831
Drummond, Henry. Introduction to the Study of the Apocalypse. 1830.
Duffield, George. Dissertation on the Prophecies Relative to the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. 1842.
———. Millenarianism Defended. 1843.
Elliot Edward. A Commentary on the Apocalypse. 1837.
Frere, James H. A Combined View of the Prophecies of Daniel, Esdras and St. John. 1815.
———. Eight Letters on the Prophecies Relating to the Last Times. 1831.
Froom, Leroy. The Prophetic Faith of Our Fathers 3.2, 4.119495. Washington DC: Review & Herald. 1950.
Fry, John. The Second Advent. 1822.
Galusha, Elon. Address of Elder Elon Galusha, With Reasons for Believing Christ’s Second Coming. 1844.
Habershon, Matthew. A Dissertation on the Prophetic Scriptures, Chiefly Those of a Chronological Character. 1834.
Hawley, Silas. The Second Advent Doctrine Vindicated. 1843.
Hervey, N. Prophecies of Christ’s First and Second Advent. 1843.
Himes, Joshua. Views of the Prophecies and Prophetic Chronology Selected from Manuscripts of William Miller. 1842.
Hooper, John. The Doctrine of the Second Advent. 1829.
Hutchinson, Richard. The Abrahamic Covenant. 1843.
Irving, Edward. The Coming of Messiah in Glory and Majesty. 1827.
———. Exposition of The Book of Revelation, in a Series of Lectures. 1831.
Jones, Henry. Principles of Interpreting Prophecies. 1837.
———. A Scriptural Synopsis of the Doctrine in General, of Christ’s Second Advent. 1842.
Kelber, L.H. Das Ende Kommt. 1842.
Keyworth, Thomas. A Practical Exposition of the Revelation of St. John. 1842.
Litch, Josiah. Prophetic Exposition. 1842.
Mason, Archibald. Appendix to an Enquiry Into the Prophetic Numbers Contained in the 1335 Days. 1818.
———. Two Essays on Daniel’s Prophetic Number of Two Thousand Three Hundred Days; and on the Christian’s Duty to Inquire Into the Church’s Deliverance. 1820.
Meister, Charles W.. Year of the Lord, AD 1844. North Carolina: McFarland & Company, 1983.
Miller, William. Evidence From Scripture and History of the Second Coming of Christ, About the Year 1843. 1836.
Noah, M. M. Discourse on the Restoration of the Jews 33.5152. New York: Harper & Brothers. 1845.
Pym, William. Thoughts on Millenarianism. 1829.
Richter, Johann. Erklarte Haus-Bibel (6 vol.). 1834–40
Sabine James. The Relation of the Present State of Religion to the Expected Millennium. 1823.
¾¾¾ The Appearing and Kingdom of Our Lord Jesus Christ. 1842.
Sander, J.F. Versuch einer Erklarung der Offenbarung Johannis. 1829.
Scott, Robert. Free Thoughts on the Millennium. 1834.
Smith, Uriah. Thoughts, Critical and Practical on the Book of Daniel. Battle Creek: Seventh Day Adventist Publishing, 1881
Vaughan, Edward. The Church’s Expectation: A Sermon on the Second Advent of the Lord Jesus Christ. 1828.
Ward, Henry Dana. Glad Tidings ‘For the Kingdom of Heaven is at Hand’. 1838.
Watts, Richard. Kitab al-Muqaddas (Arabic Holy Bible). London: Richard Watts. 1831.