Thoughts on Parts of Leviticus by Benjamin Wills Newton
Published jointly with Sovereign Grace Advent Testimony.
“This touches only the first six chapters; but it treats of the offerings in a manner deeply spiritual and helpful. This writer has some peculiarities of style and thought; but in matter and spirit he is far removed from the Darby school.” (C.H.Spurgeon)
Benjamin Wills Newton, (12 December 1807–26 June 1899) was an evangelist and author of Christian books. He was influential in the Plymouth Brethren.
Newton interpreted 1 Thessalonians 4:16 and 2 Thessalonians 2 v1-4 as proof of a post tribulation, non-secret rapture. He viewed Darby's dispensational and pre-tribulation rapture teaching as "the height of speculative nonsense". Unlike Darby, he also believed that the church is made up of both Jews, including Old Testament saints, and Gentiles who have been made one in Christ and that Darby's scheme, followed logically, implied two distinct and separate ways to salvation.
|Author||Benjamin Wills Newton|
|Binding||cloth bound with sewn sections|